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Kenya

Saruni Samburu

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Situated in the heart of Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy, eco-chic Saruni Samburu offers stunning views of Mt. Kenya as well as luxury accommodations.

Surveying the 360-degree views below from the Kalama Mountains, guests of Saruni Samburu are introduced to a truly magical experience. The lodge has six spacious and airy villas available to choose from. Perfect for families or groups, four of the villas come with two bedrooms and two bathrooms featuring either an indoor and outdoor shower or shower and tub. The other two villas have one large bedroom and an en suite bathroom with tub and shower. In fact, Villa Five is perfect for honeymooners with its spacious rooms and private veranda overlooking lovely Samburuland, the ideal spot for a private candlelit dinner. All of the villas include beautifully furnished and spacious sitting and dining rooms, a fridge stocked with cold drinks, and private verandas boasting spectacular views.

Samburu is the only lodge within the Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy and borders the 200,000-acre Samburu National Reserve. The Reserve is located in the Rift Valley province and bordered to the south by Ewaso Nyiro River whose lush riverbanks are the main draw for the abundant wildlife. In addition to its famous elephant population, Samburu offers prime viewing opportunities of waterbuck, lesser kudu, lion, impala, leopard, striped hyena, civet, and a variety of bird species. It’s also home to the Samburu Special, five rarer seen northern animals: the grevy zebra, Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk, and the Beisa oryx.

Land Rovers carry guests to explore the wonders of nature during early morning and late evening game drives. With the help of experienced guides and trackers, guests observe animal interactions and study their habits. Other outdoor excursions include intimate game walks, bush dinners at secret hideaways, picnic lunches at the river, visits to a local Samburu village, and expeditions to nearby rock caves featuring early Samburu rock art. “Warriors for a Week” is a specialized educational experience, ideal for families or small groups. Participants learn bush skills, folklore, wildlife tracking, and the Maasai survival skills that have served generations.

Lodge amenities include a large swimming pool, magnificent views over Samburuland, a waterhole that attracts diverse wildlife, and private airstrip. In collaboration with the Grand Hotel des Iles Borromess in Stressa, Italy, Saruni Samburu is proud to offer the Samburu Wellbeing Space. With a combination of sophisticated techniques developed at Centro Benessere Stressa and ancient Samburu healing skills, treatments at the Samburu Wellbeing Space ensure the latest in relaxing, nourishing, and purifying therapies.

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Kenya

Saruni Samburu

PLAN MY TRIP

Situated in the heart of Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy, eco-chic Saruni Samburu offers stunning views of Mt. Kenya as well as luxury accommodations.

Surveying the 360-degree views below from the Kalama Mountains, guests of Saruni Samburu are introduced to a truly magical experience. The lodge has six spacious and airy villas available to choose from. Perfect for families or groups, four of the villas come with two bedrooms and two bathrooms featuring either an indoor and outdoor shower or shower and tub. The other two villas have one large bedroom and an en suite bathroom with tub and shower. In fact, Villa Five is perfect for honeymooners with its spacious rooms and private veranda overlooking lovely Samburuland, the ideal spot for a private candlelit dinner. All of the villas include beautifully furnished and spacious sitting and dining rooms, a fridge stocked with cold drinks, and private verandas boasting spectacular views.

Samburu is the only lodge within the Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy and borders the 200,000-acre Samburu National Reserve. The Reserve is located in the Rift Valley province and bordered to the south by Ewaso Nyiro River whose lush riverbanks are the main draw for the abundant wildlife. In addition to its famous elephant population, Samburu offers prime viewing opportunities of waterbuck, lesser kudu, lion, impala, leopard, striped hyena, civet, and a variety of bird species. It’s also home to the Samburu Special, five rarer seen northern animals: the grevy zebra, Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk, and the Beisa oryx.

Land Rovers carry guests to explore the wonders of nature during early morning and late evening game drives. With the help of experienced guides and trackers, guests observe animal interactions and study their habits. Other outdoor excursions include intimate game walks, bush dinners at secret hideaways, picnic lunches at the river, visits to a local Samburu village, and expeditions to nearby rock caves featuring early Samburu rock art. “Warriors for a Week” is a specialized educational experience, ideal for families or small groups. Participants learn bush skills, folklore, wildlife tracking, and the Maasai survival skills that have served generations.

Lodge amenities include a large swimming pool, magnificent views over Samburuland, a waterhole that attracts diverse wildlife, and private airstrip. In collaboration with the Grand Hotel des Iles Borromess in Stressa, Italy, Saruni Samburu is proud to offer the Samburu Wellbeing Space. With a combination of sophisticated techniques developed at Centro Benessere Stressa and ancient Samburu healing skills, treatments at the Samburu Wellbeing Space ensure the latest in relaxing, nourishing, and purifying therapies.