Accommodation in Samburu National Reserve

Rugged and a semi-desert, the Samburu reserve lies on the edge of northern Kenya’s savannah. It’s one of three game reserves that are clustered around the Ewaso Ngiro River. Due to its mix of savannahs and forests, Samburu has first-class game viewing. While it’s not Kenya’s most well-known reserve, it’s home to all the big cats. And there’s even a ‘Samburu Big 5’ that include the: Grevy’s zebra; the long-necked gerenuk; besia oryx; reticulated giraffe; and Somali ostrich.

Sasaab Lodge

Sasaab Lodge lies near the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya’s Northern Frontier District. Stay in one of nine truly spacious tents, designed in a blend of Moroccan and Swahili style. The airy rooms have four-poster beds, huge open-plan bathrooms and cooling plunge pools overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River. Along with game…

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