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Saruni Samburu

Northern Samburu

Perched on the top of a hill with an all-round view of Northen Kenya, Saruni Samburu is a new lodge that is introducing a fresh concept to an already well-known safari destination in Kenya. Built on the pristine land owned by the Kalama Wildlife Conservancy (240,000 acres of wild Africa in the GirGir Group Ranch, an ara as big as Malta and the Seychelles put togther), it is only seven kilometers away from the Northern border of Samburu National Reserve, a celebrated elephant sanctuary. The lodge will offer first-class safari experience in a totally un-spoilt environment, far from the beaten tracks but very close to the wildlife.

Designed and built by Kenyan architect Mark Glen, Saruni has six large cottages, where o­ne can experience both the elegance and safety of a permanent accommodation with the thrill of sleeping in close contact with nature. The rooms are furnished with colonial antiques, Persian carpets and African art. The atmosphere at the camp is informal but elegant. Each cottage has hot and cold running water, 220 volt electricity, elegant Italian bathroom fittings, polished wooden floors, and large bathrooms where the canvas front can be totally open to offer you an amazing "shower with a view".

In addition to game drives to Samburu National reserve, Buffalo Springs National Reserve and West Gate Conservancy, our activities will include night and morning game drive in Kalama Conservancy, rock climbing, professionally-led game walks, bush dinners and star gazing. The traditions and semi-nomadic heritage of the local Samburu people are an important part of the experience. Led by professional Samburu guides, our guests enjoy a new dimension of this rightfully popular region: the feeling of exclusivity, of having an incredibly large area totally to their own, and a high level of comfort and tailor-made service.

Your safari actually starts on the massive cedar beds, from where you can see in total privacy elephant, leopard, waterbuck, bushbuck and impala traversing freely and peacefully in the grounds of the camp.

Saruni has a low impact on the environment thanks to the use of solar power and the recycling of waste.

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