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Samburu National Reserve
Adventure Africa Holidays is a specialist tour operator with
its office headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya but operating
throughout East Africa.
We offer Safaris to Samburu Lodge, Samburu Game Lodge, Samburu National Reserve, Samburu Lodge Safari Tour Operator Kenya Safari Operator Kenya.
SAMBURU GAME LODGE:
Samburu Lodge, Samburu Game
Reserve & Samburu National Park
- Beautifully situated
on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in the arid heart
of Samburu National Reserve, Kenya, Samburu Lodge
looks out over riverbanks where herds of elephant,
buffalo and zebra come daily to drink. Samburu Lodge
is set in a rugged landscape with a stunning backdrop
of jagged mountains and its own indigenous wildlife
unique to the region. It is the place of the
semi-nomadic Samburu people and a place of open plains
and vast horizons of the African desert.
- The hotel’s unique
guest rooms are spread up and down the river in
various sizes of cottages and bandas, with a mixture
of decor styles. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms, and
some have verandas overlooking the river.
Guests can enjoy time-honored hospitality and the
mouth watering cuisine prepared by the team of chefs.
Facing the river, the open-sided Dining Room allows
guest to enjoy the sights and sounds of the river as
they dine. The famous Crocodile Bar lets you look
crocodiles in the eye as you sip your sundowner. Sip
early morning or afternoon tea from the Lounge as you
watch the animals and the Uaso Nyiro River.
Samburu Lodge will show you the dramatic wilderness
from a world of fascinating perspectives: through
early morning game drives, walking safaris with
skilled Samburu guides, camel rides, and raft trips
when the river is high. And there is plenty of fill
the hours between those adventurous game drives -
traditional Samburu dances, guided bird watches and a
sparkling swimming pool.
Night Wildlife Viewing - Every night, a number of
crocodiles climb up the river bank to the edge of the
crocodile bar and feast on food left out for them. On
a good night, guests may also see the secretive,
solitary and nocturnal leopard silently arrive to the
fresh meat bait put out on a tree across the river.