Set in a private nature reserve spread over 500 square miles of Kenya’s last remaining wilderness frontier, this is more than just a beautiful tented safari camp. It is a model ecotourism project that strives to show “an intact habitat is worth more than one developed”. Because this camp is 100% owned, operated by, and benefits the local indigenous Samburu community, it is a pioneer in sustainable community-based ecotourism and is committed to environmentally sound practices. By staying here , g...
Set right at the foot of mount Ololokwe - a sacred site for the Samburu tribe. The camp is surrounded by mountains.
Hiking trails around camp
Wildlife viewing at camp (resident leopard, elephant corridor, wild dog pack, and more)
Cultural activities at camp such as traditional songs and dance if requested
Warrior traditions such as fire-starting, bow and arrow making and archery contests
Traditional Samburu rock games, Maa language lessons
Evening campfire programs such as traditional stories.
Hike spectacular Mt Sabache with Warriors
Visit ancient cycad forests, rock art, and traditional ceremonial cave sites
Rock climbing course
Tracking lions with warriors for research and conservation monitoring
Exceptional birding, a registered IBA (Important Bird Area)
8 classic safari tents with tree-shaded decks
Breathtaking views from guest room verandas
A natural rock pool overlooking a wildlife watering hole
Guided game-drives and bush walks
European and African cuisine
A private Campsite and outfitter’s shop to equip hikers
Visit nearby "Singing Wells" & authentic cultural village
Full kitchen with chef and bar
An outfitter’s shop to equip hikers
Essentials: towels, bed sheets, toiletries
Full Board mean plan available at an extra $23 pp/day
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The guest is liable for any damages caused by them during their stay.