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Sabuk Lodge


Sabuk Lodge is a remote luxury lodge in the Laikipia National Reserve overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River at a picturesque gorge. Sabuk Lodge is set in 1500 acres which is home to a variety of wildlife including dik-dik, giraffe, zebra, leopard, elephants, antelope and wild dog.

Guests can go for game drives (day or night), however the main reason for coming to Sabuk is to enjoy the wilderness either on foot or with horses or camels. Guests can also go fishing, swim in the river and visit a Laikipiak Maasai village in the nearby community group ranch. If you are here for a few days, you may want to stay out fly-camping for a night or two. One of the excellent Samburu guides will ensure that you see the best of what this region has to offer.

There are currently six large en-suite, open-sided rooms (doubles or twins) plus 'Eagle Cottage' which consists of 2 bedrooms with a sitting room and pool. All the rooms are built of stone, wood and thatch - very much in keeping with the landscape, but also very comfortable, and with fabulous views even from the baths of most rooms.

There is a cosy main living area with lounge and dining room looking out on to the same awe-inspiring landscape. There is a swimming pool and guests can also swim in the river.

Fly camping is available where guests can go out on camel led walking safaris overnight (or for several nights) camping along the way in the wilderness.

Sabuk Lodge gives a per person per night fee to the community adjoining Sabuk land. The small shop sells crafts bought from local women.

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