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2021 Rates

What are the 2021 Prices for Saruni Samburu?

Here are Saruni Samburu Resident Rates:

What Does PPS Mean? PPS (Per Person Sharing) means cost Per Adult when sharing the Room with another. Example KES 10,000/- PPS means, 2 Adults in 1 Room pay KES 20,000/-

Saruni Samburu Rates

Standard Villa
Family Villa
(up to 4 Pax)
FB with Drinks, PackageSharingSingle
Per Unit
Per Night
3rd Jan 2021 – 28th Feb 2021KES 26,620/- PPSKES 30,880/- PPKES 106,500/-
1st Mar 2021 – 31st May 2021KES 25,300/- PPSKES 26,840/- PPKES 101,200/-
1st Jun 2021 – 30th Jun 2021KES 26,620/- PPSKES 30,880/- PPKES 106,500/-
1st Jul 2021 – 30th Sep 2021KES 35,140/- PPSKES 39,400/- PPKES 140,580/-
1st Oct 2021 – 31st Oct 2021KES 26,620/- PPSKES 30,880/- PPKES 106,500/-
1st Nov 2021 – 30th Nov 2021KES 25,300/- PPSKES 26,840/- PPKES 101,200/-
1st Dec 2021 – 19th Dec 2021KES 26,620/- PPSKES 30,880/- PPKES 106,500/-
20th Dec 2021 – 2nd Jan 2022KES 35,140/- PPSKES 39,400/- PPKES 140,580/-

All the Rates are in KES, Per Person (Full Board with Drinks), Per Night

Mandatory Conservancy Fees (Per Day):
Adults: KES 2,320/-  PP | Children (5 – 16 years): KES 1,160/-  PP

Child Policy:
Up to 4 years, Sharing with Adults: FREE
5 – 16 years, Sharing with Adults: 50% of PPS

Rates include:
Full Board Accommodation
Soft Drinks, House Wines, Beers & select Non-luxury spirits
Shared day & night game drives in 4×4 Vehicles and Guided Bush Walks
Bush Meals, Sundowner & Picnic Excursions
1 Complimentary Back & Neck massage (30 min.) per room per stay
Warriors Academy (upon request in advance)
Return airstrip transfers
Limited Laundry Service

Rates Exclude:
Conservation Fees
Exclusive use of vehicle (US$350 per day)
Premium drinks (champagne, luxury spirits and special wines)
Additional Wellbeing Space treatments
Gratuities to staff & guides and anything of a personal nature
Temporary Flying Doctors cover
Transport & Entry fees to Reteti Elephant Sanctuary (bookable in advance)
Cultural village visits
Own private guides (contact us for rates)
Late departure fees (US$150 per adult / US$75 per child)
All statutory increases beyond our control
Any payable extra services

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Price above are only indicative rate and are based on two people sharing a double room. The price may vary depending on the season of travel and the number of people you will be traveling with. Contact us with your travel dates and we will extend to you our discounted rates above for your booking at Saruni Samburu.

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What's good about Saruni Samburu?

Saruni Samburu

Saruni Samburu’s six luxury, eco-chic villas are open and spacious, heralding spectacular views over Kalama Conservancy and Mount Kenya. As the only lodge in over 200,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness teeming with wildlife to explore exclusively, and guided by Samburu warriors passionate about their land and culture, the safari experience at Saruni Samburu is intimate and truly exceptional.

Guests can enjoy the vast panoramas from the dining and lounge area, the two swimming pools and the Samburu Wellbeing Space. Nearby there is a ground-level photographic hide next to a waterhole where the famous Samburu elephant, leopard, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx and Grevy’s zebra gather to drink.

The lodge is admired for its innovative, eco-chic architecture and interesting design and décor, as well as its Italian-inspired cuisine.You are guided from start to finish by Samburu warriors who are passionate about their land and their culture, learning first-hand about their fascinating customs and traditions and their ancient, local knowledge – a truly authentic experience.The vastness and purity of this landscape, combined with the untouched local culture, elegant comfort and welcoming hospitality makes for an intimate, exceptional and life-changing experience.

It is about 7 km from the Northern border of the Samburu National Reserve (accessed through the Kalama Gate). It also borders Ngutuk Ongiron to the west, Namunyak Community Conservation Trust to the north and Sera Community Wildlife Conservation to the northeast.

How to Get to Saruni Samburu

You can drive or fly to and from Saruni Samburu. Driving from Nairobi takes approximately 5-6 hours. There are numerous flights landing at the two nearest airstrips daily on Safarilink, Air Kenya and private charters. Kalama Airstrip is just 30 minutes away from the lodge. Email us for more information.

Saruni Samburu vehicles

At Saruni Samburu we have a fleet of 4×4 Land Rovers for all game drives and transfers, which are open sided for the best game viewing, each with a canvas roof for shade. Guests share vehicles, unless Exclusive Use of a vehicle has been requested (US$350 per day)

6 Reasons to visit Saruni Samburu

WOW! Location

Saruni Samburu is located in tribal lands to the north of Samburu National Reserve. The lodge overlooks a vast private wildlife sanctuary called Kalama Conservancy, and has exclusive access to the surrounding 200,000 acres of pristine, protected wilderness.

Incredible Wildlife

The area around Saruni Samburu is teeming with wildlife – from the giant herds of Samburu elephant coming to drink at the waterholes, leopard making their lairs on rocky outcrops nearby, to endangered packs of African wild dog seen traversing the plains below the lodge. The area is also home to rare endemic species, the ‘Samburu Five’: Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, Somali ostrich and gerenuk.

Fascinating Culture

The Samburu are the indigenous nomadic tribe and custodians of the area where the lodge is found. Guests have the unique opportunity to witness, interact with and learn from one of the oldest remaining tribes in Africa. Our guides are Samburu warriors who are professionally qualified, but more importantly, who share their authentic local knowledge, ancient traditions and customs with guests.

Innovative Eco-Design

Saruni Samburu is the first and most exclusive design lodge of its kind in Kenya. It uses eco-design in an architecturally fascinating and innovative way, where it is built into and around a giant volcanic rock face, high up with unbelievable views. It is open and spacious, blending into and becoming a part of the natural surrounding environment. It is bold, dramatic, beautiful and truly unique.

Unique Activities

At Saruni Samburu, guests can enjoy exciting, relaxing and unusual activities. From day and night drives, picnic breakfasts by the Ewaso Nyiro River or bush dinners in a dry river bed with firelight and Samburu dancers, to guided bush walks and visits to the local village and local caves featuring ancient Samburu art. Fancy something more relaxing? Hang out in our elephant-proof, ground-level photographer’s hide in front of a waterhole frequented by elephant, hyena, leopard, plentiful birdlife, and much more. Maybe lounge away your time at the infinity pools or having a massage at the Samburu Wellbeing Space, browsing around the Saruni shop and night stargazing…..days spent at Saruni Samburu are as peaceful or adventurous as you desire.

Community Focused

Saruni Samburu is the only lodge in Kalama Conservancy, and the sole source of income for the communities found in the area. Since its opening, Saruni Samburu has provided jobs, income, training and guidance for the local Samburu people in the area. Tourism directly supports conservation – by visiting Saruni Samburu, you are directly giving back to the community who protects this beautiful land, improving their quality of life, while at the same time encouraging the purpose for conservation.

 

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Which Rooms Types are in Saruni Samburu?

Family and Single Villa

The villa has a spacious sitting and dinning area for private dinners, a large and open veranda and a fridge stocked with cold refreshments. Villa Two is Saruni Samburu’s biggest and most spacious villa, and is perfect for families or for two separate groups of guests. The beautiful uninterrupted views, outdoor showers and luxurious rooms will not disappoint. Villa Two is just a short walk down the main pathway to Kudu House, the main lodge, and is very close to the bottom infinity pool and Wellbeing Space.


    Family Villa

    Villa One is a large family villa with two separate en suite bedrooms joined by a spacious living room and veranda. This villa is fantastic for families with young children. The spectacular bathrooms have bath tubs and outdoor showers, the open verandah has a fire place to keep away the chill on the cool Samburu nights, and the spacious sitting and dinning area is great for private dinners. Villa One is accessible by car and is only a short walk from Kudu House, the main lodge.


      What are the Foods & Drinks options at Saruni Samburu?

      Saruni Samburu cater for all dietary requirements and allergies as informed prior to arrival. The cuisine at Saruni is Italian-inspired and we use fresh and local ingredients, as well as special imported products. We offer communal dining hosted by our guides and managers, however we also encourage private dining in the rooms. Meals will be organised to suit guests’ needs so there are no set times. The lodge has a daily three-course set menu. Bottled drinking water is provided in all rooms, at all meals and in all game drive vehicles. Guests also receive a personal aluminium water bottle on arrival that can be filled from various dispensers in camp.


      Which Hotel Activities are available for guests at Saruni Samburu?

      • Day and night guided game drives
      • Photographic Hide by waterhole
      • Guided bush walks
      • Bush meals and sundowners
      • Birdwatching
      • Stargazing
      • 2 x large swimming pools
      • Samburu Wellbeing Space massages & spa treatments (payable extra)
      • Warriors Academy (special programme in bush skills and animal tracking)
      • Saruni gift shop with special local artifacts
      • Scorpion / night torch safari
      • Visit to local Samburu caves featuring ancient rock art
      • Seedballs throwing
      • Yoga and exercise
      • Mount Ololokwe hiking excursions (payable extra)
      • Cultural visit to local village & community (payable extra)
      • Reteti Elephant Sanctuary Excursion
      • Helicopter excursions (upon request & payable extra)
      • Weddings & Blessings (payable extra)


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