Bush Dinner, Saruni Camp, Laikipia, Kenya

Saruni Samburu

Where to stay

Some of the wonderful places to stay that we frequently recommended.

Saruni Rhino £££££

  • Kenya
  • Safari and Wildlife Lodge

Saruni Rhino offers an on-foot rhino tracking experience in the remote Sera Conservancy. Located in northern Samburu, this community conservancy has set aside a large swathe of territory that is dedicated to rhino conservation. A small group of relocated northern black rhinos survive here, roaming this arid landscape that is punctuated with dry riverbeds and vast granite extrusions. Tracked using traditional Samburu methods, these endangered animals are closely monitored to ensure their protection.

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Sasaab £££££

  • Kenya
  • Safari and Wildlife Lodge

Sasaab is perched above the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, capturing panoramic views across Samburu land, the Laikipia plateau and the Matthews Range. This beautiful camp, with its North-African-inspired decor, is hidden within an exclusive community conservancy.

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Elephant Watch Camp £££££

  • Kenya
  • Safari and Wildlife Lodge

A wonderful place for anybody with an interest in elephants, Elephant Watch Camp bursts with character and colour. It reflects the passion of its owner, Saba Douglas-Hamilton, the daughter of Iain – one of Africa’s foremost elephant conservationists and founder of Save the Elephants. Saba calls the camp home and, although her presence is never guaranteed, she acts as host whilst she is there. The camp sits just upstream from Iain Douglas-Hamilton’s original elephant research camp. As such, its relationship with elephant conservation is deeply ingrained. The Save the Elephants research centre is only a short drive away, allowing for an insight into conservation in action.

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Elsa’s Kopje £££££

  • Kenya
  • Safari and Wildlife Lodge

Elsa’s Kopje is a stylish wilderness retreat, offering breath-taking panoramic views of the surrounding plains and wetlands below. The lodge is named after Elsa, the orphaned lioness reared by George and Joy Adamson and on whom the film “Born Free” was based. The lodge’s beautiful stone cottages are built into Mughwango Hill, looking out over Meru National Park.

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