Saruni Samburu features six luxurious villas all of which are spacious and open, providing spectacular views over the beautiful Kalama Conservancy and Mount Kenya.
Villa One at Saruni Samburu is a very spacious family villa featuring two separate en suite bedrooms which are joined by a welcoming living room and verandah. This villa is an ideal accommodation option for families travelling with younger kids. The unique bathrooms provide bathtubs as well as outdoor showers.
This villa's open verandah offers a fireplace to keep away the chill during the cooler days and nights. The comfortable sitting and dining area makes for a lovely venue for private dinners. Villa One is accessible by car and is only a short walk away from the Kudu House, which is the main lodge.
Kalama features a crucial migratory corridor between southern and northern conservation areas of this beautiful wilderness region of Kenya. Large herds of elephants cross Kalama on their migratory routes between the different conservancies making this location a fantastic wildlife viewing destination.
Kalama nestles in a region of 95,000 hectares of Girgir Group Ranch in Samburu land, west of Archer’s Post. The main livelihood in the area is livestock, mostly camels and goats.
The Samburu ecosystem consists of several national reserves, private ranches as well as communally-owned group ranches all of which are connected with each other. This region is famous for its large population of elephants and unique northern species of animals which can only be found here. Samburu stands out as a wildlife-rich and unique, as well as diverse wilderness.
Saruni Samburu is situated within the Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy, seven kilometres from the Northern border of the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya. The Samburu National Reserve is accessed through the Kalama Gate.
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