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Saruni Samburu Family Suite
 
Tucked away on a 200,000-acre private reserve, Saruni Samburu is excellent for a family safari. We love the six spacious villas, set right into the mountainside, with verandas overlooking the best views in Kenya. A wealth of activities await you: game drives and walking safaris, mountain treks, bush breakfasts and cultural visits.
Saruni Samburu Family villa bed with view over landscape
The best view in Kenya
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Private dining in villa 2 with view Saruni Samburu
The best view in Kenya
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Pool built into contour of rock landscape at Saruni Samburu lodge
The best view in Kenya
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Saruni Samburu’s villas are designed harmoniously with nature. Built into the rock and harnessing natural shade, they stay blissfully cool despite the warm Samburu sun. You will stay in one of four two-bedroom family suites, with an expansive lounge, en suite bathrooms and a deck to watch elephants gather below. Children will love splashing in the pool - meanwhile, parents can enjoy spa treatments in the Samburu Wellbeing Space.
Girls and parents looking at elephant on game drive in Kalama Conservancy
Safari Activities and Samburu Wildlife
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Picnic in the bush with view of sacred Mount Ololokwe Samburu
Safari Activities and Samburu Wildlife
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Leopard hiding in grass in Kalama Conservancy northern Kenya
Safari Activities and Samburu Wildlife
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Couple on bush walking safari with Samburu guides at Saruni Samburu
Safari Activities and Samburu Wildlife
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With so much space to explore, we are certain you’ll never hear, ‘What’s next?’ from buzzing youngsters. Local guides take you in search of wildlife across three reserves; the Samburu National Reserve, the Buffalo Springs National Reserve and the lodge’s own private Kalama Conservancy. You will enjoy game drives day and night, guided walking safaris, and sunrise bush breakfasts. Summiting Mount Ololokwe is an intrepid trek, but rewards you with its breathtaking views of the dusty plains below.
Children and parent guests visiting local Samburu tribe community at Saruni Samburu
Live like the Samburu
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Samburu warrior observing landscape of Kalama Conservancy in Northern Kenya
Live like the Samburu
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Woman enjoying breakfast with Samburu guides on Mount Ololokwe
Live like the Samburu
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The heritage of the local Samburu people are an important part of your stay. They are always keen to engage young and old alike in fascinating yet educational activities. You will learn bushcraft and survival techniques, fashion bows and arrows, and join in their traditional dances. We encourage you to visit nearby Samburu communities to gain an even deeper understanding of their culture and daily practices.
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