Sasaab LodgeSasaab Lodge

Sasaab Lodge

From: $825.00

Sasaab Lodge is located in a community conservancy where tourism has a direct positive impact with the local villagers. With just eight rooms this is an ideal destination for families on their first African safari. A wide range of activities is available and coupled with luxurious suites it’s a sought after destination.


Sasaab Lodge

Samburu National Park

Sasaab Lodge sits within the heart of a community conservancy. The area has deep Samburu culture and traditions and the lodge has been built with conservation and preservation as it’s focus. Established in collaboration with the local community they benefit directly from your stay. Sasaab offers walking safaris with professional guides, game drives twice daily and unique cultural experiences. Visits to the local villages ensure guests see how their stay directly benefits the local community. Sasaab Lodge is a unique and wonderful location to relax in the bush.

Located in the Westgate Community Conservancy the area is home to more than 600 Samburu families. Before 2004 the local  people did not see any benefit from tourism to their area. Then, with the construction of Sasaab Lodge, and its many community projects they have seen the value tourism holds for them and future generations. The lodge is very involved with local schools, the Westgate Community Conservancy and the Grevy’s Zebra Trust.


Sasaab has eight individual  rooms with thatched roofs, canvas sides and fantastic views down towards the river. Each suite has been beautifully decorated and has it’s own private pool and open deck area. There has been a focus on details in the suites that carries through the entire lodge. Staff provide very personal service and delicious meals.

Children are welcome and under-threes stay free. Extra beds are available on request. It is advisable to book the family suite (rooms 8 or 9), as these have a shared central area and pool. The family suite can also be taken as an exclusive-use villa.

Read our Country Information for travel advice to Kenya.

If you are interested in exploring the Serengeti or the Great Rift Valley then explore Bateleur Camp, Loldia House or Governors Private Camp.

If this is your first safari to Africa then read our blog on what to pack. If you would like to learn more about the park then visit the Samburu National Reserve website.

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly in to Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with KLM, Swiss Air, Emirates, Qatar or Lufthansa. On arrival you will be met by your safari representative who will drive you to Wilson Airport.

Here you will board a light aircraft for your 1.5 hour flight to Buffalo Springs or Sasaab airstrip directly. A guide will meet you at the airstrip for the drive to Sasaab.

For assistance with domestic flights get in touch with us and we will make sure your safari to Africa is seamless.



  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Airstrip transfers
  • Game drives
  • Bush walks
  • House wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks
  • Fly camping (by prior arrangement only)
  • Laundry
  • Bush meals
  • Village visits
  • Sun-downers


  • Domestic flights
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Premium brand drinks
  • Spa treatments

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