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.
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