*Dinner Game Viewing – Enjoy dinner or a drink while watching herds of elephant or leopards.
*Community – The lodge shop features handicrafts produced by local Samburu craftspeople.
*Relaxation – Laze by the pool or enjoy the luxurious beauty treatments and massages.
The Samburu Serena Safari Lodge is situated on the fertile banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, in Kenya’s rugged, semi-arid Northern Province. The dry ecosystem with its steep sided gullies and rounded hills is prone to large variations in the animal population as they move in search of water and pasture; the reserve is renowned for its rare game including the endangered Grevy’s zebra and the beisa oryx.
There are many game-viewing activities on offer including a morning game drive followed by a bush breakfast at Crocodile Point and nature and bird walks accompanied by the resident naturalist. You can also go on a day trip to the neighbouring reserves of Buffalo Springs and Shaba National Reserve or explore the surrounding scrub-desert from the back of a camel.
The architectural style of the lodge makes use of soft local stone and traditional Samburu building motifs. The cool interior is decorated with a selection of age-old masks, spears and ceremonial treasures. Facilities at this Serena lodge include a curio shop, beauty salon, library and swimming pool surrounded by thatched umbrellas and indigenous trees. Evening entertainment includes Samburu tribal dancing and performances by local musicians, as well as ‘Wildlife and Wilderness’ slide shows and talks.
Samburu Serena Safari Lodge is child friendly. Children have their own menus and babysitting can be arranged.
The Samburu Serena Safari Lodge is located in the centre of the
Samburu Game Reserve in Kenya’s Northern Province.