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Sabuk Lodge

6 Cottages
Country: 
Kenya
Operator: 
Sabuk Lodge
Introduction: 

Sabuk Lodge is situated in Laikipia - central Kenya, perched on a cliff overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River, which cascades beneath the lodge all year round. Sabuk, which remains a family home, offers the wilderness and stunning views of the Laikipia plains towards Mount Kenya, with the Karisia Hills and Mathews Mountains in the North.

Sabuk is remote and beautiful … an exclusive alluring wilderness haven on the edge of the Northern Laikipia Plateau.

Accommodation and Facilities: 

Sabuk Lodge offers six cottages (2 being family cottages) that are open-fronted stone & thatched cottages, with ensuite and private verandas with stunning views.

Eagle cottage comprises of two en-suite cottages - one with a king bed and the other with triple beds. It offers a family unit with its own exclusive ‘mess’ and plunge pool.

Activities: 

The Sabuk team have been operating walking and camel safaris for over 20 years. This age old traditional style of safari can be tailor made to suit all guests. Camel assisted walking safaris are conducted approximately 1-2 mornings of your stay.

Day & night game drives are conducted in exclusive 4 x 4 vehicles, with professional guides.

Guided bush walks, bird walks and cultural visits can be arranged. The Sabuk team works closely with the community and the Laikipia Masai share their tribal and bush craft skills; including tracking animals, pointing out the medicinal and other uses of the local flora, and teaching you, the guest, a new way of looking at the wilderness around you. Line fishing & river tubing are available on a seasonal basis.

A swimming pool is available for your enjoyment.

There are a few horses on site for horse riding.

Line fishing & river tubing are available on a seasonal basis.

Sabuk also offers fly camping for a maximum of 4 guests. Fly camping is undertaken by the river under the stars, or on other scenic camp sites.

Bush breakfasts can be arranged, including lunches and hilltop sundowners.

Responsible Tourism

The local community, Sabuk’s neighbours across the river, have set aside approximately 2,000 acres as a conservation area. This conservancy is the 'Nalare Wildlife Conservancy'. The objectives are to conserve the natural habitat and its wildlife, bearing in mind the sensitive ecosystems of this area with beneficial co-existence between wildlife and the local community; to create jobs and provide a sustainable income from the conservancy and its wildlife.

Want to stay here?

Call us today on +44 (0)1675 481700 or complete a booking enquiry.