Samburu Sopa Lodge is a safari lodge located in the Samburu National Reserve, a wildlife-rich region in northern Kenya. This lodge offers a comfortable and convenient base for visitors looking to explore the unique landscapes and wildlife of the Samburu ecosystem.Samburu Sopa Lodge provides an opportunity to explore the beauty and wildlife of the Samburu National Reserve while enjoying comfortable accommodations and amenities.
- Accommodations: Samburu Sopa Lodge offers a range of guest rooms, each with its own private veranda. The lodge is designed to harmonize with its natural surroundings while providing modern comforts.
- Swimming Pool: A large swimming pool is available for guests to relax and cool off during the heat of the day.
- Lounge and Bar: The lodge’s central area includes a lounge and bar where guests can unwind, socialize, and enjoy refreshing beverages.
- Conference Facilities: Samburu Sopa Lodge offers conference facilities, making it suitable for business meetings, conferences, and special events.
Dining at Samburu Sopa Lodge features a mix of international and African cuisine. Highlights include:
- Buffet-style meals with a variety of dishes to cater to different tastes.
- Themed dinners and barbecues for added variety.
- Bush breakfasts and picnic lunches during game drives.
- A well-stocked bar serving a selection of beverages and cocktails.
Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently. Please treat all pricing as a guide only:
- All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.
- Single supplements may apply.
- Request a quote or speak to one of our African Safari Experts for the best, most current rates available.
Per Person Sharing
- Unique Wildlife: Samburu National Reserve is known for its distinctive wildlife, including the “Samburu Special Five” – the Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, and gerenuk. It’s also home to other iconic African species like lions, leopards, elephants, and various antelope species.
- Scenic Landscapes: The reserve features a diverse landscape, with the Ewaso Nyiro River meandering through it. Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the river, acacia woodlands, and the rugged Samburu terrain.
- Cultural Encounters: The Samburu people, a semi-nomadic pastoralist tribe, inhabit the region. Guests can arrange visits to local villages to learn about the Samburu culture and traditions.