Elephant Bedroom Safari Camp

This small and exclusive safari camp is located within the Samburu National Reserve right on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River. The camp has a lovely setting amongst the many varieties of indigenous trees and shrubs. With just 12 luxury tents and attractive public areas – including elegant lounge and dining tents – Elephant Bedroom Camp provides the perfect accommodation for any Samburu safari.

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Elephant Watch Camp

Situated in a land of endless rugged beauty and untamed wilderness, Elephant Watch Camp is perched on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro river beneath wide-spreading Kigelia and Acacia trees in Samburu National Reserve. It is home to some of the largest elephant bulls in Samburu who can often be spotted cooling down in the riverbed, resting in the shade, or hoovering up seedpods beside the tents.

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Larsens Camp

Larsens Camp consists of 20 tents, accommodating 40 guests, and is set along the bank of the Uaso Nyiro River which flows through the Samburu National Reserve some 320 kms north of Nairobi in a semi-arid region of Kenya’s Rift Valley Province.

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Samburu Intrepids Camp

Samburu Intrepids is situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in the arid heart of Samburu National Reserve. Samburu Intrepids looks out over riverbanks where herds of elephant, buffalo and zebra come daily to drink – together with the rarer ‘northern species’ of reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx and long-necked gerenuk antelope.

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Saruni Samburu

Saruni Samburu is a ‘designer’ lodge located 7km north of Samburu National Reserve, in Kenya’s wild north. Surrounded by 95,000 hectares of private wildlife conservancy, and perched on top of a spectacular viewpoint, its four houses and large swimming pool overlook several waterholes where the famous Samburu elephant, leopard, reticulated giraffe, Oryx and Grevy’s zebra gather to drink.

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Sasaab Camp

Sasaab Camp is a new property located near Samburu, a unique destination watered by the precious rain and snows melting down the lush slopes of Mount Kenya, into this semi-desert of Kenyan northerly frontier district. Sasaab is on Samburu community land, within the Ngutuk Ongiron Group Ranch also known as the West Gate Conservancy. Guests fly for just over an hour from Nairobi into Buffalo Springs – although the option of long drive from Nairobi is also scenic and crosses the Equator.

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Concerned about the security of your booking and your own safety while on safari?

We fully appreciate your concerns when it comes to booking a safari in Africa and you can rest assured that your financial security when booking and your own personal safety when on safari is our highest priority. Gamewatchers Safaris is a member of the Kenya Association of Tour Operators bonding scheme, backed by a leading insurance company, to ensure your payments are fully protected if a bonded KATO member ceases trading.