Sabuk Kenya (Nanyuki)

“Sabuk is privatly owned land in North-Central Kenya. Families, couples and groups are invited to witness the wilderness and beauty that lies there. The comfortable tents offer wonderful views over the river. Game drives, camel rides and nature walks are all on the cards. ”

Photo of Sabuk

“A small hill top lodge set on a valley of the Ewaso Nyiro River with seven rooms built of local stone and olive wood. The rooms themselves have been well thought out and each has an open side with memorable views and a sense of space and wilderness. The camp is especially famous for camel trekking, but swims in the pool and fly camping are also a speciality. Sabuk offers great food and a very personal service from owner, Verity Williams - one of Kenya's first female guides.”

Written by  Marc Harris, Tanzania Odyssey

What's Nearby

Facilities

Car not required
Communal Dining
Bar
Family Suites
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Outdoor dining
Sit-out Terrace
No pets
Swimming Pool
Child friendly
Sitting Room
Restaurant

Activities

Other Activities
Relaxing in the pool is a quiet, magical way to spend your days.
Learning
Learn about the pastoral life of the local Samburu and Laikipiak Maasai.
Watersports
The Ewaso Nyiro River offers rocks for jumping and rapids for tubing and is great fun for all the family.
Fishing
Fish the river with handlines to catch Barbels, Catfish and Tilapia.
Great walks
Head out on a nature walk and learn what berries can be used for poisoned arrows, how to track a warthog and much more.
Birdwatching
Learn to identify the birds and the bird calls.
Safari
As well as jeep safari, guided camel safaris are one of this camps specialities.

Recommended for

Romantic Break
Whether its a camel safari for two or sundowner drinks on the plains- romance is in the air.
Back to Nature
Immerse yourself in the Kenyan bush, meet local Maasai, identify useful plants and track animals.

Activities

Other Activities
Relaxing in the pool is a quiet, magical way to spend your days.
Learning
Learn about the pastoral life of the local Samburu and Laikipiak Maasai.
Birdwatching
Learn to identify the birds and the bird calls.
Watersports
The Ewaso Nyiro River offers rocks for jumping and rapids for tubing and is great fun for all the family.
Fishing
Fish the river with handlines to catch Barbels, Catfish and Tilapia.
Great walks
Head out on a nature walk and learn what berries can be used for poisoned arrows, how to track a warthog and much more.
Safari
As well as jeep safari, guided camel safaris are one of this camps specialities.

Other highlights

House party feel
Family Suites
Quiet
Eco
Owner managed
Remote
Secluded setting
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Sit-out Terrace
Barefoot Luxury
Views
Romantic
In/by a Nature Reserve
Riverside
Boutique
Antiques
Intimate
Luxury
Charming
Wellbeing
Child friendly
Restaurant

Hotel size

7 rooms
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