Home to Professional Safari Guide, Simon Evans, Sabuk is a stunning wilderness destination, perched on the high banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in the Northern Frontier District, overlooking the Laikipia Plateau and Samburuland.
This hilly area with dense acacia bush is host to a lot of game which varies according to the season: Greater Kudu, Reticulated Giraffe, Buffalo, Impala, Elephant, Warthog, Klipspringer, Zebra, Eland, Dik Dik, Waterbuck, Lion, Leopard, good bird watching and incredible scenery.
For clients spending 3 or more days this is the perfect start and finish to a camel assisted walking safari. Walk with a professional safari guide and a team of trained Laikipia Maasai warriors as your guides through completely deserted tracts of wilderness: no other tourists, no roads or vehicles, only wildlife and their tracks, breathtaking scenery, the sounds of the bush, just Africa
The lodge has 5 open sided cottages with veranda, shower and toilet, each with its own fabulous view. Sabuk was fashioned out of the local landscape, built with local materials, the hillside, flora, twisted wood and stone boulders incorporated into the architecture. Open walls and private verandas face out over the river gorge 150 feet below.
Camel Assisted Safaris
Guided nature walks
Fly Camping as a free alternative to lodge accommodation
Accommodation, Game drives, Bush Breakfast, Picnic Lunch & Sundowners, Drinks (excluding luxury spirits & champagne), Airstrip transfers (Muridjo or Loisaba Airstrip), Guided walks, Camel assisted guided bush walks. Peak season rate is US$295 per person sharing.
Optional extra activities, Conservation fees of US$30 per person per day and other transfers.
Children under 12 years sharing parents room pay 50% of per person sharing rate.