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Overall an excellent choice for seeing this Kenyan reserve. Good food, rooms with mosquito netting. Nice grounds that you could safely walk. Easy to get out into the reserve to look for mammals and birds. Would return again at a time of year when it...More
My partner and I recently stay in the lodge for two days. We were really thrilled by the tents - the tent was extremely clean, a good size, a massive comfy bed (with a mosquito net) and a great bathroom! We absolutely loved our stay....More
Start of our safari holiday and was highly impressed by the beautiful surroundings, comfortable lodge and attentive staff. Great food and a comfort to find we got escorted to and from the lodge at night. Highly recommend it.
This is a great place to base your safari. Very relaxing but close to the action in the bush. Great pool overlooking the river with views into the distance. We saw elephants, monkeys, baboons, gazelle & even Maasi cows passing through. Great staff everywhere. Good...More
This property is on a river where animals are constantly coming to drink or cool themselves. The pool was warmer than most, and the pool keeper kept your belongings safe from the monkeys that wanted to steal them.
#3 of 16 Speciality lodging in Samburu National Reserve
Business Centre with Internet Access
Things to do
USD 80 - USD 260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms
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Rift Valley Province >
Samburu District >
Samburu National Reserve
Also Known As
Samburu Serena Safari Hotel Samburu National Reserve ,
Samburu Serena Safari Lodge Kenya/Samburu National Reserve
My brother Nigel Hobson built the original lodge. I understand that in the years before the flooding in 2010 a plaque was erected at the lodge in his memory. Can anyone tell me if this plaque was rescued from the floods and can now be seen on the new building?
9 June 2015|
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"All rooms have great views, but this was a dirtiest on our safari. I'd avoid, if possible"