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I enjoyed staying at the Samburu Sopa Lodge. the rooms are spacy and very clean. And yes, the electricity is not on 24 hours but that is because they run on a generator and usually you will be asleep or on your game drives during...More
Sopa have a poor policy of limiting one's electricity. It is timed so there are periods one does not have any electricity at all, for example after 12.00pm. Don't wake up in the middle of the night because there is no light to turn on....More
We stayed here three nights. The days are hot, but the nights cool down enough for it to be bearable. There actually is a family of civet cats that lives in the roofway to the bar and dining areas during the day and come out...More
the lodges were fantastic well thought out with individual outside areas, there were two very large beds good toilet facilities and access to the balconies; The staff were attentive and very helpful explaining various things about the area; at breakfast/dinner you could watch animals come...More
The surrounding is very nice, isolated and feeling very authentic. The lobby is nice and simple, close to the small pool (needing some maintenance work but nice enough).
rooms are god in size and a little spartan if confortable. Water comes warm and with good...More