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On our safari round Kenya aranged by mr. Vincent from KETAS SAFARI we stayed for two nights at Samburu Sopa Lodge. We felt at home right away. Every body were friendly and helpfull. I celebrated my birthday the day after our arrival.As an extra KETAS...More
Arriving at lunch time from Nairobi after a night flight with almost no sleep, after checking in into our bungalow - we went immediately for lunch. It was a small buffet with simple but good food. Especially the soups have been outstanding thru out the...More
We loved this little oasis and really enjoyed our brief stay here. I'm hoping(!) that I won't forget watching, what seemed to be, hundreds of baboons stroll by while we were having lunch. I mean, really, how cool is that???
The rooms were nice (it...More
My stay here was excellent,the rooms here are delightfully and tastefully built,The lodge has a miniature watering point next to the restaurant,where you can see all sorts of Bird-life,warthogs,dik dik and lots of gazelles,Occasionaly if you are lucky you will spot a lion as you...More
The Samburu Sopa Lodge was one of the best experiences I have had at any facility (ignoring the fact that leading up to my two nights here I was camping for two weeks, so anything seemed lavish after that).
The staff was amazing and helpful,...More