Samburu Sopa Lodge is built overlooking the wildlife-rich banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River within the ancestral lands of the Samburu people, who are close relatives of the Maasai people.
The lodge is set atop raised ground allowing panoramic views of distant Samburu hills to one side and El Ndonyo Keri (Samburu name for Mount Kenya) on the other.
The public areas are airy and spacious with views of the surrounding terrain. The reception is decorated with local artefacts, and rich earth colours typical of the Samburu area have been well-blended
At Samburu Sopa Lodge there's a swimming pool to cool you down in the warm Samburu weather and loungers which are much-needed after a long dusty safari.
Game viewing activities include guided nature walks and nightly wildlife feeding. Rare wildlife species like the Beisia oryx, gerenuk and Grevy's zebra can be seen here in one of Keny's most famous wildlife areas.
Samburu Sopa Lodge is located in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya's second most favoured wildlife area.