Kenya’s first "photographic hide" built at Saruni Samburu

Saruni Camps is proud to announce that Saruni Samburu is opening in June 2016 of Kenya's first elephant-proof photographic. 

Perfectly camouflaged next to the waterhole located in front of the lodge, the hide is designed to allow Saruni guests to safely watch and photograph from very close to the big mammals of Samburu (starting with the herds of elephants that visit the waterhole every day), but also with the extraordinary birdlife that Samburu is famous for and the “Samburu Five" (Grevy zebra, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, gerenuk and Somali ostrich). The hide will provide also access to rare species, from the leopard to the aardvark, from the ardwolf to the genet).

Located in Kalama Conservancy, bordering Samburu National Reserve, Saruni Samburu has six luxury villas, heralding spectacular views over Northern Kenya and Mount Kenya. It is the only lodge in over 200,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness and a successful model of community-friendly eco-tourism and conservation.