Samburu Serena Lodge
Samburu Serena Lodge is Situated on the fertile banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, in the centre of the Samburu Game Reserve in Kenya's rugged, semi-arid Northern Province, in the lowlands beneath the magnificent Mount Kenya. Samburu Serena Safari Lodge echoes the robust rhythms of riverfront life. It is ideally placed for Safaris to the neighbouring Buffalo Springs and Shaba National Reserve. The lodge itself uses local materials and is decorated with authentic masks and beads, and blends seamlessly with the neighbouring environment of soft green acacia woodlands and the river.
Samburu Serena Lodge Reception
Accommodation at the Samburu Serena Safari Lodge
Samburu Serena Lodge boasts of accommodation spread up and down the banks of river Ewaso Nyiro in cottages, bandas and single or twin rooms all facing the river. This Samburu Lodge has 62 rooms in total, including the suites, which have been built using exotic African woods. All guest rooms have private verandas with uninterrupted views of the languid river and the wildlife it attracts, as well as the countless crocodiles that make the waters their home. The general facilities for all rooms include ceiling fan, mosquito netting, water and toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, hairdryers and telephone and WiFi connectivity. The deluxe suites are timber cottages with private verandas.
Samburu Serena Lodge Room
Dinning at the Samburu Serena Safari Lodge
Samburu Serena Safari Lodge's open dining room is on a raised platform overlooking the riverside. It offers a full breakfast, both cooked and continental, plus large buffets. The lodge's Crocodile Bar is a great view point for the nightly feeding of the crocodiles.
Samburu Serena Lodge Restaurant
Other facilities at the Samburu Serena Safari Lodge
- Large freeform swimming pool with sundeck
- 2 daily game drives with experienced guides
- Traditional dancers and resident guitarist
- Crocodile feeding and leopard visits
- Massages, facials and pedicures
- Stylish Samburu weddings with complete wedding service
- Honeymoon suite
Note: the Samburu Serena Lodge is currently closed after extensive damage was caused by floods March 2010. The Lodge personnel are currently assessing damage and reviewing the situation.