Lodges & safari camps in Northern Kenya
One of Kenya’s older game lodges, dating back to 1974, Marsabit Lodge is a simple tourist lodge on the lush shores of a forest-fri...More about Marsabit Lodge
Despite my somewhat uneven gradings below, the lodge is really very adequate, albeit with limited facilities. I have stayed there on three previous occasions so knew what ... reviews...
Ngari Hill Ecolodge
Outside the remote town of Maralal, Ngari Hill Ecolodge is the best accommodation in the area and the only full-service lodge ...More about Ngari Hill Ecolodge
Again we were the only visitors here and were really well looked after by Rudolf who owns and manages the Lodge. Indeed we were treated more like private guests than paying ... reviews...
Overlooking the southern shore of Lake Turkana, this long-established fishing lodge and caravanserai set on a low bluff in the ...More about Oasis Lodge
We were the only guests and Patrick Rotich (the manager) and his staff made a huge effort to make us welcome. Oasis Lodge is well designed and truly an oasis after a long ... reviews...
First set up as a mobile camp in 1997, Sarara was rebuilt in 2008 as a permanent luxury tented camp. It lies on the edge of the ...More about Sarara
The third and final camp we visited this trip was Sarara, further north in Laikipia (and listed under 'Northern Kenya' by Expert Africa) on the edge of the Matthews ... reviews...
Kenya’s northernmost luxury lodge, Desert Rose perches in a dramatic setting amid dense forest and jungle foliage in the towering landscapes of Mount Nyiru, 50km south of Lake Turkana. The lodge is managed by its creator and owner, Emma Hedges, and her local, Samburu staff. Emma is the daughter ...More about Desert Rose
Palm Shade Camp
If you want to explore Lake Turkana, you will need to visit Loiyangalani, and Palm Shade Camp is one of the few places to stay. The camp offers very simple facilities for adventurous visitors willing to forego many of the comforts that most travellers take for granted. Although we’ve stayed ...More about Palm Shade Camp
Wild Frontiers Camel Safaris
Wild Frontiers is a pioneering mobile camel safari business that operates in some of the wildest parts of northern Kenya. Helen Douglas-Dufresne’s camel treks are the stuff of Kenyan legend. Although we haven’t yet had the chance to sample this physically challenging activity, we hear the treks ...More about Wild Frontiers