About Sabuk Lodge
Sabuk Lodge is remote and beautiful; an exclusive wilderness haven on the edge of the Northern Laikipia Plateau. The lodge is perched on a cliff overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River, which cascades beneath the lodge all year round. Sabuk, which remains a family home, offers wilderness and stunning views of the Laikipia plains towards Mount Kenya, as well as the Karisa Hills and Mathews Mountains in the north.
Accommodation is offered in six en-suite, open-front stone and thatch cottages. Each cottage has a private veranda with stunning views. Ideal for families, Eagle Cottage contains two fantastic en-suite rooms; one with a king-size bed and the other with three single beds. Eagle Cottage also has its own exclusive ‘mess’ and plunge pool.
Activities at Sabuk Lodge include guided nature walks, game drives, camel safaris and excursions, fly camping, cultural visits, bush breakfasts and picnic lunches on the river banks, hilltop sundowners, line fishing, river swimming, tubing the rapids, rock jumping, and horse riding.
Rates include full board accommodation, soft drinks, beers, house wines, non-luxury spirits. A minimum two nights' stay applies. Balance payable in full 35 days prior to arrival date. Bookings are accepted on the condition that guests have their own comprehensive travel insurance cover. Guests are required to complete a registration card on... Rates include full board accommodation, soft drinks, beers, house wines, non-luxury spirits. A minimum two nights' stay applies. Balance payable in full 35 days prior to arrival date. Bookings are accepted on the condition that guests have their own comprehensive travel insurance cover. Guests are required to complete a registration card on check-in. We reserve the right to review published rates in the event of currency exchange rate fluctuation, increase in park fees, in costs or taxes that are beyond our control. Activities included: Day and night game drives, guided bush walks, guided bird walks, cultural visits, bush meals, sundowners, river swimming, tubing and fishing, camel assisted walking safaris from one morning to two weeks, Loisaba airstrip transfers and laundry service. Extras: Conservancy fees $70 per adult; $35 child under 16, Ayurvedic massage, champagne, luxury spirits and selected wines, extra meal - $30, exclusive use of vehicle - $300 per day, road transfers, vehicle fee when driving through Loisaba, guide taking room in lodge, with less than four guests - $80 pppn + $70 conservation fees, guide taking room in lodge, with more than four guests - FOC + $70 conservation fees, driver in driver's accommodation - $10pppn + $70 conservation fees. Check-out 10.00am. Late departure can be arranged but must be pre-booked and surcharge may apply for extra lunch, activities and other services. For any other departures after 12.00pm - $100 per adult & $80 per child will be charged. All bookings are accepted on the specific condition that New African Territories Ltd acts as the reservations office for the properties, and assumes no liability whatsoever for any injury, damage, loss, accident or delay to person or property. see more
Sabuk Lodge Map
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