Sarova Shaba

The Sarova Shaba Lodge is seated in the heart of Kenya, in the Shaba Game Reserve, where the wild roam free and the air is clean. The 85 standard rooms and specialty suites are designed for a light privacy, built with a woody appeal and having a tree house effect. An open air restaurant offers a multitude of dining choices both local and international, accompanied by an extensive wine list. The lodge provides a host of activities from which guests may choose, such as a dip in the free-form pool to cool off after a dusty game drive.

Samburu Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Shaba Sarova
Samburu Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Shaba Sarova
Samburu Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Standard Bedroom
Samburu Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Boma Dining

    There are 80 standard rooms, all of which are thatched chalets facing the river. These are luxury en-suites with bath, shower, and WC, mosquito net and fan, and equipped with voltage 240 volts. There are 4 Junior suites, which are essentially a separate bedroom and lounge. There is 1 Presidential suite, which is a separate bedroom and lounge, and private jacuzzi. Guest services include Bureau de Change, free safety deposit boxes, laundry and Valet Service, and Baby Sitting services.


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            Sarova Shaba Restaurants

            The open Surpelei Restaurant overlooks the free forming swimming pool and serves a wide variety of cuisines to suite even the most cosmopolitan palate.

              Sarova Shaba Activities

              The lodge offers an outdoor freeform swimming pool, viewing deck along the river to watch and feed crocodiles, Samburu Traditional dancers, Bird / Nature walks, and escorted Game Walks within Shaba Game Reserve. Partake in the rich culture of the Samburu and Borana as our experienced chefs feed you from exotic mouth watering local dishes against the backdrop of the Shaba wild with the nostalgic view of expansive vistas and the brown colored Ewaso Nyiro River. Local Samburu dancers will delight and enchant you with rhythmic dances that are as old as time as well as provide you with lectures and lessons of the ancient Samburu culture. There is a roaring bonfire where guest can sit after dinner and twirl the night away. Watch the Born Free Country go to sleep as you sample our well blended cocktails right next to the crocodiles.

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