Best Luxury Lodges in Sibiloi National Park
Best Luxury Lodges in Sibiloi National Park, Desert Rose Lodge specifically situated in the far North of Kenya. A small family-hosted lodge nestled into the side of Mount Nyiru.
The only luxury lodge situated in the far North of Kenya, overlooking the semi-arid wilderness. Eco-friendly and culturally integrated with the Samburu people, a wonderfully charismatic tribe. The main lounge and pool area hand crafted to blend with the indigenous gardens. And landscaped to enhance the dramatic views one gets from the lodge.
Meanwhile all of the en-suite bathrooms are open air, and each cottage designed around natural features. All food home cooked and home produced. Activities here include camel safaris, wood workshops, fishing on Lake Turkana, staying overnight in a houseboat on Lake Turkana.
ALIA BAY GUEST HOUSE
The guesthouse is on the shores of Lake Turkana, 800km north of Nairobi within Sibiloi National Park.
Alia Bay guest houses are in Sibiloi lake National Park on the shores of Lake Turkana. It is also accessible by a 2-3-day drive from Nairobi via Marsabit and North Horr. However if you don’t fancy a road trip charter a plane at one of their two airstrips. It has for instance 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, a sitting area, a kitchen, and a dining area. A resident caretaker is available at the guest house.
Situated in a remote valley, Kitich Camp overlooks a river glade within the lush indigenous forest around Mathew’s Mountain Range in Northern Kenya.
The cosy, fire lit lounge faces the wildlife-rich bank of the Ngeng River, and surrounded by thickly wooded hillsides and the craggy peaks of Matthew’s Mountain Range. This unique luxury camp prides itself in being a true getaway: there is no internet access here and you’ll explore the virgin forest by foot.
The six spacious and luxurious tents lit with enchanting hurricane lanterns and decorated with an eye to the rustic purity of the surroundings. The tents are outfitted with large comfortable beds and en suite bathrooms with canvas showers. Oriental rugs line the floors, and each tent has its own private verandah for game viewing, reading, or meditating over morning coffee.
Sarara is certainly a luxury camp situated on the edge of an escarpment in the heart of the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy around the southern corner of the fabled Mathews Mountain range of northern Kenya.