Overview of SaSaab Camp

Set above the Uaso Nyiro River and overlooking the Samburu plains towards Mount Kenya, SaSaab Camp is a Moroccan-inspired tented camp situated in Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve, a conservation area well-known for its mix of classic savannah animals and some of northern Kenya’s more unusual species.

Go out on morning, afternoon and evening game drives as well as guided nature walks along the river. Back at camp, lounge on Moroccan-style cushions before a dip in the main swimming pool or in the privacy of your own plunge pool.

SaSaab runs several successful community and green projects that have helped it reap a clutch of awards, including a reusable water bottle initiative that has reduced its plastic waste by 85 percent, a recycling system and the ‘save a bucket’ concept that harvets guests’ cold, clean shower water for use in the thriving kitchen garden.

 

Make a Positive Impact Through Travel

The Safari Collection supports a diverse range of conservation, health and education projects across Kenya which benefit the wildlife, wilderness and local communities. They aim to not only share the incredible natural wonders of East Africa but to be passionate protectors of it. They also take the responsibility to reduce their resource use and environmental pollution very seriously. This is why they have created a dedicated foundation to protect the environment and impact positively on the communities they work alongside.

Rates

Competitive rates for unforgettable experiences
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Date Board Price
06/01/2024 - 31/05/2024 Fully Inclusive Plus (All Meals, Selected Beverages, Selected Extras) $1,100
01/06/2024 - 31/10/2024 Fully Inclusive Plus (All Meals, Selected Beverages, Selected Extras) $1,530
01/11/2024 - 15/12/2024 Fully Inclusive Plus (All Meals, Selected Beverages, Selected Extras) $1,100
16/12/2024 - 31/12/2024 Fully Inclusive Plus (All Meals, Selected Beverages, Selected Extras) $1,530

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Highlights & Activities

What's on offer whilst on this itinerary?
  • Views of Mount Kenya & the Uaso Nyiro River
  • Camelback safaris & fly-camping (subject to availability and pre bookings)
  • Community & wildlife projects
  • Private massage & beauty treatments
  • Children of all ages welcome
  • Full day game drives in the Samburu
  • They have a Lion conservation program
Bush dining

Bush dining

Camel rides

Camel rides

Children's activities

Children's activities

Cultural visits

Cultural visits

Game drives

Game drives

Guided walks

Guided walks

Helicopter flights

Helicopter flights

Quad-biking

Quad-biking

Sundowners

Sundowners

Rooms at SaSaab Camp

Unwind and relax, in your own private luxury
  • SaSaab, Samburu, Kenya
  • SaSaab, Samburu, Kenya

    Suite

    Sasaab Camp features nine spacious Moroccan-inspired tents, each with fantastic views. Each tent has a bedroom and sitting area, a ceiling fan, a large en suite bathroom, wireless internet and a private plunge pool.

    General Facilities

    Go on morning, afternoon and evening game drives in the Samburu National Reserve, famous for its large elephant herds and unusual northern Kenya game species such as the gerenuk and Grevy’s zebra.

    You can also discover the area on a camelback safari and through cultural interactions with local Samburu communities.

    Back at Sasaab, unwind beside the main swimming pool before indulging in a beauty treatment in the privacy of your own tent.

    At the end of the day, enjoy sundowner drinks from a rocky kopje, just a short distance from the camp or relax and enjoy the views from the lodge’s raised terrace.

    Gym

    Gym

    Spa

    Spa

    Swimming pool

    Swimming pool

    Wi-Fi available

    Wi-Fi available

    Dining

    In accordance with the Moroccan theme, the cuisine at SaSaab Camp has a distinctly Moroccan influence and uses the highest quality fresh ingredients.

    Meals are served in different areas of the mess tent or alfresco beneath a canopy of stars.

    Expert Opinion

    We know because we go
    Ramona Cilliers

    Ramona Cilliers

    Africa Safari Expert

    Spectacular views, indulging luxury with private plunge pools and guides that will touch your soul. This really is a special place offering magical experiences!

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    Traveller Reviews

    • BB

      This was a very well run place. You had organized Susan be set up with a photographer. Ricardo was superb in working with Susan, and devoted to the subject of photography. They were in photographic heaven discussing and looking for that special shot. The setting of the camp was lovely and private. The rooms were well kept and clean. They overlooked the river, and nothing was nicer than lounging in front of the plunge pool, overlooking the aridness of the semi desert. The plunge pool was cleaned daily as was the main pool. Very comforting. The highlight of Susan’s trip by far was the helicopter ride to the Suguta Valley, and a fly over Lake Logipi to take some amazing photos of 100,000’s of Flamingos. She really managed to take some award winning photos. The pilot was superb, landing the helicopter in the base of the Painted Valley gorge. This is a part of the trip that should be highlighted to anyone visiting the SaSaab camp. It is expensive, but well worth the experience.
      We came away feeling this was not a safari based on animals, but the experience, beauty and cultural knowledge of the area. Susan especially enjoyed the evenings entertainment watching the Samburu Tribe dance an then onto a beautiful evening dining under the stars with a great fire to enhance the ambience.

      Bronwyne Bruwer

    Traveller Reviews

    • BB

      This was a very well run place. You had organized Susan be set up with a photographer. Ricardo was superb in working with Susan, and devoted to the subject of photography. They were in photographic heaven discussing and looking for that special shot. The setting of the camp was lovely and private. The rooms were well kept and clean. They overlooked the river, and nothing was nicer than lounging in front of the plunge pool, overlooking the aridness of the semi desert. The plunge pool was cleaned daily as was the main pool. Very comforting. The highlight of Susan’s trip by far was the helicopter ride to the Suguta Valley, and a fly over Lake Logipi to take some amazing photos of 100,000’s of Flamingos. She really managed to take some award winning photos. The pilot was superb, landing the helicopter in the base of the Painted Valley gorge. This is a part of the trip that should be highlighted to anyone visiting the SaSaab camp. It is expensive, but well worth the experience.
      We came away feeling this was not a safari based on animals, but the experience, beauty and cultural knowledge of the area. Susan especially enjoyed the evenings entertainment watching the Samburu Tribe dance an then onto a beautiful evening dining under the stars with a great fire to enhance the ambience.

      Bronwyne Bruwer