In the northern Laikipia District, Sabuk is a beautiful remote retreat of only seven individual cottages. Each is an open rondavel, perched on a cliff overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River, comfortable and luxurious. Your en suite bathroom has a hot shower, flush toilet and a deep soaking bath with a spectacular view. Sabuk is the home of the lodge hosts, and their children and friends often spend time with guests. The Laikipia area is home to many northern species not found in the Parks south of Nairobi. Here you’ll see Greater Kudu, Reticulated Giraffe and the Grevy’s zebra, and look for elephants, lion, leopard, buffalo, impala, and dik dik. Game drives are in the morning or afternoon with a professional wildlife guide from the lodge, and night drives set out to look for nocturnal species such as bush babies and aardvark. In addition to game drives, Sabuk is known for walking safaris and camel safaris. Walk with native Laikipiak Maasai and learn about the Maasai culture and how they survive in the bush, and either walk or ride camels in the reserve. Upon returning from your outing enjoy a refreshing dip in the natural rock pools below the camp. Visit Sabuk on a safari in Kenya.