PAYABLE EXTRA: Our safaris are not only focused on wildlife but also on culture and people. Some call it ‘cultural tourism’. We call it ‘Meet the Neighbours’. We visit genuine Samburu villages – our neighbours and friends, we are privileged to share moments of their life. They are the ancient custodians of this land and we feel it is an integral part of the Saruni Samburu experience for you to see how they live, how they protect the environment and in what way they differ from other African tribes. Be prepared for the Samburu to ask you questions too as they will be curious about you! Consider it an exchange of ideas and information. This visit costs US$20 per person that goes to the community directly.
Image by Janine Krayer, Pangolin Photographic Safaris
Image by Gerhard Swanepoel, Pangolin Photographic Safaris
Our lodge managers will assist you in planning your stay with us, day by day, upon your arrival.