Located near Samburu National Park, in Northern Kenya, Sasaab Camp overlooks the Ewaso Nyiro River, and is situated on Ngutuk Ongiron Ranch, which – more commonly known as the West Gate Conservancy – is generally considered the best wild land in Samburu.
The multi-peaked main lodge dominates a rocky ridge, and extensive decking affords guests a stunning view of the river and the life it holds.
Sasaab is comprised of nine giant Moroccan tents. Each is over 100 meters square, and includes a bedroom (with four poster double or twin beds), a sunken seating area and a fully serviced bathroom. Electricity is solar powered, offering outlets for charging equipment in each tent.
All the tents of Sasaab have wireless internet connection, cooling fans and, at the very edge of their private verandhas, a magnificent plunge pool. With intricately carved bed frames, overwhelmingly white backgrounds and little glass flourishes, the decor is Moroccan chic, and serves to create an overall impression of space, style and culture.