This Kenya lodging is on the white sandy banks of the Ewaso Ngiro River in the shade of giant river Acacias. 83,000 acres of pristine wilderness with 25 kilometres of riverfront, is where the graceful Elephant come for their daily drink and wallow.
The Northern Frontier District of Kenya is an area of staggering beauty. The rugged splendour of its landscape conjures up an atmosphere of mystery and adventure, and the sunsets on the ancient mountain ranges glow with orange, red and purple.
It is a vast and seldom-visited region, far from the normal tourist routes, where travelling, even nowadays is tough and where nomadic tribes have changed little over the centuries.
Game drives into Samburu Game Reserve, afternoon walks with the resident herd of Elephant along the riverine forest or an overnight safari to the fly camp on the top of Ol Donya Lolokwe Sabachi, escorted by the very colourful Samburu warriors.
The gateway to the North, Samburu is famous for its game species, Reticulated Giraffe, Grevy's Zebra, Besia Oryx and the long necked Gerenuk. Leopard, Lion, Cheetah and Caracal are all regular visitors to the camp.
Bedouin Camp was awarded as one of the Top 100 Hotels in the World by Tatler Travel Magazine in 2006.