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*Unique Wildlife – home to a host of wildlife unique to the area.

*Crocodile Feeding – every evening the crocodiles are fed under the supervision of the naturalist.

*Camel Safaris – you can see the area from the back of a camel, escorted by Samburu Moran (Warriors).

Sarova Shaba Game Lodge is the only lodge in the 239 sq km Shaba National Reserve, which is the area where George Adamson of the “Born Free’ fame was a senior game warden. The lodge is set on a natural oasis whose water is channeled into cascades and fishponds on the entire premises.

After a leisurely breakfast and maybe an early morning swim, you can take an exhilarating game drive finishing up with a bush lunch served on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River. The area is home to herds of elephants, plenty of lions, cheetah, crocodiles, and a number of unique species of wildlife only found in this part of Kenya, such as the reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, the gerenuk, Beisa Oryx and the blue legged Somali ostrich.

There are 3 guided walks daily which will help you learn more about the indigenous medicinal plants common to the area. You can also see how many of the 350 different bird species you can spot. The lodge has a viewing deck overlooking the river with its Nile crocodiles. Between game viewing activities you can indulge in a Swedish or Aromatherapy massage.

Sarova Shaba is located in the Shaba National Reserve, in the semi arid region of Northern Kenya, just next to Ewaso Nyiro River.

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