You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space, the light, the adventure, the views, the walking. My place is good for couples and solo adventurers.
“The Glass Room was stunning, truly beyond words. The landscape, the skyline and the stars are breathtaking. This place was perfect for a couple. You have total privacy, no other guests, and practically no buildings as far as you can see. The hosts were so accommodating. We literally booked the morning of and they made it work, and they originally only had 1 night available, but ended up working their schedule out so that we could stay for 2 nights. The road getting to their house is challenging, but the view is well worth it. We also got to watch elephants from our bed, and saw plenty of zebras.”
Lion’s Cave Camp, Samburu is a unique luxury camp in Kenya, East Africa. Owner managed and run, guests are assured of a five-star, unforgettable safari stay. The Camp's mess area is set on the hillside overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro river waterfalls. The unique architecture of this camp follows beautiful natural design which reflects the natural environment and the natural resources of the Northern frontier district.
“A great experience in a fine location. A comfortable bed in a tent high above the Ewaso Ngiro River, just a few minutes by boda-boda or car on a well-maintained dirt road from the matatu stop in Archer's Post. Sunbirds, starlings, hornbills, bee-eaters and others in the surrounding bush; spoonbills, herons, egrets and others foraging below; kites and fish eagles above; monitor and agama lizards; baboons across and in the river, same with vervets - although the latter sometimes come to the restaurant/bar as well; squirrels, hyrax. Goat herders across the river, the bells on their animals adding to the chorus. The restaurant/bar is perched directly above the river. Expansive views; on clear days, Mt. Kenya is clearly visible. On clear nights, a memorable sky. You can walk down steep steps to reach the river, walk along and in it, wade in it (I was there before rains which are clearly behind schedule). Ablutions are in side by side outdoor stalls, about a one minute walk from the two tents. The pull chain shower under a tree is true bush; a 20 sec dousing in the very hot afternoon is a luxury. Owners Daniel and Rose have created a wonderful place. On weekends, people come from local towns and as far away as Nairobi to enjoy food and drink. For a tourist, it is great opportunity to meet Kenyans. It is impossible to exaggerate the quality of the staff. From the offering of a cold juice and cold towel on arrival to the warm expressions of friendship at the end of my one week stay, David and Kaliz (both Samburu moran) and chef (another) Daniel were ever-attentive, always asking if all was good. In quieter moments, there were good discussions with them, as well as with Rose. I learned a great deal about life in this part of the world and thank all of you for a truly memorable stay.”