Deep in the arid North Country of Kenya; situated across the Great North Road, is Shaba National Reserve. It forms part of a trio of reserves quite different from the ones found in Kenya. Shaba takes its name from Mount Shaba (1525 meters), a volcanic mountain that became extinct around 5,000 years ago and lies on the border of the reserve. Built in an oasis around the natural terrain of this breathtaking volcanic desert, the Lodge is attractively laid out with chalet style rooms overlooking the Uaso Nyiro River. Natural spring water has been harnessed to ribbon its way in and out, all around the property creating a beautiful landscape. Coupled with the large free-form swimming pool that flows around the lush gardens and tall trees, all this refreshing water lends an almost magical feel to this natural oasis.
Sarova Shaba Game Lodge excels in the freshness and quality of its food which is supported by the Lodge’s own vegetable and herb garden. The Surpelei Restaurant serves a variety of pan-african, pan-european and pan-asian cuisines in the serenity of the natural world around you. The restaurant is situated on stilts overlooking the river and offers stunning views of the wild-life and enchanting sunsets. Intimate lunches and dinners can be arranged at various out-door locations in the Lodge including the lawns where natural springs flow. You may also choose a Bush Dinner, which is a spectacular dining experience under a star-studded sky, with live bar-be-cue of game meats and other local delicacies. These meals are always accompanied by traditional music and dance.
Guests have a chance to unwind to the soothing sound of water by the Bar located along the river bank. This fully stocked bar offers a variety of cocktails, wines and spirits The pool bar serves refreshing juices, beer, and light beverages.
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