Samburu Beach in the Bush

17 March 2016

KENYA: Exchange beach sand for river sand, palm trees for acacias and dolphins for elephants. Keep the endless views, kikoys, water and expansive spaces. It is easy to see why more travellers use SASAAB as a great end to a safari and for those seeking to chill out, The Safari Collection has introduced a new rate:
 
Beach in the Bush - from US$ 350 per person per night.

NEED TO KNOW:
  • WHAT IS THERE — space, privacy, breathtaking views, private plunge pools, a brilliant spa, large main infinity pool with spacious lounging area and special oven for interactive pizza lunches, beautiful walks, watching elephants in the river, landscapes and sunsets that make you want to linger.
  • HOW DOES IT WORK — choose the Beach in the Bush rate of US$ 350 pps. Applies to guests 2 years and older. Minimum stay 3 nights. Save up to US$ 520 per person per day. Includes accommodation, all meals and soft drinks, Sasaab airstrip transfers and laundry. Relax, chill out and add in safari activities as required.
    Valid 01 MARCH - 31 MAY and 01 SEPTEMBER - 30 NOVEMBER 2016.
    TIP: activity rates are commissionable when pre-booked.
  • ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES — guided walks with or without sundowners, sunrise camel walks with bush breakfast, half or full day game drives in Samburu National Reserve, fly camping, guided market or manyatta visits, quad biking adventures with bush breakfast, and of course, spa treatments.
  • SUSTAINABILITY — Sasaab is one of only 23 lodges in Kenya that are Gold Eco-rated by Ecotourism Kenya, a prestigious certification based on environmental and social criteria.
DOWNLOADS:
Fact Sheet Beach in the Bush Download Map Image Gallery
 
The Beach in the Bush Rate is not to be confused with the Safari & Beach Offer, whereby you receive fantastic inclusions on a normal 4-nights or more safari stay.
 
Happy selling!
Suzanne

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