The lodge is built to reflect the architectural heritage of the local communities whose
sons and daughters make up the majority of the work force at the lodge. Fifteen
cottages, each with two bedrooms are built in an arch formation on either side
of the public areas to surround the waterhole but leaving a wide gap to allow
the animals free movement to the water.
Meals are served in an open sided restaurant adjacent to the bar and swimming pool
all facing the waterhole. The sunset is a sight to behold and the star-studded
African night sets in fast, the only interruption being the occasional lion roar,
laughter of the hyena or the sweet flute melody from Samburu Warriors.