FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Have you ever wondered what the word ‘Saruni’ actually means? What makes Saruni Samburu eco-friendly? Or, what you should wear on safari? Well, wonder no more……
We have compiled a list of ‘frequently-asked questions’ relating to Saruni and each lodge. Please find answers to each of the questions below in the downloadable PDF at the end of the list. Happy reading!
- What does the word 'Saruni' mean?
- What is the difference between a private conservancy and the Samburu National Reserve?
- How many lodges/camps are there in the Kalama Conservancy?
- What makes Saruni Samburu and the area so special?
- When is it the best time to visit?
- Do I need a visa?
- What should I wear?
- What equipment should I bring?
- Do you have telephone network and Wi-Fi at the lodge?
- Can children come on safari?
- Can my food requirements be accommodated?
- Is Kenya safe?
- I love animals and wildlife, but I am keen to learn about the local people too. How can you accommodate it?
- How do the Maasai and Samburu tribes differ?
- What makes Saruni Samburu eco-friendly?
- How do I get to Saruni Samburu?
- Do you have a private airstrip?
- What health precautions should I take?
- What if there is an emergency and I need to be evacuated for health reasons? Is Saruni isolated?
- What else can I do at Saruni Samburu in addition to going on a game drive watching wildlife?
- What about snakes, insects, bugs etc.?
- How long should a safari be?
- What cars do you have? Am I safe in the car? Can we have exclusive use?
- What are conservation fees – and why do I need to pay them?
- How much does a safari cost?
- Are you allowed to hunt animals in Kenya?
- How do you support the local community?
- What other properties does Saruni have in Kenya?
- Can I ask you a question that is not listed here?