Sasaab is situated in Westgate Community Conservancy of Ngutuk Ongiron Group Ranch (NOGR), in the Northern Frontier District of Kenya.
The conservancy was established in 2004 - it borders Samburu National Reserve to its south east, Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy to its east and Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust to the north.
The Westgate Community Conservancy is part of the Northern Rangeland Trust, which is a cruicial habitat for the endangered Grevy’s Zebra.
Wildlife viewing in the area is diverse - lion, leopard and cheetah or the Samburu Special Five (Grevy’s Zebra, Reticulated Giraffe, Beisa Oryx, Gerenuk and Somali Ostrich).
Samburu is also known for its large herds of elephants, especially the bulls of the area.
Sasaab's nine distinctive rooms have Egyptian cotton sheets on four poster beds and invigorating showers in spacious bathrooms.
Each room is over one hundred square meters in size and extends out to the verandah and private plunge pool with views overlooking the river and wildlife below.
Sasaab is situated in a culturally rich area offering an exciting mixture of Samburu life.
Visits can be arranged to traditional ceremonies such as blessing rituals, weddings, Morani dancing and Manyatta visits and visits to local Samburu markets.
- Morning, afternoon and night game drives
- Camel safaris
- Walking safaris
- Fly camping
- Trips to the local Samburu markets on Wednesdays and Thursdays
- Children's activities
- Spa located on the banks of the river