- Activities: Safari Lodge Wildlife Game Drives Safari Walking Culture Honeymoon Conference Facility Photography Birding Day Tour Child Friendly.
- Attractions: The Lodge basks in a legacy bequeathed by Joy Adamson of the `Born Free` fame. She was wife of a prominent conservationist, George Adamson, who was a senior game warden of the area. Joy raised her adopted animals next door to the current Sarova Shaba Lodge`s site. She first came to Kenya in 1910 with her first husband whom she latter divorced. In 1956, George, in his capacity as the game warden was compelled to kill a man-eating lioness, which had three newly born cubs. So orphaned before they could imprint on any animate object, they were taken in by Joy Adamson who became their foster mother. She named them `Lustica`, `Big One`, and `Elsa`. She later found that she could not handle three fast growing lionesses; therefore she reluctantly sent the cubs to Blydrop, Rotterdam when they were five months old.
- Facilities: The lodge is a unique African experience for those with a true sense of adventure. A total of 85 luxury thatch-roofed bedrooms, all tastefully furnished with local material of Mazera Stone and timber off cut walls, face the river, each with sumptuous en-suite bathrooms. For ultimate luxury the lodge has a Superior Suite with private jacuzzi and 4 junior Suites to complete the variety of accommodation offered. Lodge facilities include an open-air restaurant overlooking the river, uniquely designed swimming pool, bars and curio shop. The serene oasis where the lodge is situated is also famous for the crocodiles that live in the Uaso Nyiro River.
- Additional Information: Game drives, camel safaris (guided by Samburu warriors!), swimming pool, outdoor dining, crocodile viewing and feeding from the Lodge`s special deck, Traditional dance from the local Samburu people, Bird-spotting, guided nature walks, dining with the locals