‘Sun-downers’ by the Ewaso Nyiro River
High on the roof of the lodge is a terrace, which overlooks the waterhole. Here, as the sun goes down, private ‘sundowners’ or evening cocktails can be served as you watch the animals as they slowly make their way to the waterhole. Floodlit at night, it attracts a wide variety of species; common visitors include elephants, buffalos, water bucks, warthogs, baboons, genet cats, red duikers and marsh mongooses. Alternatively a private dinner can be served on the terrace.