Saruni Eagle View

A minimalist traditional safari style Lodge in the secluded Mara Naboisho Conservancy

Named as one of the top 25 eco-lodges in the world by National Geographic, Saruni Eagle View is perfectly located on a slope that provides breathtaking views of the African Plains, a natural waterhole for wildlife adjacent to the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. Stay in simple but comfortable ensuite tents with a minimalist design that blends in seamlessly with the surroundings. Floor-to-ceiling mesh walls and a private elevated deck provide unobstructed views of the wilderness and its inhabitants at all times. Relaxing amenities include an open-air shower and free WiFi. Each day, take a game drive or a guided safari walk to spot wild animals. Back at the camp, indulge in a variety of local and international flavors made with fresh organic ingredients.


*The property was called Basecamp Eagle View prior to the merger of Saruni and Basecamp Explorer.

Location of Saruni Eagle View

Nestled on a hilltop in a secluded portion of Naboisho conservancy, the camp offers breathtaking panoramas of the endless Koiyaki plains. Animals like elephants, giraffes, hippos, and plains game often visit a salt lick and waterhole located at the foot of the hill.

Rooms in Saruni Eagle View

The innovative architecture and minimal design enhance the purity of the natural surroundings. Saruni Eagle View, a Gold Eco-rated property certified by Eco Tourism Kenya, is small, intimate, and very special. Its tents are spaciously laid out in modern safari style, providing guests with a peaceful and relaxing escape.


Saruni Eagle View offers 6 double tents and three family tents. with either attached or detached two bedrooms. The rooms are equipped with king-size double or twin beds, a restroom with bio-flush toilets and two showers, one indoor and one open-air safari shower, in-room wifi, and a private elevated viewing deck that provides breathtaking views of the Naboisho Conservancy.


Some of the tents are oriented toward the west to maximize the sunset, while some have the breathtaking sunrise view.

Wildlife seen at Saruni Eagle View

The camp is unfenced and in front of a watering hole, so big games are seen right from the room. Naboisho is home to large density of big cats.

Food and Dining in Saruni Eagle View

In the spacious restaurant, you can indulge in the delectable dishes that the Maasai chefs have skillfully prepared. While you are enjoying your dinner, you may observe the elephants and the abundant plains wildlife that are going about their business at the watering hole.


In Saruni Eagle View, you could eat in the bush or on the deck before relaxing around the fireplace with a Masai warrior telling you fascinating stories.

Activities in Saruni Eagle View

  • Guided, shared day & night game drives
  • Picnics, bush meals & sundowners
  • Maasai Wellbeing Spa
  • Guided bush walks
  • Hot Air Balloon Safari
  • Warriors Academy – family activity
  • Drive atop Mount Kilileoni
  • Ol Chorro Rhino Sanctuary visit
  • Migration River Crossing
  • Birdwatching
  • Seedballs throwing
  • Traditional Ceremonies & Blessings
  • Visit to local weekly village marketTribal Story-Telling through song & dance

Saruni Eagle View, More Information

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Indoor shower
  • Mosquito net over bed
  • In-room water dispenser
  • Private verandah
  • Private living area (Family Villa & Private Villa)
  • In-room safe
  • Electricity
  • Library
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