Forget the sandy beaches in the coast,forget the Hilly Rift Valley,or even the greenlands in Kericho. How about a bedroom where the night sky is your ceiling and the hills in the distance are your walls.
As Loisaba Conservancy lies just off the equator there are the most beautiful night skies. Unique to Loisaba, the Starbeds are an African adventure in themselves – handcrafted four-poster beds which sit on wheels, are rolled out onto raised wooden platforms so that guests can sleep under the endless African night sky. With beautiful brass fittings, the bathrooms allow you to keep your eye on the beautiful dam.
The main communal area at the Starbeds offers a cosy and homely dining room, sitting room and a wooden deck which is the perfect spot for a sunny breakfast. Guided and hosted by a team of traditional Samburu and Laikipia Maasai Warriors this cultural experience will most definitely be a memorable one.
The Loisaba Starbeds are located among a kopje of rocks in one of the Eastern Valleys, overlooking the Kiboko Watehole. Home to a resident hippo family, and a main water source for passing game, the Starbeds bring you close to nature.