Aerial View of Sego Safari Lodge

Aerial View of Sego Safari Lodge

Situated in the depths of the Great Rift Valley, 320 Km from Nairobi in the lush Kerio Valley, close to Rimoi Game Reserve and 32 Km from Kabarnet (on the Nairobi – Eldoret Main Road) and 76 KM on Eldoret-Nyaru Road via Fluorspar. Sego Safari Lodge offers a tranquil environment to those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the towns for a quiet few days, to budget travelers and to those of independent mind who prefer off the-beaten track safaris.

For those who like to interact with the local people the pool table bar is a popular spot. The Wananchi Bar, with picturesque and awe inspiring views of the surrounding countryside, offers opportunities to meet with local personalities, leaders, farmers and teachers. The area is home to the Keiyo and Tugen people who belong to the larger Kalenjin grouping and who have produced notable farmers, cattlemen and athletes as well as key political leaders and business persons.

Sego and Keiyo Cultural Day

Sego and Keiyo Cultural Day

Sego and Keiyo Cultural Day

Sego and Keiyo Cultural Day

Orchard

The Lodge has its own orchards producing delicious oranges, pawpaws, water melons and bananas. The milk, meat, eggs and grain come from nearby farms ensuring that the meals are healthy, nutritious and fresh – the very same diet that produces Kenya’s world famous athletes! The mineral water bottled commercially by different companies is the recommended drink, although the usual range of soft drinks, beers, wines and spirits is available.