‘’Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference” – Robert Frost
Wild animals in the area are shy and scattered. It is a home for bushbucks, warthogs, ostriches, hyenas, jackals, vervet monkeys, the endangered Grevy zebras, gerenuks, migrating elephants.
Baboons and leopards are often heard close-by in the granite rock cliffs and the fig trees abound with birdlife. In close proximity to the lodge, we have an exciting natural rock slide and a perfect picnic site, a fun spot to spend the midday hours.
There is a multitude of walks one can take from the lodge in the dry rugged country on the valley floor or high in the Cedar forest.