Nestled at an elevation of 5,500 feet (1676 metres) above sea level, Desert Rose stands as a one-of-a-kind eco-friendly lodge. Situated on the lush cedar forest slopes of Mount Nyiru, this remarkable lodge overlooks the Elbarta plains, gracefully positioned between the Karisia Mountains and Lake Turkana in North Kenya. Comprising five distinct houses, the lodge can comfortably accommodate up to twelve individuals. Its remote and untouched setting fosters a close bond with nature, creating an extraordinary sense of spirituality that entices both people and wildlife. Notably, a friendly leopard has made its home nearby, adding to the lodge's allure. The captivating calls of this magnificent creature can be heard from a distance during the early mornings and at dusk. While the lodge is devoid of network coverage, there is a designated spot fondly known as the "Safaricom rock," where one may find some network connection, weather permitting. This unique feature has earned the spot its name. Desert Rose offers a truly exceptional experience, enveloping guests in a serene and surreal ambiance amid the untamed wilderness, making it a destination unlike any other.