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Where to go, what to do while in Kenya.


Established in the 1980s, The Samburu National Park is located in Samburu County on the banks of the famous Ewaso Ng’iro River. On the opposite side, the reserve borders The Buffallo Springs National Reserve.

The Samburu national park is home to the world renowned “Kamunyak”, the lioness which made news for famously adopting Oryx calves. Though it is one of the little known conservation areas in the region, the reserve offers a lot of attraction surrounding its savannah plains.

The Samburu National Reserve is found about 350km from Nairobi and occupies an area of 162km2


  • Wildlife; it has very many rare species of animals which include Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, Gerenuk, Beisa Oryx and reticulated giraffe. Other animals in the reserve include the buffalo, elephant, hippo, impala and three of the big cats; lion, cheetah and leopard.
  • Over 400 different species of birds which include; sunbirds, bee eaters, eagles and the marabou stock
  • Rivers i.e. the Ewaso Ng’iro

Activities to do;

Bird watching, river rafting, game viewing, game drives and sundowners.


All year round