Camping safari to Samburu National Reserve 3days /2nights
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Camping safari to Samburu National Reserve 3days /2nights

Samburu national Reserve is gaining popularity as a safari which covers some of Kenya’s most admired tourist destination, this trip promises a lot. Samburu National reserve is becoming one of Kenya's most admired stops after the Mara with sights of the peculiarly branched doum palms and taut thorn trees giving an unusual look to the region.  Likewise, the permanent water supply acts like a lure for the abundant species found here, some endemic to the North of Kenya
Activity-Game Viewing, Camping, Scenery, , Photography, Culture, and Bird Watching

Day 1 – Samburu:
Depart Nairobi in the morning heading north via the shoulder of Africa's second largest mountain, Mt Kenya to the Samburu Game Reserve.  Accommodation in our semi-permanent campsite is beautifully set under a canopy of trees or we may pitch tents o¬n the edge of Uaso Nyiro (meaning Brown in Samburu) River.  Cold showers are available which are amazingly refreshing in the hot, dusty climate.   Dinner and overnight camping.


Day 2 –  Samburu
Day spent game viewing in the park appreciating the diverse landscape and variety of animal species.   
Samburu is part of a lava plain that includes a diverse landscape of thorn scrub, red dirt, dried river beds, broken volcanic rock, steep hills and rocky outcroppings.  The region is home to the uncommon Grevy’s zebra with huge fury ears, gerenuk antelope standing on hind legs to feed, Somali ostriches with distinct blue legs and the shy Oryx.  Elephant and crocodile are guaranteed sightings, excellent bird watching with numerous varieties of weaverbirds and the martial eagle.  Leopard sighting is also a special feature here. Dinner and overnight camping.
 Day 3.-Samburu -Nairobi
Drive back to Nairobi , enjoy lunch on the way and then do some shopping or sightseeing as you choose in the afternoon, Back to Nairobi by 5.00 p.m. Drop off at your hotel.

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University of Nairobi