Samburu National Reserve Tours & Holidays
Join us on a holiday to Samburu National Reserve
This conservation haven is said to be home to close to 900 elephants. Will you spot one on your safari adventure?
Kenya is one of the best destinations for an unforgettable safari holiday. This east African nation is home to Samburu National Reserve, a 64-square-mile landscape of palm groves, arid plains, jagged peaks, and riverine forests.
Situated on the banks of the Ewaso Ny’iro River, which rises to the west of Mount Kenya, Samburu is a peaceful, tranquil landscape. Despite this, it has a very wild population of some of the most incredible members of the animal kingdom. Venture into the reserve and you will get the chance to spot elephants, cheetahs, leopards, crocodiles, giraffes, and zebra. Some lesser-known beasts to look out for include the blue-legged Somali ostrich and the giraffe-necked gerenuk gazelle.
Things to do in Samburu National Reserve
Enjoy an authentic African wildlife experience in Samburu National Reserve. Here are some of the best ways to enjoy the reserve:
Spot a cheetah
Keep an eye out for a glimpse of a cheetah sprinting in the wild
See the sunset
Watch the setting sun with a drink in hand
Go on a game drive
Head out on a game drive to see one of the Big Five