On the northern edge of Kenya’s arid savannahs are three national reserves which cluster around the life giving, mighty Ewaso Nyiro River. Samburu is the best known, then there’s the quieter Buffalo Springs reserve, and last, but not least, the beautiful Shaba reserve.
The reserves and surrounding conservancies are wilder than Kenya’s other parks, with rugged mountainous backdrops, undulating plains and a mix of riverine forest and grassland set along the Ewaso Nyiro River. The area is home to some of Kenya’s more unusual wildlife species including gerenuk and Grevy zebra. A particularly special aspect here is the colourful Samburu people and their culture.
Wild and rugged location
Great cultural and adventure activities
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