Samburu and Shaba National Parks

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Samburu & Shaba National Parks

The Samburu National Reserve is situated on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, central Kenya. One of Kenya's least known and least visited game reserves, Samburu is home to a number of species rarely seen elsewhere, including Grevy's zebra, the reticulated giraffe and the Beisa oryx.

Kenya Maasai Mara Safari in Green Season

Saw 172 cats, 20 cheetah, 3 leopard, 2 serval and 147 lion. Took 1300 photos-they will take some sorting out!

Annie

Featured itineraries

The Best of Kenya

This small group itinerary is perfect for those who want to see as much of Kenya as possible but who have relatively little time in which to do so. Visiting the parks of Samburu, Lake Nakuru and the incredible Maasai Mara you will have the opportunity to see plenty of wildlife including some endemic species such as Gerunuk and Rothschild Giraffe. You will also stay in excellent lodges and travel with knowledgeable guides, making for a fantastic introduction to East Africa.

Destination

  • Kenya

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from£1595 pp

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Accommodation

Joy's Camp

Occupying the same spot as Joy Adamson's tented home, Joy's Camp overlooks a busy watering hole in Shaba National Reserve, a remote and little visited pocket of Kenya.

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Larsen's Camp

Larsen's Camp is a stylish retreat situated in Kenya's Samburu National Reserve. It has twenty rooms and is ideal for families thanks to its easy atmosphere and good facilities including pool.

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Samburu Intrepids

Samburu Intrepids is a well-presented mid-range safari camp situated in the Samburu National Reserve, in the central Kenyan highlands. It offers comfortable accommodation for a large number of guests.

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Saruni Samburu

Saruni Samburu is a stylish, Italian-owned lodge with a wonderfully remote location in the Kalama Mountains just outside of the little-visited Samburu National Reserve.

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Testimonial

Sarah at Gane and Marshall organised with consummate skill and efficiency, what was a complex safari package.

Dr Mike Leary-Ohwin