Samburu National Park


Situated alongside the Ewaso Nyiro River and surrounded by the savannah plains, Samburu National Reserve is home to rare wildlife such as the Grevy’s Zebra, Somali Ostrich, Reticulate Giraffe, Generuk and the Beisa Oryx. Together, they are known as the Samburu Special Five.

Samburu National Reserve continues to overflow with awesomeness and it’s here that Kamunyak, the miracle lioness that adopted the baby oryx called home. The park also plays host to Leopards, Lions and Cheetahs. To top it all, the park boasts over 450 bird species.

By Road
You can drive from Nakuru – especially if you decided to do a multi-destination safari. It is about 300km/190mi and the driving time is roughly 5.5 hours.

By Air

From here, you can either take a domestic flight into Samburu’s airstrip or self-drive to the reserve.

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Samburu National Park