Your day starts with an early breakfast at the camp at 7:00 am, you will leave for an extensive game drive in the reserve.
The park exploration will bring you close to the wildlife including leopards, lions, hyenas, cheetahs, antelopes, etc.
Samburu’s diverse wildlife tend to cluster close together near the life-giving Ewaso Ng’iro river which meanders through the reserve, leaving a trail of lush pastures for the reserve’s thousands of wild game species.
After a 3-hour game drive, you will head back to your camp for a snack and thereafter a cultural tour experience at Samburu village where you will interact with and learn about the fascinating local people in this area.
The cattle, goat, and camel-herding Samburu people are closely related to the Masai and they also wear the similar traditional dress of blankets and beads and maintain a very similar lifestyle.
You will discover more about their nomadic way of life, and participate in the numerous activities that define a typical Samburu homestead.
These include goading cattle into pens, making traditional ornaments, and milking goats. The activities at this stop last for 2 hours, after which you will return to the camp in time for your dinner and overnight stay.
Luxury: Samburu Game Lodge
Midrange: Ashnil Samburu Camp
Budget: Samburu Riverside Camp