Samburu national reserve / Buffalo Springs Adventure Safari: This Safari takes you to some of the Kenyan best protected wildlife areas that will give you an insight of the beautiful landscapes, Soaring mountains and Savannas of Kenya which are home to diverse wildlife including the big five for a memorable holiday.
This Safari takes you to some of the Kenyan best protected wildlife areas that will give you an insight of the beautiful landscapes, Soaring mountains and Savannas of Kenya which are home to diverse wildlife including the big five for a memorable holiday.
After an early breakfast and hotel check out, you will be picked up from your hotel at 7AM and proceed to the Northern part of Kenya with a stop over at Nanyuki the Equator town. You will then continue the trip to the remote areas of the North. The entire trip will take about 6 hours. You will arrive at the lodge for check in followed by a sumptuous lunch. You will later on have an afternoon game drive at the reserve then return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
You will have an early breakfast then proceed for a morning game drive in the reserve in search of the Northern special 5 which includes the reticulated Giraffes, Gerenuks, Somali Ostrich and Beisa Oryx. The rocky habitat makes it one of the most conducive environment for spotting a Leopard. Elephants are also in plenty along the Ewasonyiro river. And on a lucky day you could also spot a Lion. After the game drive you will return back to the lodge for lunch and enjoy the lodge facilities before you embark on another game drive in the afternoon returning back to the lodge before dusk for dinner and over night.
You will have breakfast at your leisure then check out from the lodge. Your drive back to Nairobi will have a last minute shopping in Sagana then proceed to Nairobi.
- • inter hotel transfers from start to end of tour
- • Accommodation on full board basis
- • Free Wifi in the rooms and public areas of mentioned hotel
- • Our experienced and knowledgeable English/speaking driver guide
- • Our safari landcruiser with pop up roof
- • Park entrance fees.
- • Entry visa fees,
- • Optional extras whilst in Kenya
- • Drinks unless where indicated
- • Tips and gratuities,
- • Personal expenses such as telephone calls, mini bar, porter-age, travel insurance, etc.
The best month to go on an African safari will depend on the climate. The seasons are however complex, which will depend on the game viewing experience you have. Peak season is between June and September, where the weather is hot and safari game animals are active across Kenya’s National Parks, including the Wildebeest Migration. However, going between January and March are also months where game viewing is at it’s peak and the weather is conducive.
pallid safaris we have different type of vehicals eg we have land cruisers with pop up roof,we also have tour vans with pop up roof.
A safaris depends on the budget and the vehical one wish to use.