Samburu Game Reserve is one of the lesser-known national parks, yet is in any case overflowing with life. Arranged close by the EwasoNyiro River, there is bounty to pull in wildlife from the encompassing savannah fields. The reserve is wealthy in wildlife with a bounty of uncommon northern pro species, for example, the Grevy's zebra, Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk and the beisaoryx (likewise alluded to as Samburu Special Five). The reserve is likewise home to elephants and huge predators, for example, the lion, leopard and cheetah. Kamunyak the marvel lioness that received the child oryx was as an inhabitant in the reserve. Wild dog sightings are likewise a typical fascination in this one of a kind secured zone. Birdlife is plenteous with more than 450 species recorded.
Samburu can be visited all year, however wildlife viewing is generally best in the dry a long time from June to October and December to March. It is astute to keep away from the tallness of the Wet seasons (November, April and May). Amid these months, spotting wildlife in the long grass is additionally testing.
You reach the reserve either by roadways or via airways:
Roadways: You can opt for hiring vehicle, take open transportation, or book an open-finished minibus or safari van to visit the park. It is situated about 345km from Nairobi, or around a five-hour drive.
Airways: The amusement hold is open via air and there are every day flights from Nairobi to Samburu that you can book on the web. Travel time is around 45 minutes and the flights arrive at the park's airstrip. You can also take private charter flights to the park’s airstrip.
Extraordinary wildlife seeing with four of the Big Five moderately simple to discover (except rhino) Fascinating well evolved creature species limited to the bone-dry north Wonderful barren scenery Incredible birding with many dry-nation specials