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Tags : Wildlife Sanctuary

Timings : 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fees : Non-resident adults: USD 70
East African adult resident: KSHS 1,000
Adult Kenyan citizen: KSHS 500
Non-resident children aged 3 to 11: USD 40
Children (Under the age of 3): Free

Accommodation : Budget tented camps: Approximately USD 100 per person
Mid-range luxury safari lodge: USD 150 - USD 250 per person
Luxurious tented camp: USD 300 per person

Safari Cost : One-way flying safari: Approximately USD 200 - USD 250 per person
Two-way flying safari: USD 300 - USD 450 per person
Tour van: USD 80 per person per day
Landcruiser safari vehicle: USD 250 - USD 275 per vehicle per day

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Samburu National Reserve, Nairobi Overview

The Samburu National Reserve is one of East Africa’s most famous safari destinations located on the banks of the river Ewaso Ng’iro in Northern Kenya. Road safaris and flying safaris are popular here, along with hot air balloon safaris, game drives, horseback safaris, nature hikes, Maasai village visits, and sunset watching.

The reserve is home to many rare animal species and several conservancies, including the Kalama Conservancy and Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy. It is known for rare species like the Somali Ostrich, Beisa Oryx, Grevy Zebra and Gerenuk, over 900 elephants, and large predators like lions and leopards. It is also known for housing about 450 species of birds. Samburu National Reserve is an excellent place for photography as it boasts unmatched natural beauty and marvellous views of the Koito Gor and Ololokwe mountains. The Ewaso Ng’iro flows through doum palm groves and riverine forests in the heart of the reserve. Accommodation is also available here in tented camps and lodges.

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