The peaceful atmosphere and the authentic wilderness experience set it apart from the better-known wildlife reserves in the country. Situated on the banks of the Ewaso Ngíro River, with its palm groves and dense forests, there is plentiful wildlife and the bird watching is especially good.
Samburu is also known for some rather unique wildlife not usually seen elsewhere. A visit to the reserve will bring you in sight of such memorable species as Grevy's Zebra, the reticulated giraffe and the Beisa onyx. And this is one of the few parks where you have a good chance of spotting African wild dogs.
|Languages spoken||English, Swahili, Maa|
|Currency used||Kenya Shilling(KES) , USD|
|Area (km2)||64 sq mi|