21st - 28th February 2022
Dear Quentin and Adam
I am delighted to share your exciting Kenya safari for next February. In the following itinerary, you will explore northern Kenya in the Samburu region and then down to the south in the Mara Conservancies. In both these areas, there is a fantastic, diverse amount of wildlife, incredible local guides, and beautiful scenery. By choosing to travel with us you are actively supporting local communities and protecting wildlife.
Watch huge herds of elephants crossing the river
Hike in the hills and track wildlife on foot
Find large prides of Lion in the Mara North Conservancy
Learn about the Samburu and Masaai culture
7 nights of luxury accommodation
Price is based on two people sharing
Internal flights and transfers
All meals, drinks and shared safari activities
A wonderful ecolodge surrounded by the vast wilderness of the Kalama Community Conservancy and Samburu County.
The only lodge in the protected 80,000-hectare area, spot giant herds of elephants coming to drink at the waterholes, leopards stalking rocky outcrops, packs of African wild and local specialities such as Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, Somali ostrich and gerenuk or game drives and walks. But the real joy of Saruni Samburu is the culture and community here. Your guides and camp staff are local Samburu who are passionate about their land and their culture – the best possible guides in this very special place.
An intimate eco-lodge nestled in a secluded green valley of the Mara North Conservancy with the wide-open game plains to the south and lush forest.
Discover one of Africa’s most important conservation and wilderness areas. The Maasai Mara hosts an astounding diversity and density of wildlife year-round, especially lions, leopards, cheetahs and elephants. Between July and October, millions of wildebeests and zebras cross from the Serengeti in Tanzania to create an awe-inspiring natural spectacle known as the Great Migration.
Based out of a safari camp on a community-owned conservancy, you’ll get to enjoy game drives without the national park’s crowds, as well as enjoying the freedom to explore on guided safari walks and night excursions to spot nocturnal species. It also means you are directly supporting local communities and conservation through your stay, and get to meet the Maasai who are sharing their land with you.
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