can anyone direct me to a good site in northern kenya


Country: Kenya


Wild Camel Safari (7 Days)
Day 1: Nairobi / Maralal
After breakfast, depart our Nairobi offices traveling via Nyahururu.Rumuruti to our Maralal Camel Club for overnight in self contained bandas cottages.

Day 2: Camel Trekking / Walking
After breakfast depart with your camel and Morans into the bush. You will ride through the area never quite sure what you will see. It should be remembered that this safari is not primarily a game-viewing safari.

It is one led by and in total harmony with the local Samburu people. Picnic lunch enroute, afternoon arrival at your pre-prepared camp where your cook will be ready to offer you afternoon tea and snacks. Thereafter, an optional guided walk through the bush before dinner and overnight under the stars.
Day 3- 5: Camel Trekking / Walking
Mattresses pad, the locally wooden frames on the camels, and after breakfast you are set and through the bush either hiking or walking as you choose. It is a leisurely pace and you may change from walking to hiking as your prefer. You will pass by Samburu Manyattas that your lead Moran can organize for you to visit. As this is spontaneous, the Moral will discuss with the elders for permission for your entry and you will be asked to pay something towards the family for photography and viewing their homes.
This is not always included in the safari cost and is only a small amount offered as a courtesy. Each day you will have a picnic lunch in the bush, then combine to your next campsite, where your cook will be waiting for you. Greater par of your evening shall be spend inside water and a shower will be erected for you to dust off (depending on water availability).
Day 6: End of Camel Trek
The camel trek ends late morning back at the Clubhouse. Here you will take lunch before walking with your Moran guides into the frontier town of Maralal. The art crafts to see, the Samburu market and a way of life different from other places you might have visited on your holiday.
In the evening, the Morans and their ladies will perform dances for you as entertainment at the club where you will be free to take as many pictures as you want even to join in the dancing if you feel up to it. This night you are in the bandas again and can clean up before your free return transfer in the morning.
Day 7: Maralal / Nairobi
After breakfast, transfer back to Nairobi. You are expected to arrive in Nairobi usually in the late afternoon. Lunch is not included on this day.
• Camel Safari
• Saddles and Handler guides
• Two persons tents- sewn in ground sheet and mosquito netting.
• Bed sheets and Blankets
• Camping equipment except sleeping bags, which you can always hire from us.
• 3 meals a day whilst on safari prepared by our cook
• Accommodation in bandas at Maralal
• Samburu dancing
Safari Terms and conditions
• Guaranteed tour daily departure
• Minimum order two people.
The above price includes:
• All clients game park entrance fees
• Transport in a tour safari van minibus
• Services of a qualified tour driver/guide
• Hotel accommodation or lodge or camp
• Three meals a day
• All park vehicle entrance fees
• Drivers allowance Price Excludes
• Driver guide and Translater guide tips
• All personal expense not mentioned above
Individual and discounted group rates also available on request
Cost:$ 280 per person per day

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Samburu Game Reserve

Area - 833 sq km (the 3 reserves combined)
Distance from Nairobi - 340 km - 5 hours by road.

These three reserves lie adjacent to each other, and are located in the hot, arid northern region of Kenya. The three reserves are in the beautiful and still unspoilt country of the Samburu people. Proud, happy, friendly, they defy the modern world to go about their traditional business and still cherish the customs and colorful ceremonies of their ancestors. Ewaso Nyiro River goes through the three reserves. In fact this river forms the boundary between Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves. Each reserve is run separately.

As the area is so arid, game is concentrated along the banks of the river, making game viewing particularly good.

The reserves are within the land of Samburu cousins of the Masai and contain wildlife species rarely found else where including Grevy’s zebra, and the long necked gerenuk.

Other wildlife in the reserves: lion, herds of elephant, reticulated giraffe, leopard vervet and blue monkey, and Beisa oryx. The leopards are a very frequent sight in Samburu.

Bird life: Marshal eagle, pygny falcon, blue-legged Somali ostrich, hornbill and Egyptian geese.

Eyes on Nature Expeditions is big enough to fully cover all your tour requirements yet small enough to empathetically involve itself in your tour with quality personalized /customized services.

Other services provided by Eyes on Nature Expeditions include:-
• International and domestic airline ticketing;
• Tailor made FIT (Fully Inclusive Tour) International itineraries to suit your client’s needs;
• Long or short tour packages within Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa and Seychelles;
• Incentive tour programs which includes stays in prime properties and exotic locations;
• Airport/hotel/Airport transfers;
• City and local excursions;
• Shopping itineraries;
• Airport transfers;
• Conferencing and event management;
• Special interest groups such as Golfing, Honeymoon, Bird watching, Fishing safaris and others.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any additional information or assistance that you may require. Individual and discounted group rates also available on request.

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you can go and visit sibiloi and central national park. Sibiloi national park is located on the eastern shores of lake turkana. this area is known as the cradle of mankind and it has many captivating prehistoric, archeological and fossil sites. although this is the most remote national park , the heritage of the area makes it worthwhile to visit. the human fossils have been removed but three fossils have been enclosed, a giant tortoise over 3 million years, an ancient crocodile and a big tusked behemoth, an ancestor of the elephant are enclosed in this area.

there are over 300 species of bird in the sibiloi national park found along the shores of lake turkana.

the dry landscape offers panoramic view of expansive wilderness and this attrcts a number of animals like the oryx, the rare lesser kuduand the gravy's zebras

the central national park is a scenic island with an extinct volcano that rises out of the middle of the lake turkana. the three volcanic craters created lakes and there are active sulfur and steam vents, this island is refuge to breeding crocodiles. april to may is the month to see hatching.

there are also a number of bird found on this island that use the location as nesting sites. you can alco visit the samburu buffalo spring and the shaba national reserve located at the north of isiolo along the banks od ewaso ngiro river, you can observe the ethnic people, folk customs, swimming and water activity you can consult us at the best of africa for more information on the sites


you can visit loyangalani and lake turkana(rudolf) and see the elmolo people after wards you may visit maralal on youir way back and witness a camel derby.

Hey, if you check the above sites, they can direct you to some sites with a variety of activities to do and places to stay.

Hope we have helped.
Yes you can go to Lake Turukana on the East of the lake there is nice camping site called Sibiloi which is west north of kenya or you can go to North East side of kenya called Moyale there is a Kws camp site at the boder of Kenya and Ethiopia also you can go to samburu game reserve or you can go to Marsabit National reserve enjoy your time and stay Bless..

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