3 Days 2 Nights Nakuru Camping

Come and see the world’s, “Theatre of the Wild”

Samburu Game Reserve is situated in the hot and arid fringes of Kenya’s vast Northern Frontier District. The area is home to the Samburu tribe,pastoral relatives of the Maasai. Samburu Reserve as a safari destination has rugged and dramatic landscape, the Owasso Nyiro River runs along the southern boundary dividing Samburu Game Reserve and is home to crocodile and hippo with the many animals visiting to drink during the heat of the day. Samburu safari may offer sighting of buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah and other plains game. Species of game unique to Samburu game reserve include the beisa
Oryx, the long necked Gerenuk, Gravy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe and the blue shanked Somali ostrich.

DEPARTURE TIMEPlease arrive by 0700hrs.
RETURN TIMEAfternoon on Day 3.
WEARComfortable and casual safari wear.
Game viewing drives.Bottled drinking water in safari vehicle.Government taxes and local levies.Park entrance fees.Nairobi airport transfers.
All meals on safari.Flying doctors medical, emergency and rescue cover.Transport in a customized open roof top 4*4 mini- van.Experienced English driver guide.
Personal communications charges for telephone calls, faxes, email, etc.Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. (Bottled mineral water is provided in the minivan while on game drives.)Laundry services.Maasai village visit.($15 – $20).
Between meal snacks, parks, attractions, and events not included in your itineraryTips.Rain jackets, hand cloves.Night game drive ($150 per person).
Camera, to capture the momentsIdentification card /Passport.
Pocket money for snacks, drinks, and other personal effects and souvenirsSnacks and drinks



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DAY ONE: Depart Nairobi/Lake Naivasha

Departure and Arrival.
  • Morning depart from Nairobi and drive to Naivasha,check in followed by lunch.In the afternoon drive to Hyrax Hill Museum. The Museum is a former farmhouse ceded to the monument in 1965, by the Late Mr. A. Selfe. A small museum was opened here where artifacts from the Hyrax Hill site and other sites in the Central Rift Valley are displayed.Numerous sites around the hill belong to different time periods with the earliest finds dating back to the Neolithic period. There is evidence in the form beach sands that a fresh water Lake once extended right to the base of the hill; turning the hill into a peninsular or even an island. The mighty prehistoric lake is believed to have covered the valley from Nakuru to Lake Elementaita about 8,500 years ago. Traces of it have been found at Hyrax Hill, the Wakumi Burial Site, Gambles.Then head to Lord Egerton Castle Nakuru located in Ngata, Njoro, 14kms from Nakuru town was constructed between 1938- 1954 by Lord Maurice Egerton of England to impress his bride to be. It is a 28-minute drive on a not-so-well-marked road off the Nakuru-Kisumu highway.The rolling hills and shrubs of Njoro in the background brings out the Picturesque backdrop for this British-styled splendid piece of architecture.Dinner and Overnight at Fisherman’s Camp or similar

DAY TWO: Lake Nakuru National Park

Breakfast at the camp and followed by drive to Lake Nakuru National Park where you will have a game drive where you will get to see hundreds of thousands of flamingos canopy the shallow edges of Lake Nakuru. Pelicans and hundreds of other bird species will be seen. Possible to see includes both the black and white rhino, lions, warthogs, antelopes, baboons and many other animals. Proceed back to the camp for lunch and relaxation at the camp like swimming. Dinner and overnight at Fisherman’s Camp or similar.

DAY THREE: Hell’s gate/back to Nairobi

Breakfast at the camp, followed by check out then head to Hell’s Gate National Park lies south of Lake Naivasha in Kenya, north west of Nairobi. Hell’s Gate National Park is named after a narrow break in the cliffs, once a tributary of a prehistoric lake that fed early humans in the Rift Valley. It was established in 1984. A small national park, it is known for its wide variety of wildlife and for its scenery.[2] This includes the Fischer’s Tower and Central Tower columns and Hell’s Gate Gorge. The national park is also home to three geothermal power stations at Olkaria. The park is equipped with three basic campsites and includes a Maasai Cultural Center, providing education about the Maasai tribe’s culture and traditions.

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