Samburu National Reserve


The short dry season from January to February is a perfect time to experience the wonders of Samburu National Reserve. The rainless savannahs are fit for guided walks and games. The number of visitors is lower than the peak months, allowing you to savor the beauty of the reserve without dealing with crowds. Many mammals like antelopes give birth during this season to benefit the abundant source of water and food. Being one of the most popular parks in Kenya, Samburu is where a wide variety of wildlife dwells. There are swamps, rivers, and hills that you can explore. Elephants, crocodiles, and hippos are just a few of the animals you can watch in their natural habitat. The Samburu National Reserve will stun you with its treasured nature and abundance of life.