Samburu National Park  - Ahambi Tour Kenya Wildlife Safaris
Samburu National Park 

Samburu National Park 


Welcome to the enchanting realm of Samburu National Park, a hidden gem in Kenya’s northern frontier. With its rich wildlife, stunning landscapes, vibrant cultural experiences, photographic opportunities, easy accessibility, and comfortable accommodation, Samburu is a haven for nature enthusiasts and adventurers seeking an authentic African experience. Join Ahambi Tours as we embark on an immersive journey into the wonders of Samburu National Park.

Rich Wildlife

Samburu National Park is renowned for its diverse and unique wildlife, offering visitors an extraordinary safari adventure. The park is home to several rare and endemic species that cannot be found elsewhere in Kenya. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to encounter the “Samburu Special Five” – the Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, Somali ostrich, and the gerenuk. In addition to these iconic species, Samburu hosts a wealth of other wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffaloes, and hippos. The Ewaso Ng’iro River, which runs through the park, serves as a vital water source, attracting a plethora of wildlife throughout the year.

Stunning Scenery

Prepare to be captivated by the breathtaking landscapes that grace Samburu National Park. The arid savannah, dotted with acacia trees and rocky outcrops, creates a dramatic backdrop for wildlife encounters. The sight of the Ewaso Ng’iro River winding its way through the park, flanked by lush vegetation and towering doum palms, is a sight to behold. Samburu’s rugged beauty, characterized by its contrasting colors and rugged terrain, provides a unique and picturesque setting for photographers and nature enthusiasts alike.

Cultural Experience

Samburu National Park not only showcases exceptional wildlife but also offers a fascinating cultural experience. The park is located in the ancestral lands of the Samburu people, a semi-nomadic tribe known for their rich cultural heritage. Engage with the Samburu community, visit their traditional villages called Manyattas, and immerse yourself in their way of life. Witnessing traditional dances, learning about their customs and rituals, and interacting with the colorful Samburu warriors present an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of this ancient culture.

Photographic Opportunities

For photographers, Samburu National Park is a paradise of visual splendor. The park’s unique wildlife species and stunning landscapes offer endless possibilities for capturing awe-inspiring moments. From close-up portraits of the regal reticulated giraffes to capturing the intense gaze of a leopard perched on a rocky outcrop, every frame tells a story of untamed beauty. The golden hour light casting a warm glow over the wildlife and the vibrant colors of the Samburu people’s attire add an extra touch of magic to your photographs.


Despite its remote location, Samburu National Park is easily accessible. It is situated approximately 350 kilometers (217 miles) north of Nairobi, and a journey by road takes around 5-6 hours. Alternatively, you can opt for a short domestic flight to the Samburu airstrip, which is well-served by scheduled flights. Although the journey may be longer compared to other parks, the reward of exploring this untouched wilderness is well worth it.


Samburu National Park offers a range of accommodation options to suit different preferences and budgets. From luxury lodges overlooking the Ewaso Ng’iro River to traditional tented camps, you can find comfortable and well-appointed accommodations that blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings. These accommodations offer impeccable service, delicious cuisine, and a chance to unwind in the serenity of the African wilderness.

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