Nairobi, Samburu, Buffalo Springs, Lewa, Masai Mara
Nairobi, the bustling capital city of Kenya, serves as a gateway to a world of diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes. Journeying north from Nairobi, Samburu National Reserve, located on the banks of the Ewaso Ng'iro River, is home to rare wildlife species such as Grevy's zebras, Somali ostriches, and reticulated giraffes. Buffalo Springs National Reserve, adjacent to Samburu, offers similar natural wonders, including a picturesque oasis attracting elephants and buffalo.
Further north lies Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a haven for both wildlife and local communities. Here, visitors can witness the remarkable conservation efforts in place to protect endangered species like rhinos and Grevy's zebras. The conservancy's picturesque landscapes provide an ideal backdrop for
unforgettable safari experiences.
Lastly, Masai Mara, situated in southwestern Kenya, beckons adventurers with its iconic savannahs and abundant wildlife. This world-renowned game reserve hosts the annual Great Migration, where millions of wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles traverse the plains in search of greener pastures, creating a spectacle like no other.