|Package name||Samburu Easter Holiday Offers - Samburu Sopa Lodge|
|Duration||2 Nights/3 days|
|Departure Dates||10/04/2020 to 13/04/2020|
|Price (Per Person On Twin Sharing)||KES 24800|
|Package Start From||Nairobi ,|
Depart from Nairobi to Samburu National Reserve via Nanyuki and wiil be able to see the rich agricultural land. This journey will take approximately 6 hrs. On arrival, check in and enjoy a spot of lunch at the Samburu Sopa Lodge. After relaxing, proceed to a late afternoon game drive in the reserve, returning for dinner and an overnight stay.
Enjoy a full day in Samburu National Reserve with early morning, mid-morning and afternoon game drives in the park .After lunch visit Masai village and buy their colorful ornaments an overnight stay take place at Samburu Sopa Lodge.
Enjoy an early morning game drive in the park then return to the lodge for a colorful buffet ,proceed for the check out .have a drive to Nairobi game drive en route of the park.'KARIBU KENYA'
|Hotel/ Lodge Accomodation|
|Use of customized safari vehicle with Pop up roof for game viewing and photography|
|Bottled water – 1 per person per day|
|Game drives as per the program|
|Services of an experienced English -Speaking driver guide (other languages on request)|
|All government taxes applicable|
|Meals on Full board ( Includes Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)|
|Extras at the lodge/hotel –tips, drinks, telephone, laundry or any other personal expenses|
|Park Entrance Fee|
|Any item of any nature not mentioned above|
A 50% deposit is payable on confirmation of booking and the balance is due before the date of check in.
Bookings not secured by the appropriate deposit will be released automatically and without prior notification.
|Samburu Sopa Lodge||Nairobi||2 Nights|
Samburu National Reserve is situated at the southeastern corner of Samburu District in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya. It is bordered to the south by Ewaso Nyiro River, which separates it from the Buffalo Springs National Reserve.
The reserve covers an area of 165 Km² and is located around 345Km from Nairobi.It lies within ecological zone V- which is classified as arid and semi- arid with moisture index of 42 to 57, which indicate that evapo-transpiration is greater than available moisture. The days are extremely hot while the nights are cool. The annual mean temperatures range between 18ºC and 30ºC, while the mean annual rainfall is 354mm with peaks in November and April. The dry season starts in late May, and goes up to early October during when large concentration of wildlife is found in the reserve due to availability of lush vegetation along the Ewaso Nyiro River, the main source of water to the Reserve and the nearby communities. The reserve is rich in wildlife with fame for abundance in rare northern specialist species such as the Grevy Zebra, Somali Ostrich, Reticulated Giraffe, Gerenuk and the Beisa Oryx (Also referred as Samburu Special). The reserve is also popular with a minimum of 900 elephants. Large predators such as the Lion, Leopard and Cheetah are an important attraction (Kamunyak the Miracle Lioness that adapted the baby Oryx is a resident in the reserve). Wild dog sightings are also a common attraction to this unique protected area. Birdlife is abundant with over 450 species recorded. Birds of the arid northern bush country are augmented by a number of riverine forest species. Lesser Kestrel and the Taita Falcon are species of global conservation concern and they both utilize the reserve. Five species categorized as vulnerable have recorded in the reserve. These are African Darter, Great Egret, White-headed Vulture, Martial Eagle and the Yellow-billed Ox-pecker. Critically endangered species under CITIES – Pancake tortoise (malacochersus tornieri) is found in the reserve