Meru, Samburu, Ol Pejeta Safari


A tour that takes you deep into Kenya’s wilderness in search of some of the country’s most elusive and endangered species. You will begin with Meru National Park where red soil is complimented by lush streams, rocky outcrops and towering Doum & Raffia palm trees. A few hours drive away takes you to the heart of northern Kenya. Samburu Game Reserve, home to leopard, lions, crocodiles and hippos and the Samburu special five. Ol Pejeta, famous for the last three northern white rhinos in the world.

What's Included

  • All meals on safari

  • Accommodation throughout your safari

  • Unlimited supply of bottle water in safari vehicle

  • All transfers as indicated in the itinerary

  • All government taxes included

  • AMREF flying doctor’s evacuation

  • Services of an English-speaking driver/guide

  • Guaranteed window seat throughout safari

  • Free quality Masai shuka (Cultural fabric)

  • Free quality safe mask

  • All national park fees, conservancy fees and hotel taxes

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The whole African safari experience depends greatly on the competence of the guide. La Mara Tourism Safari packages are affordable and can be tailored to suit your budget while providing the African holiday adventure of a lifetime.

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Meet the Big Five, Meru National Park is the land of the Big Five; elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo, and leopard. The park is famous for it lions, and is especially associated with Elsa the Lioness and the film Born Free, a 1966 Technicolor British drama film starring Virginia McKenna and Bill
Travers as Joy and George Adamson, a real-life couple who raised Elsa, an orphaned lion cub, to adulthood. Some of Kenya’s largest herds of buffalo are found here and so is the elusive leopard. Other animals you can look forward to seeing include. cheetah, hippo, zebra, giraffe, hartebeest,
oryx, oribi, waterbuck, … and abundant birdlife with over 400 recorded species. You will stay in a luxury tented camp for the two nights as you explore the park.

Main destination: Meru National Park
Meals: Lunch & dinner (Breakfast not included)
Accommodation: Ikweta Safari Camp

You will be transferred by road to Samburu Intrepids Tented Camp, located in the heart of the semi desert Samburu National Reserve, along the Rift Valley province. Here elephants, lions, buffalo, giraffe and zebra move along the the river that cuts through this reserve, crocodiles often found
lounging on the riverbanks. Drawing its name from the Samburu people of Kenya who call the area home, and made famous by the Adamsons’ who inspired the book and movie Born Free, this comfortable tented camp is a wonderful introduction to safari style in Kenya. Game driving happens twice a day along the savannah amidst acacia trees, forest and thorn trees to spot the many different animals that can be found in the reserve. They have camel rides lead by the local villagers, where you can get a different vantage point of the area and the wildlife as well as support the community. The Samburu are well know star gazers so taking part in a star gazing experience to learn from them is well worth it.

Main destination: Samburu National Reserve
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner
Accommodation: Samburu Intrepids Tented Camp

In the heart of Kenya’s Laikipia region, Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a shining example of conservation for the entire continent. Home to the last 3 Northern white rhino in the world, it’s also a sanctuary for Southern whites and critically endangered black rhino, as well as chimpanzee. In the
heart of it all is Alex Hunter’s charming bush camp of the same name, where traditional game drives and walks in Big 5 territory are offered long side visits to the projects – truly a place to discover the best of both worlds. There is a definite focus on conservation at Ol Pejeta and visits to the Endangered Species Enclosure to see the Northern white rhino and to the chimpanzee sanctuary take place daily. There are also opportunities to spend a morning with the lion research team and track the cats in the area, as well as with the rhino patrol guards. Intersperse these with traditional
Big 5 game drives and walking safaris and this is a safari that’s very hard to beat!

Main destination: Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner
Accommodation: Sweetwaters Serena Tented Camp

Enjoy a morning game drive at sunrise and later return to the camp for a full breakfast after which you will leave this exotic conservancy for Nairobi arriving in the afternoon where you can be dropped off at your Nairobi hotel or the airport bringing to an end what we believe is an amazing  experience.

Main destination: Nairobi
Meals: Breakfast (Lunch & dinner not included)
Accommodation: No accomodation