Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs National Reserves
Lions Cave camp is located just 15 minutes from Samburu, Bufallo Springs and
Shaba National Reserves. The three reserves house Elephants, reticulated Giraffes, Lions, Cheetah, Leopards, Gerenuk, Grevy’s zebra’s, Beisa Oryx, baboons, warthogs, Grant Gazelle, dik-diks, impalas and many more. Besides all these wildlife there are over 350 species of birds. And the river contains a large number of Nile Crocodiles. such a game drives to the three reserves which you can use one ticket to visit the three reserves per day.
Ololokwe Mountain Climbing
The mountain has two names. Ol Lolokwe and Ol Donyo Sabachi and is in Samburu District just north of the Samburu National Reserve on the Ewaso Nyiro river and just off the Nairobi – Marsabit highway. Its name, Ol Olokwe, when directly translated to English simply means Sacred Mountain. From suitable hilltops on a clear day one could see a fantastic view of the fabled NFD and many hills and ranges. The scenic safari experience goes beyond our location as we offer ‘Sacred Mountain’ day excursions up Mt. Ololokwe. Mt. Kulal, Ndoto, Nyiro, Mathew ranges and Marsabit. And far reaching experience to Lake Turkana.
Reteti Elephant Orphanage
This is a community conservation initiative designed to rescue and release orphaned and abandoned elephant calves, whilst creating much needed benefits to the local Samburu community that live alongside them. It’s an ever-growing movement of grass roots level, community focused conservation which is gaining huge momentum in Northern Kenya, and a new wave of wildlife protection.
Learn from the local people, visit the community, their homes and experience the authentic traditional Samburu, Turkana and Rendile Cultural Activities.