Larsens Camp

Address: Uaso Nyiro River, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya | 5 star campground
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This 5 star campground, located on Uaso Nyiro River, Samburu National Reserve, is near Thomson's Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Samburu National Reserve

    Last off road for a bit??

    A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Mar 03, 2015

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    ... the dog box or the lunch truck, which I hope some do. Getting the riders to do this is like herding cats. Bikes to back of dinner truck by dinner tonight. They staff are still chasing bikes and it's close to 9pm. The bus leaves at 8, no later but hopefully earlier, but to a lot of grumbling. I am not worried, AWOL is up on the dinner truck already, and usually done and packed (except for bowl and spoon) by 6.40.......maybe i'll sleep in til 5.45 so ready by 6.50 ...

    Sarara Camp

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Feb 05, 2015

    7 photos

    Up at 5:30, coffee and cookies brought to our tent at 6 am, and we sit on our deck and strain our eyes in the dark trying to identify the noises and what animals are making them. Today for our morning activity three of us are riding horses and the other three are going for a hike. Tom, Liz and I walked. Very informative walk where we learned to identify animal and insect tracks. We also learned lots of details about ...

    Samburu Game Reserve Fantastic

    A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment

    ... and suddenly we see a cat. I wanted just to shew it away but then I realised it was a WILD ANIMAL. The staff explain it is a Genat Cat. They are nocturnal and come out to pick up the scraps from the restaurant. The staff are ok at feeding them bread but they warn do not get your fingers near the teeth as they are as sharp as razors. These beautiful animals are no bigger than a domestic cat but they have a lovely long fury tail and their markings are quite striking. Clare ...

    Arriving at Lewa House

    A travel blog entry by kimberlybukowsk on Nov 27, 2013

    4 comments, 1 photo

    Hello all,
    Yesterday we drove to Lewa House. It took about 4 hours. It was a very interesting drive. Part was on a highway but the rest was on two lane roads. It's amazing that everyone walks everywhere here. So even if you think you are in the middle of nowhere there are people walking. We also experienced roadside shopping. People put up stands everywhere and sell mangos, bananas, potatoes and tomatoes. We passed the largest farms ...

    Samburu day 3

    A travel blog entry by roger-lasell on Aug 03, 2013

    6 photos

    Today we had the pleasure of meeting a Samburu tribe in an authentic village. We arrived at their village at 6 am just before sunrise. The Samburu tribe are cousins of the Masi in the south. They invited us into their village traditionally with a song and a Samburu jumping dance. The experience was remarkable. These people dressed in their traditional clothing which was normal for this village. ...