Sarova Shaba Game Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Superb starling Red billed oxpecker Red billed hornbill Sparrow weaver which has the round nests in the acacia trees Grevy's zebra Common zebra Elephants .... lots! Gazelles Female lion Male cheetah Gerenuks Oryx Camels Velvet monkeys Gerenuk (looks like a long necked small deer) White headed buffalo weaver Namaqua dove Barbet (looks like a woodpecker) Golden breasted starling ...
... but in the background were hyenas trying to figure how they would eat as well. Tension was in the air but the lions held fast. We also saw the lions try to attack a rather large Hippo. We were not sure why they did this given the available food source. We also observed a Servo (sp) cat and a leopard moving through elephants. I will add images ...
... become a junior elder (elder in training). Eventually you become an elder making main decisions for the tribe. The children attend school but are chosen to attend. An example if there are 2 boys and 2 girls they will pick one boy and one girl to attend. The others stay within the village to assist with the work. The Samburu are cattle herdsmen and maybe away from the main village for up to ...
... enjoyable as ours. Sitting back on a private table for three, our arrival at our latest home was greeted with a welcome that we have become accustomed to in these parts. Cool towels, bright smiles joined by a relaxing setting promises us a most enjoyable stay at Larson's Tented Camp, also located within the Samburu Game Reserve. Our lunch today was set in the plush green grounds of Larson's, under many a blooming tree providing much needed shade from the afternoon warmth. ...
... Wilderness that just played an amazing host (along with the staff of course) as we were surprised with the most amazing sundowner experience imaginable. With the recently flooded Ewaso Nyiro River quickly flowing past, a slight fire bringing us warmth in an evening suggesting a slight chill and with fruity cocktail in hand, we turned our back on the above mentioned sunset and instead marvelled at the herd of elephants crossing the far side of the river over to our ...