3rd stop on my "Tour around Kenya" with Taste Makers Africa was Samburu National Reserve. Click "Continue Reading" to experience my journey through my photo diary
3rd stop on my “Tour around Kenya” with Taste Makers Africa was Samburu National Reserve.
Click “Continue Reading” to experience my journey through my photo diary

 

On the road to Ashnil Samburu Camp.
On the road to Samburu National Reserve and Ashnil Samburu Camp.
Samburu villages.
Samburu villages.

From tamed roads to dirt roads. Off-roading is the only option.

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Curious faces.
Curious faces.

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A drop of colour on a road filled with nothing but browns and beiges.
A drop of colour on a road filled with nothing but browns and beiges.
Ashhil Samburu Camp is only around the corner now.
Ashnil Samburu Camp is only around the corner now.
Welcome to Ashnil Samburu Camp. The perfect way to camp. Nature should only be meters away from you. The only thing separating you from the wild that is Samburu, is an electric fence. They provide a "wild" experience with 100% safety.
Welcome to Ashnil Samburu Camp.
The perfect way to camp. Nature should only be meters away from you. The only thing separating you from the wild that is Samburu National Reseve, is an electric fence.
They provide a “wild” experience with 100% safety.

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Ash nil Samburu camp from the inside.
Ashnil Samburu camp from the inside.

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Sunsets as we enter the camp.

Ashnil Samburu Camp during the day.
Ashnil Samburu Camp during the day.

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View from my ro
View from my room
Now, on to the safari
Now, on to the safari
Other guest from Ashnil Samburu Camp getting ready to head out.
Other guest from Ashnil Samburu Camp getting ready to head out.

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Finishing off the safari with a Safari Walk... yup that's right. I got out of the safe the camp and car and did a 2 hour walk through the Samburu National reserve, with the help of the Ashnil Samburu Camp ranger....100% worth it and a must try.
Finishing off the safari with a Safari Walk… yup that’s right. I got out of the safe the camp and car and did a 2 hour walk through the Samburu National reserve, with the help of the Ashnil Samburu Camp ranger….100% worth it and a must try.
Our wild life ranger. Fun fact, the rifle he carries always holds 2 types of bullets. The 1st type of bullet is used as a scare tactic. As a wild life ranger he does his best to never harm/kill any animals. The "scare tactic" is used to make a big bang if any dangerous animal came towards us. The 2nd type is a lethal bullet. If said animal does not stop when they hear the warning shot he will then and only then use the lethal bullet.
Our wild life ranger. Fun fact, the rifle he carries always holds 2 types of bullets. The 1st type of bullet is used as a scare tactic. As a wild life ranger he does his best to never harm/kill any animals. The “scare tactic” is used to make a big bang if any dangerous animal came towards us. The 2nd type is a lethal bullet. If said animal does not stop when they hear the warning shot he will then and only then use the lethal bullet.
Meet Jomi, The resident Maasai and tour guide through the Samburu National Reserve
Meet Jomi, The resident Maasai and tour guide through the Samburu National Reserve

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While on the walk we spotted this.
While on the walk we spotted this.

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THANK YOU ALL FOR STOPPING BY XOXO JOY KENDI
THANK YOU ALL FOR STOPPING BY
XOXO
JOY KENDI

3 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Jojo, thank you very much for the update on your travels. A friend of mine will go to Zanzibar enlightened thanks to your direct and indirect tips. The clothes you display rocks your profile and vice versa.

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