Our North Kenya Small Group Tour offers the perfect opportunity to explore some of the lesser visited parks in Kenya. You will visit Samburu, Ol Pejeta and Aberdare and each area has an individual and beautiful landscape to traverse and explore.
The main highlight of this tour is the opportunity to see the Kenya Northern Five. These animals are the Reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, the beisa oryx, the gerenuk and the Somali ostrich, and each one is also an endangered species, making them an extra special sighting.
Tour Code – ASTGLO002-23
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This North Kenya Small Group Tour offers the perfect opportunity to explore some of the lesser visited parks in the north of Kenya. These parks have the benefit of being quieter than some of the more famous reserves – and also offer the opportunity to see five unique species of animals that can only be found in this region: Gravy Zebra, Reticulated Giraffe, Gerenuk, Somali Ostrich and Beisa Oryx.
Solio Game Reserve – One of Africa’s finest wildlife reserves, Solio Game Reserve, also called Solio Ranch, is a privately-owned wildlife conservancy. It rests in the southern fringes of Laikipia, near the foothills of the Aberdare range. Best known as Kenya’s oldest rhino sanctuary, it is renowned for its major role in the breeding and protection of black rhinos in Kenya.
Samburu National Reserve – This reserve is characterised by a spectacular landscape of rugged hills, undulating plains and riverine forests. The park is home to abundant wildlife and visitors can enjoy searching for over 900 elephants, a variety of predators, and over 450 bird species.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy – The largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, Ol Pejeta is also home to some of the last remaining northern white rhino in the world. Originally a working cattle ranch and now a pioneering wildlife conservancy, Ol Pejeta works to protect wildlife in many forms. The Conservancy is a popular safari destination and is home to the renowned ‘Big Five’ as well as a wide selection of other African animals
Aberdare National Park – The park was created to protect the Aberdare Mountain Range, the peaks of which soar to 3930 metres. The landscape is characterised by steep forested slopes, expansive moors, and deep ravines scattered with cascading waterfalls, crystal-clear streams and rushing rivers. The park is inhabited by a variety of African wildlife such as: elephant, lion, spotted hyena, rhino, black leopard and the very elusive bongo antelope that lives in the high altitude bamboo forests. You stay at this park is at the famous Ark Lodge, which is shaped like and Ark and offers wonderful wildlife viewing directly from the lodge overlooking the waterhole.
On this small group tour there will be a maximum of seven people in the vehicle, all with a window seat for great viewing potential.