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Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
Offers luxury in a setting of breathtaking beauty. It is set along the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River and shaded by Doum Palms and other trees that make up this green belt of riverine forest in Samburu National Reserve.
Elephant Bedroom Camp is an intimate tented camp with simplistic elegance, luxury and style providing an astonishing safari experience.
Safari Game Drives
12 Luxury Tents
The 14 spacious tents have rustic and colourful African touches, offering all the comforts; including a private plunge pool on the deck, hot and cold running water, electricity (and complimentary herbal shower and bath products). The lounge and dining area is decorated with vibrant safari style, its soft intimate lighting assuring that this is the ultimate place to relax in between exciting game drives. Elephant, Monkeys, Impalas are among the camp’s many regular wild visitors, whilst Samburu National Reserve has a good number of lions and leopards and offers the opportunity to see many species endemic to northern Kenya.
Stay at Elephant Bedroom Camp, on this Inspirational Safari Tours
Price From $2990 USD
This extensive Kenyan safari is perfect for families and couples in search of an active trip and a holiday of a lifetime. The ever-changing scenery, as you move from high plateaux to lowland forest an
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