Samburu - Cultural Safari
Samburu takes its name from the nomadic tribe who live throughout this area. Shaba and Buffalo springs are also Samburu land.
The Samburu have long used the waters of the Ewaso N'giro as a water source for their herds of goats, sheep and camels. In dry periods, they dig wells into the dry river bed, or take advantage of ready made wells dug by elephants.
Traditionally the Samburu hold great respect for the wild animals with
whom they share this area. Today, many of the lodges and camps in this
area work closely with local Samburu communities.
Arrangements can often be made to visit Samburu villages or communities around the reserve.