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Testimonials

The lodge staff were friendly and helpful and consistently provided an excellent service. Lawrence - our guide - is great fun, has a huge smile and a very conta...

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- M&D Roy, Abu Dhabi, July 2011

A wonderful experience; I will certainly recommend Rwanda to my friends. It is a beautiful country. Our guide, Martin, was outstanding and we really enjoyed our...

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- L Ronlund, Canada, March 2011

I just returned from an independent photographic journey to Kenya crafted by JDA and myself. First of all, my travel consultant,Patrick, attentively listened to...

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- R Ruhl, United States, August 2013


Reviews about Journeys Discovering Africa

Samburu Intrepids Camp

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Safari Highlights

Perched on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in the wild heartlands of Samburu Reserve, Samburu Intrepids Camp offers a little bit of luxury in one of Africa’s most remote and untamed wildernesses.

Luxury safari tent at Samburu Intrepids Camp, KenyaPrivate river views

The camp offers classic safari tents with private views over the wildlife-rich riverbanks. The spacious tents boast the very latest in luxury wilderness camping, with soft four-poster beds, mahogany closets and writing desks, and en suite bathrooms with steaming hot showers. The bathrooms also offer twin washbasins, flush toilets, and sockets for shavers and battery charging - all mod cons in the wilderness.

Luxury safari tented camp, Samburu Intrepids, KenyaThe Samburu 'Special Five'

Samburu Intrepids’ location deep inside the reserve guarantees close encounters with wildlife, including elephant, leopard and Samburu’s ‘special five’ – the reticulated giraffe, long-necked gerenuk antelope, Somali ostrich, Grevy’s zebra, and Beisa oryx. Activities include twice-daily game drives to try and spot these rarities, as well as camel and walking safaris, birding walks, sundowners, and visits to local Samburu communities.