Samburu region, Kenya
This East African nation is known for its teeming wildlife and inviting savannah landscapes, vast regions of sun-soaked earth and grass with mountains lounging on the horizon. The Samburu people, traditionally nomadic pastoralists, have coexisted with a diversity of wildlife for hundreds of years, but growing human populations and settlement patterns put both people and wildlife at risk.
At the Samburu Field Center, you will experience a side of Kenya most tourists miss. You will get to know the local people who are happy to share their culture, and make a real difference in the lives of this community. In addition to your daily encounters with African wildlife, you will go on wildlife drives to see still more in nearby reserves.
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