Camel safari with the Samburu

Laikipia (Kenya)

A walking safari like in the old times, in camel caravans led by Samburu guides, staying in mobile camps set up in some of the most beautiful and remote places of Laikipia.

In the eastern part of the Laikipia region, North of Mount Kenya.


From 3 to 14 days, with walking routes of 10-14 km per day and variable difficulty.


There are 3 types of camp available: Air BnC (“igloo” tent) and Classic (“kodiak” tent) with ground mattress, and Luxury (canvas tent) with the single or double bed. The long drop bathrooms and the bucket showers are shared.


Walking safaris.


Laikipia region hosts an incredible variety of large mammals, including the second elephant population and half of Kenya’s rhinos, plus big cats and various endangered species including Grevy’s zebra, Jackson’s hartebeest and African wild dog.


During the dry season, from June to October and from December to March.


As far as the standards are different, the three types of camp are all comfortable and the service is simple but impeccable. The owners Kerry Glen and James Christian are passionate conservationists and personally guide the guests. The history, the traditions, the spectacular landscapes and the rich wildlife of Laikipia. An adventure to discover the wild nature of northern Kenya and the culture of the peoples who live there.