Tuesday, 15 September 2015
Naiberi River Campsite & Resort is a hidden Gem. This pristine forested environment is home to over 250 different bird species, from the iconic bee-eaters to the elusive Turacos. Serene camping grounds amongst the western highlands forested streams. Excellent camping grounds with plenty of flat ground and soft grass. The sound of the Naiberi River rushing by just meters away.Naiberi offers a unique escape from the hustle and bustle of life.
The highlight of the resort is the cave bar which has drawn everyone who has visited due to its uniqueness. Facilities include swimming pool, forest walks, conferencing facilities and large grounds for relaxation.
Naiberi is truly nature’s own creation, designed to take its guests as far back as the Stone Age with a little touch of modern day luxury. It is created on a hilly forested tribal land, which was once home to members of the ancient Sirikwa tribe. Preserved on the site are excavations with stone sides, commonly called Sirikwa holes, which are believed to have been roofed and occupied by the inhabitants of the bygone age.
Wednesday, 2 September 2015
Marsabit National Park is a green paradise in the middle of the desert in the northern Kenya Region. densely forested mountain and three crater lakes provide a haven for a variety of bird-life, mammals and reptiles. The beautiful Marsabit National Park is a refuge for huge tusked bull elephants. Hikes in the dense forest, wreathed in mist can be enjoyed along with camel rides, bird watching and visits to the singing wells. The forest is home to a wide variety of wildlife such as Elephants, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Greater Kudu, Endangered Grevy zebra and Reticulated Giraffe.Lake Paradise at the bottom of the volcanic Crater of Gof Sokorte Guda is ringed with scenic forest and the birding is fantastic. It is also a refuge for the rare Lammergeyer Vulture and also diversity of butterfly species.
Tuesday, 1 September 2015
Saiwa Swamp National Park is the smallest park in Kenya with only 3 Km2.The park ecosystem comprises of swamp riverine forest, sedge and acacia woodland. It's a home of the rare and endangered semi aquatic Sitatunga Antelope and also De Brazzas Monkey. The park is most popular to ornithologist, the forest and has abundant birdlife like Narina Trogon the collared and orange-tufted sunbird, the yellow bishop, Hartlaub’s marsh widow bird and Ross’s turacos which are difficult to miss.