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Elephant Watch Camp – As seen on BBC Two’s This Wild Life

At a glance
  • Transfer to Samburu
  • 7 nights Elephant Watch Camp
  • Transfer to Nairobi
  • Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Key Information
  • Africa
  • Various
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  • Limited time only
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Have you been watching This Wild Life on BBC Two? If you have, you will have seen the beautiful Samburu National Reserve in which the documentary is filmed, and fallen in love with the majestic elephants that make this park so special.
Somak are currently offering a fantastic itinerary to visit the magical Elephant Watch Camp featured in the documentary as well as the inspirational Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
This unforgettable itinerary allows you to view elephants in the most natural setting, and experience some of the valiant efforts of the conservationists working to protect these remarkable animals. Find out more about this itinerary, from £4120pp, below.

Transfer to Samburu

Transfer from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport to the Samburu Game Reserve. From there, it is a short drive to the incredible Elephant Watch Camp. The camp is owned and operated by the Douglass-Hamilton family, a family of elephant conservationists.

7 nights Elephant Watch Camp

Spend 7 nights at the Elephant Watch Camp in an All Inclusive luxury tent. Whilst at this breathtaking camp, experience elephant watching and game drives, a visit to the Save the Elephants Research Centre, a visit to Manyatta and local schools, as well as bush picnics, sundowners, guided bird walks and hikes.

Transfer to Nairobi

After your unforgettable stay at the Elephant Watch Camp, fly back to Nairobi. Enjoy the evening in Kenya’s vibrant capital city, and spend the night in the stunning Ole-Sereni Hotel, overlooking the famous Nairobi National Park, offering views of the wildlife from the hotel’s restaurant, pool and rooms.

Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

On the final day of this itinerary, visit the Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. This conservation charity operates an orphanage for elephants and rhinos, and raises them for reintegration into the wild.

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