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Buffalo Springs National Reserve reviews

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The springs of life

Lisa
Visited: Sep 2013 Reviewed: Mar 09, 2014

Tucked in the arid parts of northern Kenya is the Buffalo Springs National Reserve, eponymously named after springs in the park. The park is vast with endless plains of scrub and thorny bushes. Being on the rain shadow of Mt. Kenya, I found this place a bit hot. The animal population here I can say is medium. There are numerous herds of the endangered Gravvy zebra,... read more

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The Stanning Buffalo Springs National Reserve

Visited: Mar 2011 Reviewed: Sep 08, 2013

During the month of March, 2011, we visited the awesome Buffalo Springs National Reserve. The National Reserve is bordered by Samburu National Reserve, which is divided by the Ewaso Nyiro River. We got an open Safari truck that drove us through the reserve’s bumpy and rough road where we could see different kinds of animals. I happened to see some remarkable crocod... read more

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Almost lost

Churchmanb
Visited: Apr 2009 Reviewed: Aug 06, 2013

Whoa! What are you doing this far north?!
Well, you will be rewarded for your intrepid nature, I assure you.
There are many of the same fantastic fauna that you can see elsewhere in Buffalo Springs. The true value here lies in the fact that you DID come this far north.
The change is radical, as you stand at the edge of a desert/nearly wasteland that stretches no... read more

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