If you find yourself on the Northwest side of Kenya, like in Eldoret town and Kitale town, then you should visit Nasalot and South Turkana National Reserves.

The reserve is mostly covered with thick bush, spotting animals isn’t all that easy: the elephants here, though larger that their southern cousins, hide themselves pretty well and your best chance of seeing them is on the paved road at dawn or dusk.

You would be usually fortunate to see any of the reserves’ lions and leopards.  Camping is not allowed, but there are some good values bandas by the dam.

Beyond Nasalot, South Turkana national reserve is. It has no grandeur scene like Nasalot, but is where the elephants migrate to between March and July.


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