About Shaba National Reserve
Shaba National Reserve is one of the key attractions in the northern part of the country. This park is administered by the Isiolo County Council, and it borders Samburu National Reserve and Buffalo Springs National Reserve.
Shaba National Reserve was established in 1974, and it has a serene landscape that contrasts the rugged plains of the neigbouring attractions.
What to See in Shaba National Reserve
Lying in a semi-arid region, this enchanting destination is awe-inspiring. It is home to the rare species of northern part of Kenya such as Grevy's zebra, beisa oryx, gerenuk, Somali ostrich and the reticulated giraffe. Popular predators such as the hyena, lion, cheetah and leopard as well as other animals such as elephants, and foxes make their home in the reserve.
Shaba National Reserve is also a delight for bird lovers and watchers. It has hundreds of distinct species of birds including the spectacular but rare William's lark. This amazing combination of fauna and green vegetation set on a wonderful landscape continues to make the Shaba a top tourist destination.
Hotels in Shaba National Reserve
Hotels in Shaba include Sarova Shaba Game Lodge, which has a wide range of luxury rooms such as executive suites, a presidential suite and standard rooms. All units in this lodge are en-suite.