Looking for an activity this June? whether it is your first time visiting or you live here, something exciting happens here in this Month of June. Lake Turkana Cultural Festival.

Turkana is the second-largest county in Kenya sweeping the northwestern corner bordering South Sudan, Uganda to the west and Ethiopia to the north-east. Dubbed as “The Cradle of Mankind”, this county has great potential as a tourist destination.

Lake Turkana Cultural Festival will take place for the 13th consecutive year in Loyangalani town, on the shores of the awe-inspiring Jade Sea. This year’s event is co-organized by the County Government of Marsabit, Local Community Festival Committee, Kenya Tourism Board, National Museums of Kenya and Kenya Wildlife Service.

This will be a six days overland truck road trip to Lake Turkana. A #CulturalSafari with game drive in Samburu National Reserve, and purely a camping safari that will start in Nairobi to Lake Turkana via Samburu and back.

Itinerary:

Day 1. Nairobi – Samburu
Day 2. Samburu – Loyangalani
Day 3 & 4. Loyangalani
Day 5. Loyangalani – Samburu
Day 6. Samburu – Nairobi

Includes:
Overland truck transport, accommodation in safari canvas tents, meals & fruits, drinking water, game drive in Samburu, camping fees, bedding, cooks, photography, driver/guide

Excludes:
Personal items, 6 days Personal insurance cover/ emergency evacuation cover (can be organized for Ksh 3,000 per person), Loyangalani/ Turkana activities, items of personal use, tips alcoholic drinks

What to pack:
1. Pocket money
2. Masai shukas
3. Lotion/ sunscreen
4. Sunglasses/ a hat
5. Light clothes
6. Toiletries
7. Camera & binoculars
8. Pair of open shoes/sandals
9. Mosquito/ insects repellent
10. Flashlight/ headlamp
11. Swimming costume
12. Snacks
13. Camera/ phone charger

Booking/inquiries:
Write to trips@yoloadventuresafaris.com
Visit Odyssey Plaza 3rd floor, suite no.18 (South B)
Dial/chat.. 0713002800 | 0705296297

Payment modes:
-Cheque payment to our Bank Account
– Mobile money (Mpesa)
– Cash

This tour is adventurous ‘no-frills’ and should be viewed as such. The route may be subject to change as per ground conditions on the day regarding weather, security or any other unforeseeable circumstances.