Chalbi Desert is a remote and arid region located in northern Kenya, near the border with Ethiopia. It is a vast expanse of sand dunes and rocky outcrops that covers an area of about 100,000 square kilometers. The desert is situated in the Chalbi Desert Basin, which is a large depression surrounded by mountains and hills.

The Chalbi Desert is home to a number of unique plant and animal species that have adapted to the harsh desert conditions. The area is also inhabited by several nomadic communities, such as the Gabra and Borana, who rely on livestock herding and trade for their livelihood.

Visitors to the Chalbi Desert can experience a range of activities, including camel trekking, hiking, and camping. The desert is also a popular destination for photographers and nature enthusiasts who are interested in exploring the unique landscapes and wildlife of this remote region. However, due to its remote location and challenging terrain, visitors are advised to plan their trip carefully and travel with an experienced guide.

PER PERSON  SHARING  KSH  36,000
PER PERSON SINGLE KSH 39,000