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Walking wild in Kenya

Walking wild in Kenya

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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya - 6 days/5 nights

Embrace nature and walk wild, a comfortable adventure.

Exploring the remote valleys, hills and plains of the Lewa Wilderness the walk is led by professional guides.  Enjoy fly camping under the stars with camels carrying the kit. The safari is extremely suitable for families as children can ride on the camels when their feet get tired! Learn about the bush from the ground up ... The knowledge of the guides is deep and meaningful ensuring all who do this trek come away with a far greater knowledge of Kenya, its people and its wildlife.

Where is it?

Where is it?

The trek takes place in Laikipia Masai-land and is through some of Kenya's best wildlife-viewing habitats, some of the most stunning landscapes in Africa. All nights are spent out under the stars in fly tents and obviously this dictates avoiding rainy season!

What is the best time of year to go?

What is the best time of year to go?

The heaviest rains are during April, May and November. We suggest January, February, July, August, September, October as the best months to give this experience a try.

How to get there

How to get there

Scheduled air charters fly from Nairobi to Laikipia. We will include these transfers in your arrangements. The flight is a short one, just under an hour from Nairobi to the airstrip. You'll be picked up and taken to your safari lodge for the first night. Depart the next morning for the 4 night walking trail. At the end of the trail, pick up your left luggage from the lodge and fly back to Nairobi.

Tips and Notes

Tips and Notes

A wide variety of game will be seen including over 420 species of birds, reticulated giraffe, cheetah, numerous species of antelopes, and endangered species such as the Grevy's zebra and sitatunga.

The focus of the safari is learning about the ecosystems as well as the local Masai culture. You will learn tracking techniques and other vital bush skills, as well as how to identify and understand the behavious fo the insects, plants and animals you come across.

Laikipiak Masai will join you to give you an insight into Masai customs.


Our Recommended Accommodation

Our Recommended Accommodation

Walking Wild fly-camp

Walking Wild fly-camp

All equipment for camping is carried by the camels and there is a full staff complement (almost 2 to 1 guest sometimes)! The fly camp is erected each night at the stopover point by the back-up team and all packing-up, cleaning and preparations are performed by your back-up team. The dome shaped sleeping tents are made from shade netting allowing you a full view of the stars at night right from your bed; PVC floor, 3 meters by 3 meters and 3.5 meters high, insect and reptile proof, flysheet in case of rain. Bedding is a bedroll on the floor with sheets and blankets.

For ablutions there are two "loos" - short drop type and two showers with canvas shower buckets. There is no mess tent but there is a tarpaulin in case of rain.

Walking is done during the cool hours of the day 7h30 to 12noon and is usually four to five hours. Everyone rests during the heat of the day and then enjoys a walk in the area around the camp to explore a bit further, enjoy sundowners and showers in the evening.

Although this is a walking safari supported by camels, the camels can be ridden when the terrain or route allows. This camp is totally eco-friendly and green; all rubbish is carried away by the camels and no mark from the camp other than a few ashes, is left to mark the pristine territory. The staff are all from the local community and a substantial portion of your nightly fee is paid to the local community.

Contact us to book this camp.

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