8 Days Walking Safaris In Kenya

Day 1 Nairobi/ Amboseli National Park.
Leaving Nairobi towards the south we pass the highly cultivated Wakamba country before entering the Masai plains at the foot of Kilimanjaro. Afternoon game drive in the park. We set our camp in a wild and private ground of the Amboseli National Park.

Day 2 Amboseli National Park.
Whole day game viewing in Amboseli.

Day 3 Amboseli / Mbirikani Group Ranch.
Full morning game drive before leaving the park towards the Chyulu hills. Our route takes us through many Masai villages and past a cultivated swamp where “up-country” people are producing vegetables in a very traditional irrigation system.

Day 4 Walking on Mbirikani Group Ranch.
The local Masai have created a private game reserve covering several thousand acres and bordering Tsavo West National Park. This is where we walk, following herds of plains game and hopefully coming across hunting lions.

Day 5 Walks Mbirikani Group Ranch.
At the foot of this 2000m mountain range we trek across the savannah. The plains are covered with umbrella shaped acacias which are favourite food of the local elephant population.

Day 6 Walking Chyulu Hills.
The Chyulu Hills are an ancient volcanic range and part of Tsavo National Park. From the top of these rolling hills we have magnificent views over the Masai Plains and of Mt. Kilimanjaro. The summit is a contrast of thick forest and barren volcanic cones.

Day 7 Tsavo West National Park
Game viewing from our vehicles in Kenya’s largest national park. Visit the famous Mzima Springs where millions of litres of clear water gush from the ground into a huge pool inhabited by hippos & crocodiles.

Day 8 Nairobi.
Game viewing in the early morning and passing through the park we head on our way back to Nairobi.

Kenya Walking Safaris. Walking Safaris To Loita Hills, Walking Safari To Chyullu

Note that this is a walking safari where you walk in masai area and camp in tents for the days below. Showers not available. This is the safari that will take you to the Masai land. You will see the Masai Manyattas, people in their traditional ways of life and some wildlife
before you get to Nguruman Escarpment.


Day 1:
Leave Nairobi and drive through the farmlands at the edge the Rift Valley and descend the escarpment via the view point with the vehicle to Narok town. After 30 minutes drive from Narok town, disembark from the vehicle at Maji Moto then proceed to Ndarara manyatta for lunch. After lunch, 2 hours walk to the main Ndarara camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 2:
Early breakfast, and after leave Ndarara to Letukunyi; the walk will take 5-6hrs through the scattered bushes. Dinner and overnight at the Letukunyi camp.

Day 3:
After breakfast leave Letukunyi camp early in the morning for an enjoyable walk before the sun is too hot. We will pass Narosora for lunch or to buy what might be out of stock. After spending an hour or two in this modern town in Masai land, proceed to Morinjo for dinner and overnight at Morinjo campsite.

Day 4:
After breakfast, leave Morinjo. Walk through the forest; this is one of the few remaining true-forested wilderness area in East Africa. The Walk will take you 5-6 hours. Dinner and overnight at Enkutoto campsite.

Day 5:
After breakfast leave Enkutoto not too early, walk leisurely for 4-5 hours to Njoroi campsite for dinner and overnight. In this camp an excellent view of surrounding areas which include Lake Magadi, Ngong hills, Lake Natron and all the way to Tanzania boarder on a clear day.

Day 6:
After breakfast, descend down the Escarpment and through small farms to Nguruman town for transfer back to Nairobi via Lake Magadi and the Olorgasaile prehistoric site so as to arrive in Nairobi late afternoon.