Destination: Loita Hills, Maji Moto, Nuruman escarpment
Accommodation: Shared Camping tents
Day 1: You will be picked at the airport on arrival (early arrivals) or your Nairobi hotel and drive through the Rift valley escarpment where you will have a brief stopover at the viewpoint. You will then proceed through the floor of the Rift Valley past Narok town where you will do some shopping. You will then have a half an hour drive from Narok town to Maji moto and to Ndarara for Lunch. Ndarara is a Maasai Manyatta where you will have your first cultural experience. After lunch you will have your first walk to Ndarara Campsite. This will be a two hours walk.
Meals and overnight Ndarara Campsite
Day 2: An early start with a walk to Letukunyi. This walk is characterized with bushes and grassland with occasional sporting of birds, gazelles among other interesting wild animals. The walk takes five to six hours
Meals and overnight: Letukunyi camp.
Day 03: Early morning walks before the sun get hot. You will later arrive at Narosora town for lunch and interactive session with the locals. You will also replenish the stock. You will later in the afternoon proceed to Marinjo for overnight.
Meals and overnight: Marinjo campsite
Day 04: after breakfast, you will have a walk through the few remaining wilderness of Africa. The walk will take 5-6 hours across the rolling highlands up to OSupuko, the summit of the Loita Hills (8,660 ft.), with incredible views, before descending to the Camp for lunch and time leisure
Meals and overnight: Enkutoto Campsite.
Day 05: After breakfast leave Enkutoto for a leisurely walk of 4 – 5 hours to Njoroi campsite for dinner and overnight. At the camp, you will have an excellent view of the surrounding which include Lake Magadi, Ngong hills, Lake Natron, and to Tanzania border on a clear day.
Meals and overnight: Njoroi campsite
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.
- A Maasai walking Guides
- Community conservation and concession fee.
- Camping fee
- A professional English-speaking driver cum guide
- Transport by comfortable safari vehicles with hatch-roofs ideal for game viewing
- Camping equipment (except sleeping bags)
- Maasai Cultural Visit
- use of our two persons shared mosquito-netted tents
- Safari foam mattresses
- Three sumptuous meals per day whilst on safari, prepared and served by your cook
- 24 hrs emergency evacuation services
- Drinks and beverages
- Travel insurance
- International flights
- Tips and gratuities
- Towels, toiletries and personal effects
- Any item of personal use
- Sleeping bags
- Anything else not mentioned above
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