Walking safaris are a unique way of exploring nature and discovering wildlife. The unique thing about the walking safaris is that you stop to learn about small things like insects, plants, identifying animal spore and listening to bird calls. Although not common in the main Kenyan parks and reserves, it is offered in conservancies and game ranches. For serious nature walks we always have our guests escorted by armed guides
Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and one of the largest extinct volcanoes, It can be climbed any time of the year but best time is July to February, Well April and May is not good time cause of long rains . The mountain itself is 5895 meters high and is made up of three different volcanic peaks: Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira.
Mount Kenya Climbing Safari
At 5199m high, it is Africa’s second highest mountain, with gleaming and eroded snow-capped peaks, which can be seen from miles away. It is a broad, large symmetrical volcano cone whose diameter at the base is about 12 km, dating between 2 to 3 million years ago. Mount Kenya has three peaks; Batian, Nelion and point Lenana. The magnificent views over the surrounding country from point Lenana and other high points around the main peaks and trekking on this mountain is a priority among tourists. The forest surrounding the mountain support a large variety of wildlife such as elephant, buffalo, monkey, antelope, lion, zebra, eland, rock hyrax, giant forest hogs, leopard and various species of birds such as eagle, vulture, and sunbird among others