Explore the remote valleys, hills and plains of northern central Kenya, camping under the stars in spacious dome tents on a camel safari.
3 night camel back safari explores the Laikipia wilderness, a wildlife haven for the endangered Grevy’s Zebra, Wilddog, and Jackson’s Hartebeest.
Embrace nature and take a walk on the wild side with this comfortable adventure.
The safari is suitable for families too, children can ride on the camels when their feet get tired! The knowledge of the guides is deep and meaningful ensuring that you’ll come away with a far greater knowledge of Kenya, its people and its wildlife.
The trek takes place in Laikipia/Samburu districts but the exact location depends on the weather movements of the wildlife. This 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 and obviously this dictates avoiding rainy season!
This is an easy fly-camping mobile safari… the back up team sets up camp every night and takes care of all packing-up, cleaning and food preparations too. Spacious mountain tents can sleep 2 adults or 3 children on a kingsize mattress. Tents are insect and reptile proof and come complete with a bedside table, mirror, towels, flash lights and solar light, even carpets! The camp has toilets and hot showers and a laundry service!
With mobile and lightweight fly-camping we can make the most of this outdoor wonderland.
Alternative walking safaris
(Walking with camels courtesy Sasaab)
|Day 1 - Arrive Laikipia||Arrive at Wild Walking mobile camp. The camp is erected each night by the team. There are toilets, Hot showers and laundry service if required!|
|Day 2 - Laikipia exploration||Walking is done during the cool hours of the day 7h30 to 12noon usually four to five hours. Everyone rests during the heat of the day.|
|Day 3 - Laikipia walking and riding camels||Although this is a walking safari supported by camels, the camels can be ridden when the terrain or route allow.|
|Day 4 - Ewaso Nyiro River Bank departure||The safari finished on the banks of the second largest river in Africa - look out for elephants wallowing in the mud. Pick up and transfer to your next destination.|