6 Days Loita Hills guided Walking Safari

Loita hills boarders the Great Rift Valley and its inhabitants are the Maasai the areas wild scenery and variety of habitants offer true African experience to the visitor. As well as Elephants and buffalo for which Loiter hills is famous, for you may also encounter less well known species such as Columbus monkeys, impalas, and rarely seen dik dik. These wild animals are not accustomed to vehicles and walking offers a unique opportunity to see the smaller but equally fascinating life of the bush. During our walk in these areas, you will see a wealth of bird life and concentration of game.

Day 1:
Leave Nairobi at 10:00 a.m, drive through the farmlands at the edge of the Rift Valley and descend the escarpement via viewpoint with the vehicle to Narok town. After 30 minutes' drive from Narok town, disembark from the vehicle at Maji Moto then proceed to Ndarara camp for dinner and overnight.

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

Day 3:
As in day 2, 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 two might be out of stock. After spending an hour or two in this modern town in Maasai 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:
We leave Enkutoto early in the morning passing along the left side of the Rift Valley via the Nguruman Escarpment to Nguruman town for dinner and overnight at a local hotel. Leave Nguruman on day 6 at around 11.00 a.m. for the transfer back

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.