Here are the itineraries of our walking safari adventures.Contact us for more details via the booking form.

Walk in the Wild – 4 days- itinerary

Hell’s Gate

Trek through spectacular volcanic terrain as you enter the ‘gates of hell’ that provide heavenly sights and adventures of the Great Rift Valley. This short break will take you through a range of trekking options from gentle hill walking through game rich ranges to high altitude ascents. Hell’s Gate National Park boasts a spectacular series of volcanic features including lava flows, volcanic plugs, steep volcanic cliffs and a deep winding gorge that are like entering the gates of hell! Mount Longonot is a bulging volcanic mountain renowned for its magnificent crater. The hikers’ trail meanders around the crater rim at an altitude of 2760m above sea level. It provides a panoramic view of the great expanse of open plains on the floor of the Rift Valley on all sides, the imposing eastern and western escarpments and Lake Naivasha, the Rift Valley’s largest fresh water lake.

From the Rift Valley, we head southwest to Maasailand where we meet and interact with a people that have faithfully preserved their unique culture for generations. While here, we shall walk with Maasai warriors, learn about their culture and make a traditional campfire.


Maasailand Adventures – 7 days – itinerary

Watch peaceful herbivores grazing, scope out carnivores preying, and witness the daily life of local Maasai people as they follow their roaming cattle through the Kenyan bush.

In south west Kenya lie one of the most extensive mountain ranges, the Loita Hills. The Loita Hills are superimposed against open plains that at times seem to extend beyond the horizon and are reputed to be the second largest in Africa after the Kano Plains in Nigeria. It boasts an attractive blend of bushes, woodlands and shrubs predominated by variety of acacia trees and bushes, with somewhat challenging and adventurous terrain. This is the heartland of the Maasai people who will guide us through their vast savannah lands. Lack of clear trails means hikers must find their way among obstacles, thorn trees and bushes and soaring temperatures and heat means exhaustion could pose a challenge to hikers.


Hidden Treasures of Kenya – 10 days- itinerary

Discover Kenya’s less crowded tourist havens. Get off the beaten path and hike through pure wilderness; climb hills and mountains and walk amongst herds of wildlife. Visit local homes and see Africa through the eyes of the local people. This is your chance to see not only the famous Big 5 but the small 500 as well!