Kenya Safari Walking Package:
Unlike a vehicle-based safari, a Kenya Safari Walking experience allows the traveller to enjoy a more intimate insight into Kenya’s animals and its people. These Karisia Mobile Safaris are walking safaris supported fully by camels, we do not use vehicles to move the camps and the camels carry the entire camp and luggage. The amount of camels on a walking safari will vary from 8 upwards depending on how many people are on the safari. By using camels rather than vehicles we can get to areas that vehicles cannot reach, it is a very peaceful way of travelling through the landscape.It is the perfect compliment to African Safari Packages from Australia.
Included in the Kenya Safari Walking experience:
Exclusive four night luxury level Karisia Walking Safari in Laikipia, Samburu guides and trackers, twin share, full board accommodation, drinks, activities as stated above, local conservation and community contribution, tipping and transfers from the local airstrip Kimancho.
Kenya Safari Walking Package tailor made and flexible:
These tours are tailor made and flexible. We invite you to discuss the duration of the walk, route and guides available. Sensational extensions are available to neighbouring parks including the Masai Mara National Park, Amboseli National Park, Samburu National Park, Lake Nakuru and surrounding countries including Rwanda Gorillas and Uganda Gorillas and South Africa Safari Tour
Let the journey continue when you return home:
Africa Safari Experts is including a Mulberry Mongoose US$50 voucher per booking to spend online
Recommended fitness and age:
The Kenya Safari Walking package is of a moderate to challenging level covering approx. 10 – 14 km’s each morning and suitable for a minimum age of 4 years and over. When available camels are available for tired legs.
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