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Safaris in Kenya; Theidea
behind the walking safari is to be able to "watch"
wildlife rather than to "spot" wildlife
in relation to its ecology by hearing, feeling and
smelling the bush as they do, and more importantly,
experiencing the small wonders of the African bush
i.e. from ant lions to dung beetles.
"watching" of wildlife allows guests to
see the highly specialized behavior of the animals
in areas where vehicles cannot possible reach or interfere
with their on-going activities.
in the walking Safaris requires patience and peace
so not to startle the animals being watched, adding
to the safety measure in this activity. The quality
of experience is top notch especially for new safari
Walking Safaris are undertaken to give you an optimal
experience - walking when its cool and refreshing,
and relaxing when it's hot and sunny.
safaris are not mutually exclusive, a photographic
safari does rule out the opportunity to do some walking
(or any other activity) and vice versa. A combination
is perfect for those who enjoy walking but also want
the best wildlife photographic opportunities.
single most popular kind of trip that we send is a
combination of walking and game driving. For some
itineraries this may be walking and driving in the
same location (a walk in the morning and a drive in
the evening) and for others it may mean a walking
trip in one area and a game drive safari in another.
areas mentioned below are great for Walking Safari
during an African Spice Safaris Kenya Package Tour.
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Lake Game Conservancy (Naivasha, Kenya)
Lake Game Sanctuary gets its name
from the "Crater Lake", which
is a green alkaline Lake at the center of
an extinct volcano. It is a lesser Lake
in the Rift Valley but a place where nature
is at its best, with the algae-rich green
lake contrasting very well with the pink
from flamingos which are residents in the
lake. Besides the flamingos, the Park has
over 170 species of birds.
You will be spoiled for choice when it comes
to Walking Safaris at Crater Lake. You can
walk as much or as little as you choose.
Start off with the open plains dotted with
Yellow-fever trees. Here the terrain is
flat, full of giraffes, zebras, Thompson
& Grant's gazelles, elands, hartebeests,
energetic you may walk on the rim of the
crater, which though rocky, gives you a
wide angle of the lake below. Wind up your
walk by doing a hike around the lake, here
is where you will find Colobus Monkeys doing
acrobatic moves on the tall trees.
Gate National Park (Lake Naivasha, Rift
Gate National Park is 68.25km², one
of the smaller national parks in Kenya managed
by Kenya Wildlife Service. The Park has
interesting topography of open savanna plains
surrounded by huge volcanic rock boundaries.
There are camphor and acacia trees all over
and this is where to look for giraffes as
they mainly feed on them.
unique about Hell's Gate National Park is
the fact that you can walk in the Park with
good sightings of giraffes, zebras, warthogs
and many types of gazelles. Walking in Hell's
Gate can be divided into 2 sections - the
first 9 km's which are on flat terrain and
the Hell's Gate gorge, which is accessed
by descending into a steep canyon with running
water from geysers and wild vegetation.
In the Side Gorge, which is only accessible
during the dry periods, the rocks have split
to leave only a walking path.
Island Conservancy (Lake Naivasha, Rift
Island Game Conservancy is a peninsula on
the eastern side of Lake Naivasha. The terrain
is flat, making it easy for walkers of all
abilities to enjoy themselves.
is a lot of easy to see game e.g. giraffes,
waterbucks, elands, wildebeests, zebras
and impalas. It is also a heaven for birds
with over 200 species recorded. The lake
has a lot of hippos, which you can easily
spot from the island.
on Crescent Island walk: if you have put
on your walking boots, allow half a day
for the Crescent Island walk so that you
can circumnavigate the peninsula and see
the lake from different angles.
remember safari guides make or break a walking
tour - so get a competent naturalist guide
to walk with you at Crescent Island. He
will help you not only to identify animals
and birds but also to interpret their behavior,
to show you plants with medicinal value
etc and above all he (if he is a good naturalist)
won't rush you through the walk.
Island Game Conservancy
Hours Drive from Nairobi)
Plains Game Conservancy 20,000 acres private
game conservancy that is old wild Africa
at its very best: wide open savanna grasslands,
tall yellow fever trees, endless views,
over 3000 resident population of easy to
see plains game and over 270 bird species.
Plains Conservancy is part of the Tsavo-Amboseli
eco-system and with exception of elephants,
rhinos and buffaloes all the other plains
game found in Tsavo and Amboseli are found
will see big herds of Oryx, Elands, Wildebeests,
Giraffes, Monkeys, Hartebeests, Zebras,
Iimpalas, Grant's and Thomson's Gazelles,
Warthogs and the occasional Gerenuk (= Giraffe-Neck
Gazelle) in total absence of mass tourism.
The number of visitors to the ranch is deliberately
kept small by having a camp (Acacia camp)
with only 13 rustic but still comfortable
bandas (cottages) making this a place to
see game without being surrounded by safari
Plains is a place where you can do scenic
walks every way you look. The terrain is
flat so the walks are accommodating even
to children over 7 years.
best appreciate Swara and the Acacia Camp
allow 2 nights here - which can be at the
beginning of your Kenya safari or en route
to Amboseli either from the Rift Valley
Lakes or Masai Mara.
birders, walkers as well as anyone looking
for a nature based tour in Kenya, go to
Swara Plains for all the right reasons:
one-of-a-kind wildlife viewing experience,
guided nature walks, night game drives and
easily found birds, yes, right outside the
bandas as you relax.
Elementaita may not have the big name of
Lake Nakuru but its scenic beauty is unmatched.
It is was profiled as a Ramsar site and
a wetland of national importance in 2005
as it is a hosting ground for vulnerable
and endangered water birds.
Elementaita is important in the survival
of Lesser Flamingos as it acts as a dispersal
area when food and other environmental conditions
are not favorable in the alkaline lakes
mainly Nakuru and Bogoria.
Elementaita walking Safari area is an occasion
to appreciate nature, open space, water
birds as you walk close to flamingos, pelicans,
storks, plovers and others.
while lake Nakuru may have more flamingos,
you can't walk within the park - so Elementaita
gives a walker or a nature traveler a unique
experience away from mass tourism.
2 nights in Lake Elementaita for a walking
safari and use one day for the walk along
the lake and the surrounding plains. Then
use your 2nd day for a full day visit to
Lake Nakuru to see rhinos, cats, buffaloes
and with the down side you will get a close
up of what mass tourism is all about.
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Baringo Game Reserve
Safari in the Rift Valley Lakes)
Baringo; Lake Baringo is a fresh
water lake which is about 170Km² at
1100 meters above sea level but sandwiched
between mountains and volcanic cliffs. Lake
Baringo is most famous as a bird watchers
paradise, with over 450 species recorded,
as it is a meeting point of northern and
southern Kenyan species.
Baringo hosts a good population of crocodiles
and hippos. Baringo walking Safari is like
walking in rural Kenya without any tourist
hype. Baringo country is hot and dry, therefore
it is advisable to plan your walking in
the early morning or late evening.
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Safari in the Rift Valley Lakes)
Bogoria is about 50 km drive from Lake Baringo
to Lake Bogoria and a walking safari here
is best taken as a day excursion from the
Bogoria Reserve is 107 km² and the
alkaline lake has a huge population of lesser
Bogoria is a Ramsar site and has been a
protected national reserve since 1973. It
is one of the little visited game reserves
in Kenya, so a walking safari here means
that you won't be disturbed by minibuses.
seeing flamingos, why should you go to Lake
Bogoria for a walking safari? The scenery
is worth every hour you spend here: there
are hot springs jetting out sulphur waters,
steep raising escarpments, rocky hills that
seem blue against the light, grasslands,
open plains filled with gazelles, zebras
and this is the best place to see the rare
Baringo, Bogoria is hot and dry so plan
to walk early in the morning and rest in
a scenic place as you enjoy your picnic
lunch when it is too hot to walk.
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Mara Game Reserve
Safari in Masai Mara Game Reserve)
Mara Game Reserve is an outstanding wildlife
viewing area. Masai Mara can never fail
in game but if you are a walker or a traveler
who is truly seeking nature, being cooped
up in a safari Vehicle for 3 to 4 days will
put your nerves on edge.
Mara walking safaris are not done in the
main Game Reserve, but there are several
ranches which border the Park and these
are the areas where the Masai live. This
is where they graze their cattle and you
can do excellent walks guided by Masai Morans.
a Masai Mara walking safari, you expect
to find various gazelles, zebras and giraffes.
Go by the rule that the locals know best,
therefore the Masai Morans are perfect guides
on these walks BUT it does help that your
personal guide (who is with you throughout
your safari) accompanies you on your Masai
Mara walking safari as he knows your walking
character and should liaise with Morans
on how the walk should be done.
Kenya, between the Aberdare & Mt. Kenya)
Sangare Game Reserve is a 6500 acres Private
Wildlife Conservancy sandwiched between
the Aberdares and Mt. Kenya. The Sangare
Hill forms a magnificent backdrop for the
camp. Sangare Game ranch, whose habitat
is open savanna with scattered bushes, is
home to zebras, giraffes, antelopes, warthogs,
leopards, hyenas, elephants and buffaloes.
life in Sangare is rich with over 300 bird
species recorded such as Red-winged Starling,
Greater Blue-eared Starling, Olive Pigeon,
Northern Crombec, Grey Flycatcher and Cardinal
Woodpecker.. At the lake there is the easy-to-see
Red-knobbed Coot, Black Crake, Storks and
In the Sangare Ranch every way you look,
there is a walking trail. You can choose
to do from 1.5 hour to 4 hours walks. Sangare
Game Reserve length of the walk is all subject
on how long you want to watch a zebra doing
a dust bath, 2 male Impalas fighting it
out for dominance or a zebroid - that unique
hybrid of a horse and a zebra.
in Sangare are guided by an armed ranger
and you will mainly walk in the open plains
and along the lake - this is where most
of the plains game is found. You get close
sightings of big herds of the resident waterbucks,
elands, bushbucks, zebras, gazelles and
Ranch has a Camp with 12 tents overlooking
a lake full of exciting bird life and game
coming to drink. The tents are spacious
and luxurious with four-poster beds, unique
African furnishing, private verandas and
en suite facilities with flush toilet and
to stay here for 2-3 nights and use it as
your base for activities in the Aberdares/Mt.
About Sangare Game Reserve
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Location between the Aberdares and Mt. Kenya)
Aberdare Game Sanctuary is a 1200 acres
private game conservancy with a wide habitat
composed of scattered bushes and open savanna
grass lands. The Kamatongu Hill is the highest
point in the conservancy.
Game Sanctuary walking safari gives you
excellent opportunities to see warthogs,
Thompson gazelles, impalas, dik diks, suni
antelopes, bushbucks, zebras, reticulated
giraffes and the biggest antelopes: elands.
On their own these animals are a wonder
to watch but to do so while you are walking
is an experience that has always brought
joy to guests.
is a walk that suits walkers of all abilities
and even children above 7 can easily handle
the walk. While most game is found on the
flat plains - you get a better rounded experience
if you start by climbing up the Kamatongu
Hill where you will have a 360º view
of the Aberdare Range and the snow-capped
Mt. Kenya peaks.
walk down to the flat plains and see who
is waiting - giraffes, zebras, elands and
this on your first afternoon in the Nyeri
area as you visit Tree Tops Hotel. More
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