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Mount Longonot Day Hiking

Date: 30th June, 2018
- Typifying the stormy volcanic roots of the Great Rift Valley, Longonot Mountain is a fascinating inactive volcano that overlooks the beautiful landscape of Lake Naivasha area in Kenya. Rising to 2700m above sea level (and also 750m above the nearby landscape), Mount Longonot day trip hiking delivers trekkers with an interesting and inspiring hike culminating into one of the best and exciting views in Kenya. Tug on those hiking boots, carry sunscreen and hit the road in exploring one of the Kenya’s least visited conservation parks. - GO TO mount longonot Hike

kisames giraffe camps  packages

26th May, 2018  - Kisames Giraffe Camp is the perfect place when you need to take some time away to recharge your batteries, come out for some ME time as you take a walk to dam and try your hand at fishing, hike up the Ngong hills, go cycling or just laze around and enjoy amazing sunsets with giraffes in the background.-Book yourself a lifetime zipline adventure and enjoy unforgettable high rope challenge, Zip Lining, and team building GO TO Kisames Giraffe camps

Namanga Hills Hike & Visit to Kenya  

2nd June, 2018 - Join us again as we head to Namanga town, south of Nairobi on the Tanzanian border.Ol Donyo Orok, also known as Namanga Hill, soars to an elevation of 2,548m above sea level.The hill is a natural forest with largely unexploited vegetation, which gets thicker as the trail winds its way higher up the mountain along Namanga River. At some places higher up, the trail opens up into clearings from where views of the town below, the distant Mt Longido, and Mt Kilimanjaro about 65km away are a sight to behold.. - GO TO Namanga Hills Hike & Visit


" I just would like to thank you again for arranging the wonderful Tanzania safari we had last week!
We saw the big 5 again, two leopards hanging in a tree from very close and a cheetah for 50 m. distance crossing the road at the back of our jeep, many lions with cubs, three tree climbing lions hanging in different trees, hyena with cubs, 4 black rhinos and of course thousands of wildebeest crossing the Grumeti River full of crocodiles. ."

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