Kenya Walking Safaris

This fascinating country is also home to one of the most incredible views on the planet, with Mount Kilimanjaro casting a vigilant eye over the untouched land. On your luxury Kenyan safari, you can stay in the most intimate and luxurious safari camps and lodges, witness the popular wildebeest migration through Masai Mara, or watch as predators hunt unsuspecting prey.

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1 View our recommended safaris for inspiration and get ready to plan your dream safari
2 Contact us or fill out an enquiry form and one of our travel experts will help you tailor make your perfect safari
3 Enjoy an authentic African experience, with peace of mind

FAQs about Kenya Walking Safaris

A walking safari is an exciting activity in which participants go on slow-paced, guided treks through the bush with the goal of discovering different wildlife species. Because of the slower tempo and lower angle of being on foot, minor elements that are neglected on game drives become more evident.

No, but you would need an experienced safari guide for your walk. It is not recommended to walk out on your own.

Yes, all guides have intensive wilderness and safety training, and they are equipped wherever a potential threat may exist. 

It is located in Kenya. Nairobi National Park is a national park in Kenya's south-central region, located 5 miles (8 kilometers) south of Nairobi.

The currency that you will be used in Kenya is the Kenyan shilling.

  • Khaki, green, beige, and neutral-coloured clothing.

  • Long-sleeved shirts that provide sun and mosquito protection.

  • T-shirts.

  • Shorts or a light skirt are both acceptable options.

  • Evenings and cooler days call for jeans or safari pants.

The wildlife you can see on a Kenya Safari include:

  • Big five 

  • White Rhino

  • Flamingos 

  • Cape Buffalo

  • Masai ostrich

  • African Leopard

  • Wild Dogs

  • And more

Nairobi National Park is a national park in Kenya's south-central region, about 5 miles (8 kilometers) south of Nairobi. It was Kenya's first national park, founded in 1946, with a total size of 45 square miles (117 square kilometers) and elevations of 5,000–6,000 feet (1,500–1,800 meters).

Safari/bucket showers are common in mobile or tented camps where there is no permanent plumbing. They are an effective yet environmentally friendly way to shower where water is at a premium and provide plenty of hot water to wash comfortably. Generally, there is an en-suite private shower stall within your tent with a “rainfall” style shower head at which you can control the water flow. Outside the tent, there is a large waterproof bag or bucket which is filled with about 10 to 15 litres (5 US gallons) of hot water before being raised with a pully/rope system to either connect to the shower pipe or fill a cistern. The water is delivered at the ideal temperature so it is best to use it as soon as it arrives. Staff typically fill the showers at a pre-arranged time of day, or you simply need to give them a few minutes notice so they can get it ready.

December to March are the sunniest months and perhaps the best time to visit. There are some cloudy periods and rain from March to May, and drizzle from October to early December which may restrict clear views. However, Mount Kenya National Park is open all year round.

June to October and January to February. The wildebeest migration reaches the Masai Mara in July and remains until October - when they move back to the Serengeti in Tanzania. However, wildlife is easier to spot since the animals gather around the water source as well as on the rivers. Newborn animals can also be seen.

Kenya has a world of variety when it comes to tented accommodation camps, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to another realm in the bush as your every desire comes try.

Africa for centuries has captured the imagination of explorers hence there really is a lot of information out there available on the continent from guide books to novels.

In some parts of Southern Africa, it is safe to drink tap water, however, it is highly recommended to stick to bottled water (mostly supplied) during your trip as even drinkable African water is completely different in taste and consistency from European, American or Asian water.  In East Africa, specifically Kenya, however, water pathogens are a huge problem. So it is advised to always stick to bottled water. 


Kenya Walking Safaris

Each of our popular itineraries can be tailor-made to suit your budget as well as your specific interests.
Each of our popular itineraries can be tailor-made to suit your budget.

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Plan your safari with confidence. Refundable deposits and flexible rebooking terms standard on your Kenya safari.
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