Ultimate 4 Day Walking Safari Adventure in Aberdare
A fascinating stroll through the exotic vegetation and fauna found above 2500 meters can be had on this trek through the Aberdare Mountains.Camping above the nearby forests, rare sightings of big game like elephant and buffalo, great bush buck, and other antelopes all contribute to making the experience even more unforgettable. Views of the Rift Valley are breathtaking.
The Great Rift Valley’s eastern border is bounded by the Aberdares (Nyandarua), which provide a view of it. Lesatima to the north and Kinangop to the south are the two major peaks. These mountain ranges are home to a variety of wildlife species that hide in the densely forested slopes and higher moorlands. With so many clean mountain streams, walking is always pleasant. Starting below the bamboo grove and ascending onto the moorlands, our stroll begins. Walking through the African bush is always dangerous, but we do not anticipate many up-close encounters with big game. But our well-trained and well-armed gameranger is familiar with the region and the wildlife’s routines.
First day: Mweiga
In the morning, we leave our workplace and travel to Mweiga in the north to meet our guide. From there, we ascend to the forested eastern slopes of the Aberdares ranges, where we set up camp.
Day 2 and Day 3: Walking
Begin our stroll. The vehicle will meet us in the moorlands where camp will be set up, so only bring what you need for the day’s trek. a brief game drive, should the conditions allow.
4th day: Nairobi
Drive down from the moorland site (10,000 feet) while keeping an eye out for wildlife. Before late afternoon, we return to Nairobi after dropping off the guide.
Note: It is recommended that clients make arrangements to have sturdy, weatherproof clothing, a warm sleeping bag, a water bottle, and sturdy walking shoes in addition to a set of shoes for camp.
|Ø Transport by Four Wheel Drive safari vehicle Ø Services of English speaking driver/safari cook? Ø Flying Doctors evacuation cover Ø All airport/hotel/airport transfers Ø Game park entrance fees Ø Services of an armed ranger Ø All campsite fees Ø All camping equipment including use of our 2-person tents, stools, foam mattresses, except sleeping bags Ø Three meals a day while on safari whether vegetarian or non-vegetarian prepared by our safari chef|