Kenya Walking Safari; Walks and treks Chulu Hills with African cultural village encounters for best Kenya walking safaris

Kenya walking safari on African Adventure meeting people and wildife while on a camping safari in Kenya

Day 1
Arrival in Nairobi and pick and transfer to Boulevard or Ngong House for dinner and overnight on all meals.

Day 2
Depart Nairobi around 0800, for drive on Mombasa road to Kibwezi. Here we will leave the tarmac, and take an all weather road for about 30 kilometers where we walk to nearby caves. First, we take lunch of salads, bread and cheese, cold beer or soft drink, then walk to the entrance of the caves where we explore sections of one of the longest "Lava Tube" caves in the world - Leviathan. These caves are worldwide and are rare. Get to see some of the most fascinating formations found there - Sink holes, lava ropes, stalagmites and stalactites, benches and of course the secondary, water formed features. Dinner and overnight at campsite.

Day 3
After breakfast early morning, depart by road to the top of Chyulu chyulu HillsHills. Superb walking country with gently undulating grasslands, interspersed with dense patches of forest. Possibility of viewing herds of eland and other antelope, giraffe, zebra and wildebeest with slightly lesser chance to see elephant, lion and buffalo and the other game that live in the area. Views of Kilimanjaro just 50 km away will be evident. Overnight camping somewhere along the crest with dinner.

Day 4
Breakfast and spent the day trekking. Dinner and overnight at campsite.

Day 5
An early morning game drive or short walk before late breakfast or early lunch. Leave along the crest road and down the western side of the hills for the drive back to Nairobi arriving late afternoon in time for your next destination.

We can be flexible on the itinerary while on safari. One may, for instance, wish to spend an extra day caving (or cut out a day), thus spend less time (or longer) walking the Chyulu Hills.

Cost includes:
1. Park entrance fees
2. Transport (may join others)
3. Accommodation in spacious tents.
4. Three meals a day while on safari prepared by the safari cook at the Camp
5. Services of a qualified tour guide/driver.
6. Services of a safari cook