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Kenya Walking Safaris

Walking Safaris

Kenya is a true African wildlife safari destination.  Kenya wildlife beauty has everything else on the African continent: Millions of people come for walking safaris in Kenya to spot her abundance of animals still with satisfaction. Kenya’s beautiful scenery comprises no less than 19 distinct floral habitats, ranging from desert and semi-desert to high-altitude cloud forests. Wildlife in Kenya is next to no other country in the world.

Privately escorted walking safaris in Kenya is the best way to really discover and experience the African wilderness at its prime. Walking through the jungles introduces you to explore the wild at its most wholesome and instinctive as you track the wild. You become aware of every sight and sound, the smell of the earth and the touch of the wind.

An expert guide will train you in the signs of looking for, tracking- the individual tracks and spoors, and shows you how to use the wind to disguise your scent and to move silently through thick cover and get up close and personal with the game. When you are at close range your senses are heightened, and you become increasingly aware of the animal you are watching, how it moves and feels, how it reacts to its environment. If the animal reacts to your presence, it can be a real adrenaline rush.

There are few experiences as thrilling as a closer meet with an elephant, lion or buffalo. It is an experience that makes any tourist feel more alive. You will, of course, want to stay alive so make sure that any foot safari is undertaken by a responsible and entirely trained guide. Adventurous travellers have a lot to discover from walking safaris in Kenya.

Walking Safari Highlights

On a Walking Safari, the safety of guests is our highest priority and dangerous animals are avoided. Each Walking Safari begins with a comprehensive demonstration on how to behave when encountering animals.

  • Enjoy a daily five-hour morning walk, a short pre-sunset walk and night drive combination
  • Luxurious en suite tents offer flushing toilets, comfortable beds, hot bucket showers, hearty brunches and delicious dinners around the fire
  • Superlative service
  • Four-day trails can accommodate a maximum of eight people in four tents
  • Ideal for families, groups and individuals
  • Reasonable standards of fitness are a prerequisite but distances depend on wildlife encounters.
Itineraries and walking safari packages

Walking Safari Tours

What to see on your walking safari

Wildlife Sightings

Interested in Kenya Walking Safaris?

You can tailor-make a walking safari in Kenya