Walking in the wild
Offering a refreshingly alternative view of the wilderness, a guided nature walk promises panoramic vistas, gentle exercise, and a fascinating insight into the world of African trees, flowers, insects, reptiles, birds and animals. It also offers the ultimate contrast to the game drive. Only when you venture into the wilderness on your own two feet, will you really appreciate its splendour. And only when you are a part of the landscape can you absorb its magic. Slow in pace, wide-ranging in scenery and led by one of our trained safari guides, our Olare Motorogi nature walk can be tailored to your preference in terms of distance and pace. And it can happen early morning or late afternoon – just as you desire.
Kenya, an ornithologist’s paradise
With over 1, 070 species of birds, Kenya has the second-highest country bird list in Africa, while the Masai Mara National Reserve and its conservancies boasts 550-recorded species. Glorious in its diversity, the Kenyan birdlife ranges from the regal raptors that patrol above, to the iridescent sunbirds that sip the flowers below. And in between there’s a vibrant showcase of turacos, kingfishers, rollers, larks, herons and geese to be enjoyed. For the amateur and serious ornithologist alike, we offer a range of half or full day outings which can be custom-tailored to match the specific interests of your ornithological party. The services of our naturalist and up-to-date bird checklists are included, and picnics, bush lunches, camp suppers and sundowners can be scheduled to suit your needs.