We organise camel walks over a half day or full day within the Maralal Game Suntuary, where you are escorted by our English speaking Moran guides who will explain local traditions and customs as you walk. These walks are either on foot, or on camel, the choice is yours. A packed lunch is sent on the full days treks
Daily Camel Walks
We organise camel walks over a half day or full day within the Maralal Game Suntuary, where you are escorted by our English speaking Moran guides who will explain local traditions and customs as you walk. These walks are either on foot, or on camel, the choice is yours. A packed lunch is sent on the full days treks.
Camel Treks with Night(s) out:
These are very popular and we can offer you a selection of possibilities. If you have only a couple of days to spare, then we can erect a camp in the bush for you; moved each night and serviced from our camel camp. You ride during the day, returning to a new camp each night for dinner and camp fire. We can supply all foods and equipments and prepare your own meals. This option is less expensive.

Camel Treks over longer Distances:
We can locate our camels and equipment for you to any area you choose in the northern regions. From here you can trek back to Maralal or just spend a week in these more remote areas. In this case we either provide a back up vehicles with all foods and equipment, or qu can travel with extra camels and carry your own supplies. In either case a "location"fee for the camels to/from your start/finish point is charged.

Custom Safari:
We can also put together treks from half a day to several weeks duration. Please ask us for these options, there are many interesting areas to visit. Please call or email us for further details.
Regular camel Safaris:
Please note that we can operate special Safaris for you over different time frames and over longer distances.
Transfers are not a part of the Safari cost, however, we organise these for you. Lunch en route is not included, dinner at our Maralal Camel Club is.Overnight in our self contained Banda cottages.
Daily Itinerary:
Day 1: After breakfast, you head off with your camel and guides into the bush. We cannot say what you might encounter. The game is not prolific but you will definitely see a zebra, a gazelle, possibly an ostrich and sometimes an elephant. The Safari is through scrub and bush at walking paces, where you may choose to ride or you walk as you please. The saddles are made from local bushes/branches tied together and covered with mattresses. Picnic lunch en-route, afternoon arrival at your pre-prepared camp where your cook will be ready to offer you afternoon tea and snacks. Thereafter, an optional guided walk through the bush before dinner and overnight under the stars.
Day 2: The Safaris continues on the same venues, morning camel trekking, picnic lunch at camp or in the bush. The afternoon sun can be quite hot, so you may just relax or choose to take a nature walk with the Morans, returning for a hot evening meal around the camp fire before retiring to bed.
Day 3: After breakfast continue walking through the bush, the terrain changes and we hope to see a hippo day at our last camp site by a water cache. Here you share experiences around the camp fire before your final ride back to the club in the morning.
Day 4: The last day you return to the club, arriving at about 11:00 am. Here you transfer back to a self contained Banda for the night. After lunch your Moran can take you into the frontier town of Maralal to see the colourful market and explore the old trading settlement. This evening the Morans and their ladies will sing and dance for you before dinner and a comfortable night rest.
Day 5: Breakfast before your transfer back to Nairobi. Once more, this transfer is not a part of the Safari cost, but organised by our company for your convenience on a seat in an available vehicle basis. You should arrive in Nairobi late in the afternoon. Lunch is not included.


The first section of this combination Safari is operated in a Safari truck. Specially designed with high sides, the vehicle is equipped for the rough terrain you will pass over. Camping is at camp sited and in the bushes depending on our location. All camp equipment is provided (except sleeping bags) and our cooks will keep you well fed throughout Safaris. After learning the Safari vehicle at Maralal, you continue on camel trekking on the bush with Samburu guides. English speaking, who will keep you entertained with local stories and culture. Your last night at … Club is in … contained Bandas, a Samburu dance is included and on day 13 you are transferred back to Nairobi. Day 1: Samburu Game Reserve
Depart Nairobi at 9:50 am heading north via the shoulder of Mt. Kenya to Samburu Reserve.
Day 2: Samburu Game Reserve
The day is spent game viewing in the Reserve. Elephants around; you should see lions reticulated giraffe, gerenuk, grevey zebra and oryx.
Day 3: Marsabit
Marsabit is an extinct volcano heavily forested on heper slopes. We will visit the lodge in the National Park.
Day 4: Kalacha
After visiting Marsabit town, we make our way down into the desert and lava flows. We camp at Kalacha, a small settlement on the edge of Chalbi desert.
Day 5: Lake Turkana
Departing early we cross the Chalbi desert. The desert cannot be crossed if wet, but there is an all weather road around the north side which is mostly lava. We arrive at the permanent beach campsite just outside loiyngalani.
Day 6: Lake Turkana
A day exploring, bathing and resting at layangalani with boat excursion to and from El Molo Bay.
Day 7: Maralal
We journey south via S.Horr and Baragoi to Yale club at Maralal. Here Samburu Morans are abundant in their red ochre and beads. Dinner in camp before leaving your Safari truck and joining the camel section. Overnight in … contained Bandas.
Day 8: Camel Trekking
After breakfast, you set off through the bush and Maralal game suntuary. It should be remembered that this is not primarily a game viewing Safari, but you never know what you might bump into.
Day 9-11: Camel Trekking
After a hot breakfast you set off through the bush. You may ride or walk, the … is slow and camels acan allow you to change wehenever you wish. Mattresses pd the locally made wooden frames on your camel. The pace is relaxed and there is plenty of time to study the environment and take pictures as you move along. There are only a few places where you might be forced to dismount due to washed out lugger and river beds. The camels are led by Samburu Morans who will keep you informed of what you will be seeing and the culture of people you may meet. On your arrival at the camp a shower awaits you (water permitting) and your cook will have afternoon tea and snacks ready for you. Later in the afternoon you may choose to go on a nature walk with your Moran guides.
Day 12: Yare Camel Club
Usually returning to our club about midday, you are free to explore Maralal town after lunch, or just relax around the club. If you choose to visit the town, your Moran guides will accompany you to add the experiences. Before dusk the Samburu Morans and ladies will dance for you at the club, before dinner and overnight stay in our Bandas.
Day 13: Transfer back to Nairobi
After breakfast, you will be transferred back to Nairobi by our vehicles stationed at the club.. Please note:
The camel section may be shortened to fit into with your time frame if required. You leave the Turkana section on day 7, then you may take 2 or 3 days on camel instead of full 5 days. The cost will be reduced accordingly.
The more original option, away from the crowd and minibuses, and without doubt, a real experience!! Please contact us for more details or a Safari plan.


Day 1 Nairobi/Baringo
At 9:00 am, leave Nairobi for lake Baringo with picnic lunch en route. On arrival at lake Baringo in the afternoon, set up camp. Those who prefer can organise for a boat trip to see the many birds on the island. Dinner and Overnight.

Day 2 Baringo/Maralal/South Horr
At 7:00 am, after breakfast, leave Baringo for Maralal. Picnic lunch en route. A walk after lunch through the most colourful town before proceeding to Baringo via Losido which is on the edge of the Great Rift Valley. Dinner and overnight at South Horr Campsite.
Day 3 South Horr/Lake Turkana
At 7:30 am after breakfast, leave South Horr for lake Turkana, arriving in thime for lunch at El Molo Campsite which is on the shore of lake Turkana. Rest of the day at leisure by the Jade Sea. Dinner and overnight.
Day 4 Lake Turkana
After breakfast, visit the El Molo village. Lunch at campsite. Afternoon at leisure, fishing or swimming if crocodiles permit. Meals and overnight at the campsite. The visit at El Molo village is available at an extra cost.
Day 5 Turkana/Maralal
At 9:00 am, after breakfast, leave Turkana for Maralal. Luch and route dinner and overnight at Maralal.
Day 6 Maralal/Samburu
At 8:30 am, after breakfast, leave Maralal for Samburu Game Reserve. On arrival proceed to the campsite and there after proceed for a late evening game drive. Return to the camp for dinner and overnight.
Day 7 Samburu
At 6:30 am, proceed for an early morning game drive. Return to the camp for lunch at 1:00 pm. A further game drive from 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Dinner and overnight at the campsite.
Day 8 Samburu/Mt. Kenya/Nairobi
At 8:00 am, after breakfast, leave Samburu for Nanyuki town for lunch. Drop off clients who wants to stay behind to climb Mt. Kenya. After lunch leave for Nairobi.


This is an excursion that allows clients to maximize their holiday dreams whilst on safari, by doing something extraordinar - enjoying wild game viewing on air, followed by a champagne bush breakfast. It is so thrilling and kicks off daily from Major Lodges at around 6:30 am. This can be organized with a tour package and lasts around 2 hours. Probably the most beautiful balloon flight in the world and the ultimate Safari Experience.

5:00 am,you will be collected from your lodge or camp, and transfered by Landrover to the launch site. Here you will meet your pilot, receive a briefing and watch the inflation of your balloon. At dawn you will take off, rising as the sun rises and float in whichever direction the winds of the morning take you. Your pilot can precisely control the altitude of your balloon: sometimes flying at treetop height, sometimes lower, offering a unique perspective and great photographic opportunities of the wildlife below.

The flight is for about one hour depending on conditions, on landing you celebrate in the traditional manner with champagne (well, an excellent sparkling wine), before sitting down to a full English breakfast prepared and served in the bush in 'Out of Africa' style with bone china, linen table cloths, King's silver etc.
After breakfast you receive your Balloon certificate and will be taken back to yourlLodge/camp.
9:30 am you are ready to continue your day's activities.
This adventure will fit in with all safari itineraries that include a night in central Serengeti (Serena Lodge, Seronera Lodge or Sopa Lodge or any of the central Serengeti camp sites)
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