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Cycling Safaris in Kenya

Cycling safari in Kenya and Africa is more than the usual safari experience. It is done using mountain bikes that are either hired or client brings a personal one. Built Trailers will be used to transport the bikes to the respective sites and during cycling a vehicle traces the safari at discrete distance carrying water, food and worn out riders. On arrival to the destination a camp would have been set, tourist welcomed with meals and a hot shower.

A trip will take you from the outskirts of Nairobi down into the Great Rift Valley and across to Lake Naivasha and on to Lakes Nakuru, Baringo and Bogoria viewing much wildlife along the way and flamingos by the million. We stay off the main roads, avoiding the traffic and enjoying the peace and wide open spaces. A knowledgeable guide will lead the way accompanied by a bicycle mechanic to attend to any bike

Day 01: Barakitabu Camp – Full Board

Depart from a central point at 0900hrs, heading a north westerly direction descending into The Great Rift Valley. On reaching Narok, the administrative center for the district, we will settle in before proceeding on a late afternoon walk across the plains Return to camp for a hot shower, drinks around the camp fire before dinner. After dinner, retire for the night to the sounds of the wind in the trees and the occasional animal noise.

Day 02: Barakitabu Camp – Full Board

Awaken at 0700hrs, breakfast and set out for your morning’s rides to Naikerra - a small trading center, before returning for lunch at camp. A walk in the afternoon, visiting a traditional homestead, experience their hospitality and enjoying the sun setting across the horizon before returning to camp for dinner and overnight

Day 03: Sekenani Camp – Full Board

Breakfast completed our ride will take us across the plains with the morning sun on our backs and the wind in our hair; enjoy viewing the numerous varieties of flora and fauna that can be seen on the way. We will reach our camp at Sekenani in time for lunch and thereafter relax before setting out for an afternoons walk in the surrounding valleys and hills, where game can often be seen. Dinner and overnight at Sekenani Camp. Sekenani Camp is situated on the boundary of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve at the very heart of the big game country in southern Kenya. Comprised of fifteen exceptionally well-designed tents, it is the smallest permanent tented camp in the Maasai Mara. It is known for its magnificent setting, excellent cuisine and what are probably the most comfortable tents in Africa




Day 04: Sekenani Camp – Full Board

Enjoy the entire day in the Maasai Mara with early morning game drive, optional balloon safari at an extra cost and an afternoon game drive. The Mara is also noted for its abundance of lions - particularly the superb black manned males. You'll see lots of elephants here often in large herds, as well as - if you're lucky - leopard, cheetah and rhino. All of the Big Five are residents. You're sure to see the African buffalo. Get the cameras ready, stock up on film and enjoy yourselves! All Meals and overnight is at Sekenani Camp. The Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya’s most precious wildlife sanctuary. This is big game country and long famed as one of Africa’s greatest concentrations of game. Plains game is found here in staggering numbers, which in turn supports a tremendous predator population. Optional Activities: Balloon Safari, Bush Breakfast/Dinner, Visit to the Maasai Village. These vast grasslands are rich with herds of zebras, giraffes, gazelles, and topis. With huge grazing herds, voracious attendant predators, including Africa’s largest population of lions, leopard, cheetah, elephant, buffalo, rhino and bountiful birdlife, the Mara is the staging ground for the annual wildebeest great migration. Hippo and crocodile abound in the muddy brown waters of the rivers, which traverse this reserve. The hippos keep you company and only say “Kwaheri” after you have had enough.

Day 05: Sekenani Camp – Full Board

After breakfast we take a ride on the plains, returning to camp for lunch and then following a different routing in the afternoon. Viewing of game on these rides is exciting though the game tends to keep their distance! Return to Sekenani camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 06: Ol Koroi Camp – Full Board

After breakfast we drive to a small village due east, Migwara form where we will offload the bicycles to OlKoroi with lunch en-route. Dinner and overnight OlKoroi Camp

Day 07: Hotel / Lodge – Full Board

After breakfast we will close camp and ride our bicycles to a small border post called OlPosiMoru. After a short respite we will continue our ride heading to a project centre for the Loita area called Il Kirrin, with lunch en-route. The area is real savannah with great views stretching in all directions, there maybe an abundance of plains game depending on time of year. We will drive the remaining distance to our camp close to Morijo, arriving in time to settle in, shower and have dinner before retiring for the night.

Day 08: Hotel / Lodge – Full Board

Our days ride will take us in a southerly direction towards a small trading centre called Entesekera. Our ride will take us through very interesting terrain with varying landscapes leading to the base of the Nguruman mountains. Lunch en-route before returning to our camp for dinner and overnight

Day 09: Hotel / Lodge – Full Board

After breakfast we walk in the surrounding forests and plains enjoying all that this tremendously rich forest has to offer. There are many varieties of birds including Turaco, the Gureza Colobus Monkey and many trees and plants of cultural and medicinal use to the local Masai people. Afternoon at leisure.

Day 10: Departure Transfer

After breakfast we will begin our ride back to Naikerra with lunch en-route; thereafter load the bicycles and begin our return journey back to Nairobi arriving in time for dinner at Carnivore restaurant. The Carnivore is considered ‘Africa's Greatest Eating Experience. A variety of meats including a selection of exotic meat is roasted over charcoal and carved at your table on traditional Maasai swords (skewers). Delicious side dishes and an exceptional array of sauces complement this fixed price feast that also includes soup, a selection of desserts and Kenyan coffee. Set in attractive tropical gardens, the service and the décor are outstanding. After dinner transfer to the airport for your International flight home your Cycling Safari ends here.




 
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