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Loita Hills Walking Safari

Loita Hills Walking Safari

Enchanting Beauty of Loita Hills

Nestled in the heart of Kenya lies a hidden gem waiting to be discovered – the captivating Loita Hills. This untouched paradise is a nature lover’s dream, offering a unique blend of breathtaking landscapes, diverse wildlife, and rich cultural heritage. If you are seeking an off-the-beaten-path adventure that will leave you in awe, Loita Hills is the perfect destination for you.

Unveiling the Natural Wonders

Loita Hills is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, characterized by rolling hills, lush forests, and cascading waterfalls. The landscape is a photographer’s paradise, with every turn offering a postcard-perfect view. Hiking enthusiasts will be thrilled to explore the myriad of trails that wind through the hills, offering a chance to witness the region’s diverse flora and fauna up close.

Wildlife Encounters

One of the highlights of a visit to Loita Hills is the opportunity to encounter a wide array of wildlife in their natural habitat. From majestic elephants and elusive leopards to colorful bird species, the region is teeming with biodiversity. Embark on a guided safari or a walking tour to spot these magnificent creatures in their element and create unforgettable memories.

Cultural Immersion

In addition to its natural wonders, Loita Hills is also home to vibrant Maasai communities that have preserved their traditional way of life for centuries. Immerse yourself in the local culture by participating in traditional ceremonies, learning about age-old customs, and interacting with the friendly locals. This cultural exchange will provide you with a deeper understanding of the region and its people.

Conservation Efforts

Loita Hills is not just a stunning tourist destination but also a vital conservation area that plays a crucial role in preserving Kenya’s natural heritage. By visiting this pristine wilderness, you are supporting sustainable tourism practices that help protect the environment.

6 Days Loita Hills Hiking Safari

Day 1: Nairobi – Maji Moto Campsite

Leave Nairobi after breakfast and you drive to Masai town Narok before you drive to Mara/Maji Moto junction where you will have lunch and later take 7km. hike to the Maji Moto campsite (3-4hrs.) You will take an afternoon hike in the surrounding hills and bath in the natural hot spring which give the name of this area. Dinner and over night in Maji Moto campsite.

Day 2: Maji Moto Campsite – Letikunyi Campsite

After breakfast, start a 18km trek through the Maasai plains following the Masai trails where thorny shrubs give shelter to some plain animals like zebras, Gazelle, Wildbeests, and other animals as well as bird species that can be encountered to Letikunyi. You will also meet Masai herdsmen taking care of the livestock as nomadic pastoralism is their way of living. Dinner and overnight in Letikunyi campsite. 7hrs

Day 3: Letikunyi Campsite – Morijo Campsite

After breakfast, start your 16km. hike through the plains before passing a small Masai modern town Narosura village in the morning where fresh supplies out of stork can be replaced to Morijo near the Dorobo Masai village. Dinner and overnight at Morijo campsite. 6-7 hrs.

Day 4: Morijo Campsite – Entosapia Campsite

Break the camp in the morning and walking to Entulele School where you will visit the and take a short moment to interact with pupils and the continue with the hike through Engutoto villages before you walk through the bushes where sometimes you might see Baboon, Black and White Colobus monkeys and antelopes on the way to Entosapia for dinner and overnight in a campsite.

Day 5: Entosapia Campsite – Enchoroi Village Campsite

After breakfast, you will take a 3 hrs hike to Enchoroi village where you will visit a Enchoroi Primary School and the villages around to interact with Masai community. Lunch will be served by our cooks, and you will get to the Enchoroi village campsite later in the afternoon and take a rest in the evening for shower, diner and overnight.

Day 6: Enchoroi Village Campsite – Nairobi

Today you will have an early breakfast and start an early morning walk up along the trail on the ridge leading to the Great Rift Valley view point. After a panoramic photo moment from the top, descend the Ngurumani escarpment before the sun get too hot to the Nguruman village at the bottom of the valley. 4-5 hrs. This area might be very hot because of its location at a low altitude take a transfer to Nairobi via Lake Magadi where minerals known as soda Ash is extracted and then drive on with a lunch break on the way to Nairobi here you will arrive in a late afternoon.

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