Kenya is famous for its prowess in long-distance running, for athletes wishing to come on a running safari we can arrange a run in the high altitude area of the Rift Valley escarpment in Nyahururu at the famous Thomson Falls. Also, have a chance to run with the Kenyan hashers who ran every Monday and some occasional weekends mixed with a safari to famous wildlife spots.
We also offer breathtaking walking safaris, where visitors can view animals up close and in person.
Your wildlife safari doesn’t have to be confined to a Land Cruiser. There are great opportunities for staying active in the wilderness and getting even closer to the wildlife and culture.
While staying on one of our conservancies, enjoy the ultimate perspective, and ride amid the wildlife on horseback. Or take the family camel trekking, camping in the bush as you go. There are also opportunities for mountain biking, quad biking, and running. In fact, if you’re up for a whole marathon, the Lewa Safari Marathon is the only marathon in the world to be run through a wilderness full of wildlife.
If you’d like to take it a little more easily, take off in a balloon to observe the theatre of the wild from above. Go rhino tracking. Or simply stroll through the wilderness with a friendly Maasai guide on a nature walk or bird-watching trip.