Walking Safari through Kenya 6 Days 5 Nights

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Walking Safari through Kenya 6 Days 5 Nights

This is an exciting 6 days walking safari that will take you to some of the best diversities of habitats, ethnical and cultural centers as well as beautiful sceneries and fresh aroma of the African bush, plains and valleys in Kenya. Walking safaris directly benefit the local people who provide guides as well as have minimal impact on the natural environment. You will start with an excursion around Nairobi City where you will visit some shopping areas, parliament buildings and the National Museum. Afterwards, you will depart for the Nairobi Safari Walk, where you will have a glimpse of different animal species in their natural habitats. Afterwards you will visit the Crater Lake, Hell’s Gate and Longonot Crater for a walking experience through hills and mountains, which are full of breath-taking beauty. You will need good weather-proof clothing, warm sleeping bag, water bottle, a good pair of walking shoes, a pair of binoculars and a camera (not a must) for a more unforgettable experience. During your safari the tour vehicle will forge ahead to pitch tents for camping and arrange for meals. After a few days walking, you will return to Nairobi exhausted but glad that you took the safari.

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