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Walking the El Bogoi Valley, Samburu, Kenya

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This is luxury ecotourism!

Walking safaris are without a doubt one of the most rewarding ways to see the African bush. It gives you the chance not just to see the big animals, but also to learn more about the insects, reptiles, plants and trees often ignored on game drives. Walking safaris can either be a short walk from the camp or lodge where you stay to a multiple day safari.

A 7 day walking Safari in one of Kenya's most famous game parks. Think Ernest Hemingway or Ava Gardner and you're getting the picture. Led by local Samburu warrior guides a detailed iteinerary gives you a glimpse of this unique African adventure.