Kenya is a fantastic destination for walking safaris.

Daily walks are available from a wide variety of lodges, though perhaps the most amazing walking options are available on more dedicated walking trails.

For walking in big game country two of the best walking options are Walking Wild in central Kenya, and Serian Walking Safaris in the Mara North Conservancy bordering the famous Masai Mara. Lewa Walking Wild in particular is a fantastic Maasai led walking safari on the game-rich Lewa Conservancy and surrounding community lands. Here you can track and stalk rhino, elephant and lion as well as enjoy a multitude of other sightings and beautiful scenery. Serian Walking Safaris allows you to explore the endless plains, ridges and woodlands of the Masai Mara ecosystem, where you are guaranteed regular game sightings.

In the Laikipia region, Karisia Walking Safaris offer a wide range of walking options through wild and beautiful scenery. The Laikipia region varies in terms of how game-rich the land is, and safaris can be designed to offer a variety of experiences and suit individual interests. The magic with Karisia is the exploratory feel and exclusivity of the safari. You can walk for days on end with your superb Samburu guides, exploring open plains, rocky hills, montane forests and winding river valleys, visiting local villages and camping each night in the heart of the wilderness.

Throughout the Laikipia region and Mathews Range of northern Kenya, a number of different lodges and camps offer superb walking safaris, including mobile camping options. Some of the best are possible from Laikipia Wilderness, Ol Malo Lodge, and Sarara Camp.

Whilst many walking safaris in Kenya will be through spectacular scenery, there are several opportunities for more dedicated hiking and trekking, including the chance to climb the spectacular Mount Kenya. Please see our Trekking and Kilimanjaro page for more information.

If you are interested in finding out more about walking safaris in Kenya, please call us on+44 (0) 1787 888590 or email us your requirements via our Contact Us page. To find out more about safari options in Kenya, please link through to our Kenya pages.