Loita Hills Excursion- 4 Days: Maji Moto/ Ndarara/ Ngurumani/ Magadi

This is the safari that will take you to the Maasai Land. While in Maasai land you will see the Maasai Manyatta, people in their traditional ways of life and some wild animals before you get to Nguruman Escarpment. The trek will take you across the long rage of Loita hills with panoramic views. You will see a lot of wild animals on foot but you don't have to worry, as your Guide is a local Maasai who is conversant of the area and is used to the animals.

DAY 1: Transfer from any destination either Nairobi/ Nanyuki/ Naivasha heading to Maji Moto camp which is the starting point of the Loita Hills trek via Mai Mahiu stop over at Narok the last place that you can do your shopping. At Maji Moto (hot springs) there is a possibility to enjoy yourself viewing some plain games like wild Beast/gnut, Thomson Gazelles, Zebra, Ostrich to mention but a few. Dinner and overnight at Maji Moto Camp.

DAY 2: After breakfast transfer from Maji Moto via Ndarara heading to Narosora. The walk takes you through Savannah grassland game viewing and if lucky enough spot some carnivore species. Camp can be made as requested before or at Narosora designed campsite.

DAY 3: At Narosora visit a maasai culture village which serves as an education center for the blacksmith, witchcrafts of the 'Loibon' and many Maasai culture dwellers like Gununu blacksmith (arsenal) and Masra herders and slaughters who will educate you on their methods of slaughtering and treating of their meat. After lunch walk through the Maasai grassland to Ngututu Forest, in the valley. Dinner and overnight at Ngututu campsite. Leopards, Colobus monkeys, Velvet monkeys, Baboons and even Snakes will be spotted.

DAY 4: After breakfast walk through the Loita escarpment via the viewpoint, descend to Ngurumani camp. Namanga border is a cool six hours walk from here. On a clear day, you will be able to see Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru from the viewpoint. After lunch drive to Magadi Soda Lake to see the fauna in plenty. If time permits visit Olorgeissaile Pre- historic site and then transfer to your next destination by public means.

N.B: The whole trek should be treated as a game walk and Maasai cultural education. However arrangements are usually done in advance for nocturnal arrivals.