Proper Walk and Safari 2021
July 22nd – August 2nd
Adventure for a Cause!
FUNDRAISING GOAL: $50,000 AMOUNT RAISED SO FAR: $48,370
MEET THE SAFARIERS
PROPER SAFARI ITINERARY
July 22nd – The journey begins with a flight into Nairobi. Hotel to be determined.
July 23rd – The group will travel south to Hunter’s Lodge http://www.madahotels.com/index.php/kiboko/hunters-lodge. Hunters Lodge is set on 25 acres of lush gardens at Kiboko Springs. The site is a paradise for bird lovers and with more than 100 species of birds.
July 24th – In the morning the group will walk up Mt. Mielu – an extinct volcano – for a some incredible views and – perhaps – see Mt. Kilimanjaro. After the climb, the group will travel to Makindu where you will be treated to an incredible welcoming ceremony and lunch at Makindu Children’s Centre. Dinner at the historic Sikh Temple in Makindu. –www.sikh-temple-makindu.com. Lodging will be at Hunters Lodge.
July 25th – The group will participate in service projects at the Centre, working with guardians and some of the children. Lunch at the MCC. Details are being worked out on the service project. It might be painting, working the farm, building benches, etc. Dinner and lodging will be at Hunters Lodge.
July 26th – The group will travel by to Tsavo West Game Park, one of Kenya’s famed elephant game reserves – www.kws.go.ke/tsavo-west-national-park. A few of the children will accompany the safari group to the Game Park. Lunch at the Kilaguni Game Lodge – https://www.serenahotels.com/serenakilaguni. Dinner and lodging will again be at Hunters Lodge.
July 27th – The group travels to Soysambu Bobong Camp on the Laikipia Plateau. John and Amanda Perrett from Bobong Camp and their camels will be awaiting us with dinner and drinks. Camping in canvas tents with cots, linens provided.
July 28th – 31st The group will commence on a 4-day Camel Safari on the Laikipia Plateau (25-30 miles). You can either walk or ride a camel with great opportunities to see wildlife up close and personal.
July 31st – The group finishes up the Camel Safari and travels to the Eco-Camp at Muringa Farm, Subukia – www.wild-routes-of-kenya.com/eco-camp-1.
August 1st – The group will leave early for the Nakuru National Park, known for its rhinos, buffalos and flamingos – www.kws.go.ke/lake-nakuru-national-park. The group will then travel back to Nairobi with lodging at the Boulevard Hotel.
August 2nd – August 4th – Participants depart depending on COVID testing requirement.