Horseback Riding and Walking Safaris

Horseback Riding

If you are planning a trip to Kenya, you may be interested in going on a Ngong horseback riding tour while you are there. While you might think of Nairobi as a place for trading almost exclusively, the truth is that there are many other Group activities you can participate in there. Horse riding Kenya is one of those very unique experiences to choose from.

Planning a group exercise can be tricky. If you are trying to organize a group of people, you probably know that it can be difficult. However, a horseback riding Kenya tour can be just the thing to get everyone on the same page. With a straightforward schedule that is still exciting and fun at the same time, a horseback riding in Nairobi event is the perfect thing to entice people to get excited and enjoy their retreat. As you can get a horseback riding tour for up to 100 people, there is no reason your group should be excluded from the fun.

Walking Safaris

Kenya walking opportunities are numerous and varied. From golden Indian Ocean sands to vast volcanic mountains, it will feel like you are experiencing many different countries all at the same time. But for the ultimate Kenya walking experience, you can’t do much better than a walking safari.

One of the most important things to consider for your Kenya walking safari is where you will go. Luckily, Kenya is spoilt for choice when it comes to national parks for game viewing. You could head to the most famous one of all, the Masai Mara, where you could even coincide your walking safari with the annual migration of the wildebeest. Or visit Mount Kenya and spot wildlife whilst hiking to the top of one of Africa’s most impressive peaks. You could also head to Tsavo National Park – the biggest park in Kenya and a true wilderness.

Wherever you decide to go, a Kenya walking safari is an incredible way to see the diverse landscape and animals of Kenya, and an experience like no other. So get your walking shoes on and see what you can discover.