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A safari like no other — from flying over Gambella National Park to travelling to the remotest parts of Ethiopia's Omo Valley. This is Undiscovered Country!
Explore wilderness watching wildlife at close range is endlessly fascinating and the quintessence of every African safari or Kenya Holiday. Conservancy safari is unlike anywhere else with off-road driving and limits on vehicles.
This safari offers a marvelous opportunity to try something different while on an African safari adventure or Kenya holiday. Visit the last remaining Northern White Rhinos on the planet, canoe on the waterhole in front of camp, walk and wild camp in the in the Lolldaigas hills, jump from the waterfall in the Ngare Ndare, horse ride with rhino or cycle across the Ol Pejeta Plains.
Exploring the bush on foot is one the most exhilarating African safari experiences.
A Wild Camping Trip brings you closer to nature and ideally complements your stay in Masai Mara, Kenya.
• Kalahari lion (sightings are common)
• Cheetah (sightings are common)
• The pure Kalahari sky, with full-spectrum sunsets and dense star clusters, and a special photogenic light at sunrise
• Spectacular thunderstorms and rains that bring out the smell of red sand dunes
• Rare sighting possibilities of less visible animals such as the jackal, leopard, meerkat, brown hyena, honey badger, porcupine, and pangolin
• Herds and herds of picture-perfect oryx/gemsbok
• Blissful solitude and the company of owls and other raptors, yellow mongooses, barking geckos, and all manner of iridescent birds
• Catch a glimpse of the Ethiopian Wolf – one of Earth’s rarest canid species
• Chance to observe the Gelada Baboon, Walia Ibex and Swayne’s Hartebeest (all on the endangered species list)
• Meet the Hyena Man and marvel at the remarkable relationship between man and beast
• Beautiful Langano Lake – home to numerous wild mammals and over 300 species of birds
• Bamboo forests with their shy old-man inhabitants – the Bale Mountain Vervets
• Sanetti Plateau – with its unique wildlife – including red wolves and Colobus monkeys
Featured image: Curious meerkats at Tswalu Kalahari, an escape like no other on the northern fringes of South Africa.