The flycamp experience was so special, it was well organized. It was a very interesting 4 hours each day, Mika and Peter ensured our safety was paramount at all times. So much we would not have experienced without the walk. The camp site was of very high standard and we had a wonderful meal.
Why Wild Camping
Wild camping is a perfect way to enjoy the wild in a timeless fashion. Man has been walking these plains for millennia. While on foot you can gather a true understanding of the bush as there is nothing to detach you from nature, our guides explain your surroundings from the smallest of signs to the largest land mammals.
Cooking under the stars is a bonding experience with the guides. It gives the adventurous safari-goer a sense of togetherness and makes one realises how the simplest things such as watching the sky, are forgotten in our modern world.
The walking will not be strenuous and there will be many intervals at various points of interest. The distance covered will be approximately 10km (allow 3-4 hours) on the first day and 13km (allow 4-5 hours) on the second day. As the walk is run on an exclusive basis we are flexible and can reduce it if you feel you are not fit enough.
A lightweight fly-camp, staffed by a cook and a camp hand, will be set up in advance of arrival. Small dome tents for 2 pax are equipped with camp beds, bedrolls, chairs and a washstand. Basic bathroom facilities are available (long drop toilet and bush shower). A lightweight mess shelter will be used in the event of rain.
Laikipia Wild at 2000 meters
Travel outside Ol Pejeta Conservancy into the stunning Lolldaiga Hills offering excellent walking terrain. 49,000 acres of wilderness from cedar forests to open grasslands and valleys, outstanding views, 104 mammals, 385 bird species. You will be escorted by a Kicheche guide and overnight in a mobile campsite. Back the following day for lunch at Kicheche Laikipia.