Suguta Valley & the Jade Sea 9 Days
(Kenya)
Laikipia, Lake Turkana, and the Matthews Mountains

Price (from) US$1,717 per person per day

*All inclusive price based upon a minimum 2 travellers, on a tailor-made basis

Explore the last frontier of untouched wilderness in Kenya, a truly extraordinary landscape of alkaline lakes with flamingo, active volcanoes, deserts and mega calderas surrounded by jade-green waters. Sensationally labelled ‘the valley of death’, due to the stark and barren landscape that stretches horizon to horizon. Well protected due to inaccessibility from the ground, scenic flying is the most practical way to experience the majesty of Cathedral Rock, the flamingo flocks of Lake Logipi, and the beautiful sand dunes and peculiar mushroom rocks of the Suguta Desert.

Sarara in the Matthews Range

Ol Malo Camel Safari

Highlights

  • Explore the rich diversity of Laikipia and the coveted Ol Malo private conservancy
  • Scenic flight over The Suguta Valley,  Lake Logipi, Cathedral Rock, the sand dunes of the Suguta Desert and the active Teleki Volcano
  • Scenic flight over Lake Turkana to Elyie Springs
  • Explore the landscapes and lakeshore of Lake Turkana, known as the ‘cradle of mankind’
  • Optional scenic flight by helicopter to/from The Suguta Valley & Lake Turkana, to explore the area’s wide range of physical features from canyons, river systems, natural springs, wetlands, hot water springs, volcanoes and calderas
  • Visit the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, the only community managed elephant sanctuary in the world
  • Guided walks in the forests of the Matthews Range and game drives within the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy
  • Visit the world famous ‘Singing Wells’ of the Samburu people in Namunyak (no photography permitted)

Scenic Flight over Teleki Volcano

Kungwe Baby Chimp

Experience a Rich Samburu Culture

Relax at Ol Malo

This was the best experience trip we ever had. The Air Safari was fantastic. Chief Pilot Murtaza Walijee made the experience so welcoming it was like we were VIP's all the way. I recommend it and one has to experience it once in a lifetime."
- Andre, Malta

Leopard at Sarara

Details

Start: Nairobi
Finish: Nairobi

Distance covered: 2,750+ km/1,700+ miles
Duration: 9 days / 8 nights on safari

*Minimum 4 passengers travelling on a full board basis, fully guided with exclusive use of the aircraft

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