This Kenya tour is about bush and beach. A great combination of riding and relaxation.
|per rider in a group of 8 riders:||$3,378.00|
|per rider in a group of 7 riders:||$3,474.00|
|per rider in a group of 6 riders:||$3,602.00|
|per rider in a group of 5 riders:||$3,781.00|
|per rider in a group of 4 riders:||$4,049.00|
|per rider in a group of 3 riders:||$4,497.00|
|per rider in a group of 2 riders:||$5,392.00|
|per person single room where possible (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room")||$182.00|
|Riding gear for the entire tour (on request - no surcharge)||$0.00|
|Optional - visits to the Giraffe Centre and the Karen Blixen Museum, price per person||$30.00|
|7 days of off-road riding on diverse terrains and in different landscapes, with occasional tarmac roads (~200km a day)|
|Airport pick up and drop off (Nairobi)|
|Airport drop off (the Coast)|
|Transport from Nairobi to the Punda Milias Camp (by car)|
|1 night accommodation at the Tamarind Tree Hotel on B/B (bed & breakfast) in twin rooms|
|2 nights accommodation at Punda Milias Camp incl. Full Board (all meals, international food) in single rooms|
|1 night accommodation at the Lerruat Lodge or a camping site in Kajiado incl. Full Board (all meals, international food) in individual tents|
|1 night accommodation at the Teen Ranch Kenya lodge or at a camping site in Amboseli incl. Full Board (all meals, international food) in individual tents|
|2 nights at the Panlis Resort or at a camping site in another area of Amboseli incl. Full Board (all meals, international food) in individual tents|
|3 nights at the Flamboyant Bed and Breakfast or at a camping site incl. Full Board (all meals, international food) in individual tents|
|Drinking water during the ride|
|Front rider & guide, mechanic, support vehicle. The Crew has First Aid knowledge.|
|FE 390 Husaberg / KTM 350 and 250 motorbikes with fuel, insurance on bikes & 3rd party for riders|
|Conservancy Fees for Soysambu Conservancy|
|Flights from Ukunda, South Coast to Nairobi|
|AMREF (Flying Doctors) emergency airlift cover|
|International flights & visa for Kenya|
|Covid tests (if still relevant at time of travel)|
|Lunch & dinners in Nairobi|
|Riding gear (can be hired from us on a limited basis, free of charge)|
|Medical insurance (mandatory)|
|Everything that is not listed under included services|
|Duration: 11 days / 10 nights|
|Tour dates: There are no fixed dates, only proposed ones. Dates for this tour can be arranged to suit the customer´s preferred wishes.|
|Minimum number of participants: 2|
|Maximum number of participants: 8|
|Daily stages: ~200km a day|
|Required level of riding experience: intermediate to experienced off-road riders|
|Accommodation: Twin rooms at the Tamarind Tree Hotel upon your arrival in Nairobi, single rooms at the Punda Milias Nakuru Camp, (unless otherwise requested) then in simple lodges or camping in individual tents. All accommodation is subject to availability at the time of booking|
|Extra nights in hotel can be arranged to accommodate your travel needs.|
|Riding gear is mandatory. We offer the following gear on a limited basis:|
|helmets, goggles, gloves, body armors, riding pants and shirts, camel packs, and a few pairs of boots|
|Riders are strongly invited to bring their own gear to ensure they are comfortable with this essential aspect of riding.|
|Pillion passengers: This tour is not suitable for pillion passengers. However 2 quads are available should (non – biker) customers wish to participate.|
|On the last day in Nairobi, visits to the Giraffe Centre and the Karen Blixen Museum are possible at an additional cost of $ 30 per person.|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
This itinerary is a combination of riding, to arrive at the Kenyan Coast and spend 3 nights relaxing and enjoying the beautiful beaches Kenya has to offer. Soysambu Conservancy is the perfect place to enjoy wildlife sightings up close form the seat of your motorbike (giraffe, zebra & gazelles), then amazing views of Mt Kilimanjaro, great sightings of elephant at waterholes, and finally to arrive at the South Coast of Kenya – a pure bush & beach tour.
Day 1 - Arrival in Nairobi. You will be picked up at the airport and transfered to the Tamarind Tree Hotel. Overnight stay at the Tamarind Tree Hotel, Nairobi.
Day 2 - Early morning departure from Nairobi. Approximately a three-hour drive to Punda Milias Camp close to the city of Nakuru. Here you will get to know your riding crew. After the briefing on the motorcycles and safety rules - it´s time to ride! We go explore the surrounding hills with beautiful views of the lakes and ride in the Eburu forest. Overnight stay at the Punda Milias Camp.
Day 3 - We will have a full day out and explore the Soysambu Conservancy. The Conservancy is home to plenty of plains, zebras, giraffes, gazelles, as well as buffalos amongst other animals. Riding on and around the conservancy is unbelievably beautiful and seeing the animals from the seat of your motorcycle is an experience of a lifetime. Optionally you can have a picnic lunch out, or a lunch back at the camp. There are plenty of routes we can ride, the whole area offers different terrains and different riding level routes – from intermediate to more difficult. Overnight stay at the Punda Milias Camp.
Day 4 - After breakfast, we ride back out of the Great Rift Valley, past the famous Ngong Hills from the film ‘Out of Africa’ and then head south to Kajiado. Overnight stay at a camping site or at the Lerruat Lodge on the top of a steep hill.
Day 5 - From Lerruat Lodge, we ride through small farms and villages towards Amboseli National Reserve. We will spend the night here, just outside the park. The views of Mount Kilimanjaro from this spot are spectacular. Overnight stay at the Teen Ranch Kenya lodge.
Day 6 - From the stunning views of Mt Kilimanjaro, we ride close to the Tanzanian border, close to Tsavo West National Reserve and on to the Teita Taveta area. The landscape with rolling hills and plains is beautiful. This area is known for large sisal plantations and lots of elephants. Overnight stay at the Panlis resort.
Day 7 - We will spend a full day in this area for sightings of elephants. Overnight stay at the same site like the day before.
Day 8 - After breakfast, we ride form Teita Taveta to the Kenyan Coast. The ride takes us past Rukinga and Kilibasi Hills, up through the Shimba Hills Reserve and then down to the white sandy beaches of the South Coast of Mombasa. This is the last day of riding on this trip. Overnight stay at the Flamboyant Bed and Breakfast or at a camping site.
Day 9 - Full day at the Kenyan Coast. Overnight stay at the same place like on the day before.
Day 10 - Full day at the Kenyan Coast. Overnight stay at the same place like on the day before.
Day 11 - Mid morning flight back to Nairobi from Ukunda. Pick up at the Wilson Airport. There´s an option of visiting the Giraffe Centre and the Karen Blixen Museum. Early dinner and drop off at JKIA for your flight back home.
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Our conservation work
We are committed to protecting the communities, wildlife, and environment that we ride in. The conservancy fees that are charged to the clients are used to support the conservancy areas in which we ride, which sustain the wildlife and communities that live in these areas. We are also in the position to raise money for funding special projects. In our HQ at the Soysambu Conservancy, we have facilitated de-snaring projects. Snares are a major threat to wildlife populations through poaching and these projects that we support are critical to protecting their wildlife populations.
In the past, we have raised money to support the world-renowned David Sheldrick Trust that is known for its rescue and rehabilitation programs for orphaned elephants.
We have also held fundraisers to build predator-proof "bomas", which are designed to reduce livestock and wildlife conflict and, as they are designed to be mobile, they are great for sustainable rangelands management and enhancing grass production.
Our crew equally volunteers at the Mugie Triathlon for route opening and closing as a safety precaution to protect both the wildlife and the competitors. They ensure that there are no buffalo or elephants on the routes during the competition. This also helps raise money for a mobile community clinic serving the Western side of Laikipia.