4 Nights -Tale To Nalarai Walk is good for: Dramatic landscapes, Elephants, Birds, Culture. Moderate to Energetic (10 – 14 kms)


Our first camp will be on a sweeping sand river below Tale Hill, which looks like a shark fin coming out of arid plains. After a refreshing lunch and a relaxing afternoon we will walk up Tale hill and look out towards the Mathews Range and the Karisia Hills. We will scan below for Gerenuk, Elephants, Impala and Ostrich. Back at camp hot showers and cool drinks will be waiting for us.


We will wake up early and set off after a light breakfast towards the Ewaso River that stretches a long way below us. On the way we will look out for gerenuk, grants gazelle and the beautiful grevy zebra. We will climb Nantodo rock and enjoy more sweeping views and the river far below. We should be able to see our camp being set up on the banks of the river. We will relax on Nantodo and walk down to our camp in time for lunch and a cold beer. After an afternoon of relaxing by the river we will go on an evening walk up the sand river hunting for the noisy, but shy Stone Partridges, Golden Breasted Starlings and if we are lucky Greater Kudu.


We wake up very early and set off as the sun is rising; winding our way up the sand river hoping to see Klipspingers, Verraux Eagle Owls, Warthogs, Elephants as they head for shady places. We will slowly up hill to our campsite on a ridge next to the pinnacle. Once it cools off we will walk up the awesome pinnacle called Ngai Suisui that has a dramatic 360 degree view of the area and is also the nesting site for a pair of Verreaux Eagles. Sundowners here always taste good!


We will then walk down a dramatic valley to the river to a serene spot called Namasaa. The landscape is spectacular and we will walk along the rivers edge under some enormous Neutonia Trees, watching out for hippos in the deep pools before climbing out of the valley up a rocky river course where the fig trees cling to rocks and Klipspringers perch high on the rocks above. We break out of the valley and on to some rolling country where we will look for elephant and the peculiar Pancake Tortoises that live in cracks in the rocks. From camp we will hopefully see the local herds bringing their livestock to drink. We will go on an evening stroll looking for the colourful birds and enjoy sundowners on a rock.


Travel day after a breakfast and possibly a morning jaunt


  • Full board accommodation on an exclusive walking safari with all drinks included
  • Guides and camels for your safari
  • Conservation and community fees


  • Gratuities
  • Insurance
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Flying Doctor Membership
  • Insurance
Created By
James Christian

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