Day 1


Arrival and reception at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), Nairobi. Then Transfer to Osoita Lodge in the outskirts of Nairobi, from which place the safari will start. Briefing and presentation of the dirt bikes for the adventure tour starting the next day. Dinner and overnight at Osoita.

Day 2



20 km of tarmac and 180 km of dusty and stony-gravel tracks. (Duration 8 hours including breaks)

Breakfast and departure towards the Ngong hills. Roll down through a steep track into the land of Maasai of Kedong, right into the heart of the Great Rift Valley. You won’t wait too long before meeting the first wild animals. Picnic lunch en route. Drive up the Mau Escarpment, passing through villages and scenic landscapes of the Great Rift Valley then descend towards Lake Naivasha to take a dirt track leading to Lake Elementaita. Arrive at Sleeping Warrior Camp, a small charming camp located in the private Soysambu Reserve, ensconced amidst a landscape of volcanic hills. Dinner and overnight at the camp.

Day 3



120 km of stony-gravel tracks and 60 km of Tarmac (Duration 7 hrs)

Depart after breakfast and drive up the Mau Escarpment up to an altitude of 3000 meters then follow a dirt road at the top of a ridge with a spectacular view over the bed of The Great Rift below. Picnic lunch en route then take the tarmac road passing through Narok Town where you refuel. Arrive at Ilariak Camp, an Eco-Lodge run by the local Maasai community. Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

Day 4



120 km of winding dirt tracks (Duration: 4 hrs)

Depart after breakfast towards Masai Mara north across Loita plains, an area frequented by wildebeest, zebras, giraffes…. Arrive and check into Salt Springs Mara Camp for lunch. This is a comfortable permanent tented camp with a view over the Mara River and is located in one of the Mara’s least visited and protected areas. In the afternoon, explore the Mara Game Reserve aboard a 4WD car, following the twists and turns of the Mara River. Sunset, gives way to a myriad of nocturnal choral sounds which dominate the night and accompany you to sleep after dinner at the camp.

Day 5



170 km of tracks (Duration: 6 hrs)

Depart after breakfast through tracks running outside the Masai Mara park boundary, across the scattered Masai villages while still encountering fascinating wildlife. Then take a rarely used track running along the Tanzanian border which winds up the Loita Hills to reach an altitude of 2800m. Picnic lunch en route. Ride up to the top of Morijo Plateau then on to the campsite in the midst of rain forest, near a saltlick normally visited by elephants and buffalos. Dinner around a campfire and overnight under tents.

Day 6



145 km of winding tracks + 50 km tarmac (Duration: 6 hrs)

Depart after breakfast on a track running down the Loita Hills towards Narok Town. Picnic lunch, then, towards end of the afternoon, arrive at the Masai Village of Mosiro. Brief visit to the local primary school before proceeding to the campsite nested in the middle of the savannah. For dinner you enjoy traditional barbecue in the company of Maasai warriors who at the same time offer entertainment of their traditional songs and stories of their adventures with wild animals.

Day 7



100 km of stony-gravel tracks (Duration 3 hrs)

Depart after breakfast on a lava-stones trail linking the forgotten villages that lie in the arid savannas, south of Mosiro, then to the booming Nguruman market; the little Edenic Maasai Village perennially irrigated by water springs originating from the dense forest cover on the Rift Valley Escarpment. Picnic lunch en route. Finally, arrive at Nguruman market under the freshness of its luxuriant vegetation of lush ficus, tamarind and bananas … Arrive and check into Loisiijo Lodge at the river bank of Ewaso Nyiro river. It is a small charming lodge owned and managed by the local Maasai community. The camp operates in perfect harmony with the wild environment of the reserve, whose diverse wildlife it helps to conserve through its eco-friendly programs that have led to job creation for local people.

Day 8



165 km of Muram road and 40 km tarmac (Duration 7 hrs)

Leave in the morning with picnic, taking a track that passes through Shompole Volcano then to Lake Magadi, a soda lake that is home to many flamingos. Proceed further on a track that goes down the Great Rift Valley and runs along the Nairobi Plateau escarpment, leading to Osoita Lodge. Freshen up and change then drive to "Carnivore" Restaurant for dinner and transfer to Nairobi’s JKIA to take your return flight home.


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Rates and conditions

Tariffs in US Dollar

  • for a groupe of 4 riding participants : $ 4 215 US Dollars per person  
  • for a groupe of 5 riding participants : $ 3 800 US Dollars per person  
  • for a groupe of 6 riding participants : $ 3 515 US Dollars per person
  • for a groupe of 7 riding participants : $ 3 330 US Dollars per person
  • for a groupe of 8 riding participants : $ 3 170 US Dollars per person

What is included

  • Road transfers to/from Nairobi International Airport
  • Hotel half board in Nairobi
  • Full board accommodation in double rooms and single tent with foam mattresses
  • Bottled mineral water
  • Motorcycle (HONDA 250 XR BAJA) with fuel and technical assistance
  • Support car with professional crew; driver, mechanic, medic, cook and tour leader guide by motorbike
  • Medical assistance and link up Air Rescue and Evacuation to Nairobi in case of emergency
  • Radio link between the support car and Flying Doctors
  • Visit of Parks and reserves with entry fees and game drives by 4WD car
  • Insurance against third party liability

What is not included

  • Motorcycle gear: helmet, boots, gloves, protections (compulsory)
  • Personal travel & medical insurance (compulsory)
  • Medical expenses in case of evacuation
  • Drinks in hotels
  • Money for personal expenses (drinks, souvenirs, tips...)
  • Refundable deposit for the motorcycle : US $500


Highlight Points

  • It is advisable to have off road driving skills to participate
  • The motorbikes; off-road models serviced in our premises (HONDA 250 XR BAJA) suit to all riders
  • Accompanying crew: a mechanic, cook, camp attendant and one medic, board a support 4WD car equipped with VHF radio and satellite telephone linked in permanently to the rescue organisation “Flying doctors”
  • It is also possible to participate as accompanying passenger in 4WD car on the same itinerary
  • We take our time to guide you and the tour leader is always available to advice you
  • It is possible to have a customized itinerary e.g. lengthen the legs for the most demanding riders … Note that the average speed of moving is 30 Km/h including breaks
  • We ensure our itinerary is practically off the beaten track, so the participants experience authentic discoveries
  • Requirements : national driving licence, visa, malaria prevention 
  • For camping, we provide double tent for single use (one tent per person) with high density foam mattress, pillow and sleeping bag, toilet and shower facilities