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Athi Kapiti

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Price ksh8000 ksh7000 2 days
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Athi Kapiti

ksh8000 ksh7000 per person

The Athi Kapiti Plains is a land area of 20 000 acres and situated only 40km from Nairobi, the Athi Kapiti conservancy offers the most accessible game-viewing location in Kenya outside Nairobi NP. It also holds some of Kenya’s most astonishing wildlife, including the country’s only white-morph cheetahs.

Leopard stalk the riverbeds and thickets, lions the open plains, giraffe and herds of antelope and zebra dot the open plains. The conservancy and surrounding plains are the preferred calving ground for the wildebeest migrating from the southern plains of Tsavo West, Chulu and Amboseli. For those visitors particularly interested in bird life, the conservancy and plains have recorded more than 40 raptor species!

2 days
4 Years+ Age
  • Departure
    Please arrive by 9:00 AM for a 9:30 AM MTB start
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 6:00 Am in westlands for a prompt departure at 6:30 AM.
  • Dress Code
    Cycling clothes, camping gears
  • Included
    Accommondation
    All Museum Tickets
    Bicycle Hire
    Meals
    Park fees
    Personal Guide
    Photo/Videography
    Tour Guide
  • Not Included
    Transportation/Car
    Typical Souvenir
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Day 1: Departure
Saturday; Pick up at 6:00 Am in westlands for a prompt departure at 6:30 AM. Drive for approximately 2hrs and arrive at The Kapiti Ranch, we shall settle into our camp and then head out for a ride into the conservancy for the rest of the day. Dinner will be served in the campsite while you enjoy the sounds of nature around a campsite.  
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Day 2: Adventure Beggins
Sunday: We shall wake up to a breakfast with a view of the dam, then head out for a ride and return in time for lunch as we wind down and head back to  Nairobi at 4pm, arrival in westlands at approximately 6pm.

Tour Location

The Athi Kapiti Plains is an expansive dispersal area including the 6 ranches to the south, south east that amount to a block some 3.5 times larger than the National Park. It also lies in the centre of an annual cyclic event that may now dominate the ecology of migratory animals in the region. It is part of a much larger area that sees the transitory movement of large ungulates and zebra, but due to its to habitat quality, sustainable human density, rainfall and soils it is perhaps now the most important and still-intact feeding and calving ground for these migratory animals.

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