For those concerned that hiking sounds like hard work, the pace is set by you, and is punctuated by plenty of stops along the way to discover, learn and marvel at the infinite fascinations you will chance upon. And at the day’s end, creature comforts await: cosy beds, warm bucket showers, and a hearty meal around the campfire as you gaze up at the stars.
Our guide Mzee Nyuki, tells me he is Ndorobo. It’s a derogatory name endowed, long ago, upon several unrelated hunting & gathering tribes encountered by the Maasai in Tanzania and Kenya. The term in Maa… Read More
Adrian Allen was born and brought up in Kenya, and passed his younger years roaming, exploring and fishing, nurturing a love for the wild outdoors and pristine places. Always knowing that a 9 to 5… Read More
It has to do with distance from the rest of the world – not just a physical distance, but a deliberate distance in the way we decide to live. Partly it has to do with… Read More
We’re proud to present a quirky, invigorating short film by the expressive talent Rufus Blackwell, focusing on the southern Serengeti during the wildebeest birthing season: a time of vitality when everything is fresh, new and… Read More