Nguruman Escarpment Expedition
June 8 @ 6:00 am - June 9 @ 2:00 pm
NGURUMAN ESCARPMENT EXPEDITION
Nguruman Escarpment is an escarpment in southern Kenya, towering to about 2,300m altitude. The Escarpment is located near Kenya-Tanzania border in between Lakes Magadi and lake Natron. It is very hot and dry during day time due to high alkaline lakes around.
The roughly 50km long escarpment holds treasures of beauty not hosted by many destinations. Bordering the escarpment are the famous Loita Hills, that tower behind this magnificent landform. Together, they stretch a long way forming a seemingly unending wave of geographical features. The plains below are about 900m above sea level, getting lower as you near the lakes (Magadi and Natron- both alkaline lakes).
Nguruman escarpment has a unique water fall- Entesopia falls at the peak where one can enjoy swimming as you bask on sun rays.
At its foothills are two big wildlife conservancies (Olkirimatian and Shompole) that help the local community manage their biodiversity more sustainably. Join us for two days tour and let’s explore Nguruman Escarpment hidden beauty.
Date 8th to 9th June
Venue: Narok county
Pick up point: Tuskys opposite city Market
Pick up time: 6:00am
o Hiking boot /Sports gear
o Light hiking pant
o Sweat jacket
o Extra clothes
o Identity / passport
o Swimming costume
o Extra water
The road from Lake Magadi to Nguruman is very hot and dry. Therefore ensure you have light clothes, lip balm, sun lotion and extra water
Charges 6950/ (transport, accommodation, meals, guide fee, conservation fee)
BOOK your slot by making a deposit of 2000/ (non-refundable) to till number 771811(buy goods and services). Forward the Mpesa payment details and your name to +254720495797. What’s app us on +254736828142
If you cancel more than 48 hours before your scheduled trip departure, a 30% of the fee will be charged.
If you cancel within 48 hours of your scheduled trip departure, no refund fees will be provided.
No shows are responsible for 100% of trip fees.
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