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Explore Africa with10 to 18 like-minded yogis over 14 unforgettable days. Enjoy morning safaris, afternoon yoga, and evening stargazing and swapping stories by an open fire; could life get any better? Home to the Masai Mara and the "Great Migration", Kenya is one of Africa’s best safari destinations. Kenyan safaris were also the inspiration behind Walt Disney’s 1994 blockbuster, “The Lion King”, so Adventure Out Loud hopes you’re ready for a few childhood flashbacks. They also hope you're ready to come face-to-face with a giant gorilla!
Adventure Out Loud aims to support local businesses. As such, most of your accommodation will be in boutique, luxury hotels, guest houses, or safari camps. Here are a few examples.
Severine Cottages are located in the affluent green suburbs of Karen, Nairobi. The cottage homes have a creative fusion of the Nordic wood and Swahili culture. They offer nine boutique timber cabins, each with two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, as well as a generous terrace, garden, and a private leisure seating area equipped with an umbrella shade and safari garden furniture. The numerous amenities and facilities on site are designed with the independent traveler’s interest in mind.
Zebra Plains Mara Camp is in Maasai Game Reserve, which is the best wildlife park in Africa, home to the annual "Great Migration" of wildebeests and zebras, abundant lions, cheetahs, leopards, elephants, giraffes, hippos, and other wildlife. It is a photographer's most preferred game-viewing park in the world. The camp has the best views of the open plains of the Mara and is frequently visited by many wildlife. The camp's setups allow you to have a memorable stay and safari.
Perched on Lake Mutanda at the base of the Virunga Mountains, Mutanda Lake Resort offers comfortable accommodation and stunning views. This is the base for the gorilla treks and is also the perfect place to unwind at the tailend of a high-paced adventure. Sekenani Camp is the perfect combination of luxury and adventure in the heart of the Masai Mara.
Please note that these, are example accommodation options and bookings are dependent on availability. Accommodation included in the itinerary is twin share. Single supplements are available on request for an additional fee.
Here are the types of accommodation you will stay at for this tour:
In Kenya, less than:
By traveling with Adventure Out Loud, you’re empowering young Africans to break-free from poverty. Ahsante Sana (thank you) for making the world a better place.
Taking their knowledge from more than 10 years of traveling, volunteering, and living in East Africa, Adventure Out Loud has hand-crafted this adventure to ensure you get to explore Africa’s most exciting safari destinations, make a positive difference in the world, and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul through yoga and meditation with their team of incredible and experienced yoga instructors.
The best time to see the animals is early morning and late afternoon. Therefore, a typical day on safari will look like:
Adventure Out Loud will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel where you can spend the day relaxing or if you’re feeling energetic, you can jump straight into the action with a rejuvenating yoga session and a walk through the Karura Forest in search for Nairobi’s elusive monkeys.
After morning yoga, head toward the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and the Nairobi Giraffe Centre. This is your chance to get up-close-and-personal to these incredible animals. If you’re lucky, you might even get a kiss from Ed the giraffe. After lunch, be inspired by Tommy Nyawir and the heart-warming Mirror of Hope, a community-based organization empowering vulnerable children living in Africa’s largest slum by keeping them in school.
Today, Gena will lead a mindful meditation in preparation for a day exploring the sights and sounds of Africa’s largest slum. Visit the home of your sponsor student, meet their family, and feast on a delicious Kenyan lunch that you’ll learn to cook. This will be one of the most immersive, connecting experiences of your life and it is a great chance to learn about Kenyan culture, practice your Swahili, and meet some incredibly resilient people.
Hello Masai Mara! One of Africa’s best safari destinations, the Mara is home to Africa’s most exotic safari animals. It is also home to the greatest show on earth, the Great Migration, a natural spectacle like no other. After your first exciting safari drive, head towards the secluded luxury wildlife camp, arriving in time for a warm shower and relaxing evening around the open fire.
Up early, begin your search for Africa’s greatest predators, who are also on the hunt for a nutritious wildebeest breakfast. You can also expect to see many of the other exotic African animals today and if you are lucky, you might even spot a rhino. With so much morning excitement, your body will be craving a deep stretch, a little meditation, and a thorough reconnection. If only you had a yoga instructor; hello Gena!
Each year a million wildebeest brave the Mara River’s crocodile-infested waters in their search for greener grass. This is the greatest natural spectacle on earth and although it is dependent on annual timing, this region offers fantastic wildlife viewing all-year-around. In the afternoon, return for yoga and another relaxing evening swapping stories around the open fire.
Today, search for the Big 5 (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, and rhino). While it is common to see some of these animals, finding all five can be a challenge so make sure you bring your binos and a keen pair of eyes. After lunch, Gena will lead another yoga or meditation session before you enjoy your final night in the magical Masai Mara.
After a final morning game drive, make your way back to the bright lights of Nairobi. This will be your final night in Africa and the perfect occasion to celebrate with new friends who have shared in this unforgettable, enriching, and rejuvenating journey.
Spend the day packing, relaxing, or meditating with Gena before boarding your flight to Kigali, Rwanda to begin your gorilla adventure.
Between April 7 and July 15, 1994, 1 million Tutsis lost their lives in one of the worst genocides in history. This morning is your chance to learn from this tragedy and to pay your respects to those who lost their lives. Afternoon transfer to Mutanda Lake Resort, Uganda.
Mountain gorillas live in forests at elevations of 2,000 to 4,000 meters. They have thicker fur than other great apes which helps them to survive in a habitat where temperatures often drop below freezing. There are approximately 1,000 of these fascinating creatures left in the world and Bwindi National Park in Uganda is home to about 400 of them. Today is your chance to trek with one of the most unique animals on the planet.
Today is your chance to make your own adventure. Swin in Mutanda Lake, trek with golden monkeys, spend another day with the gorillas, practice yoga with Gena, or simply relax with a bottle of red.
Free morning to pack, practice yoga, and make the most of the picturesque surroundings you find yourself in before heading to Kigali for your final evening in Africa.
Begin your journey home with a lifetime of unforgettable memories and stories to share for the rest of your life.
They’re African adventure specialists, thirsty to explore amazing places and make a difference in the world by sponsoring disadvantaged students through school.
We are a team of local and Western guides who are passionate about creating unique, personalized travel experiences that make a difference in the lives of our adventurers and in the communities we visit.
Adventure Out Loud create authentic, luxury small-group and private itineraries. Whether it’s climbing Africa’s highest mountain, going on safari, trekking with the gorillas, or getting off-the-beaten-track, their adventures are hand-crafted to ensure you return home with memories to last a lifetime.
111 million African children didn’t go to school in 2017. Adventure Out Loud aren't okay with this and we’re doing something about it by donating 50% of profits to keeping disadvantaged children in school! Sponsorship is also an essential part of your adventure and if you sponsor, you’ll have the opportunity to meet the student you are sponsoring. With 63 million tourists visiting Africa each year, imagine if every one of them sponsored a student.
There are a number of things that make their adventures extraordinary. There’s their ability to connect you to local communities, cultures, and charities, their commitment to building a strong understanding and intimate knowledge of the destinations they visit, the highly personalized service and experienced team, and their focus on creating authentic, hassle-free adventures that make exploring Africa easy.
Adventure Out Loud is a social enterprise. This means they place the same emphasis on doing the right thing and making a positive impact in the communities they travel to, as they do on making a profit. This is why we donate 50% of our profits to keep disadvantaged children in school. We also make a difference by stimulating local business, creating local jobs, and supporting local communities.
No. Adventure Out Loud yoga instructors have experience teaching all levels and they limit the group sizes to ensure they can address the needs of each yogi. The classes are designed to offer beginner and advanced options and it is also possible to run separate classes during the adventure.
No. Adventure Out Loud will provide you with a yoga mat as part of your adventure.
Gena is an adventurer, entreprenuer and yoga instructor who is best know for her sense of humour and her love for the outdoors. Having taught yoga for more than 20 years, Gena is renowned for her ability to create an environment in which people can develop the skills to connect more closely to themselves, others, and the natural world. This is done through mindful, intelligent yoga and meditation. Gena has a great sense of humour and genuinely cares about the happiness and wellbeing of her students. If you living in Melbourne, we recommend you head down to her studio, Ohana Yoga, for a class.
Yes, Kenyans love visitors and most will go out of their way to make you feel welcome. It is extremely rare for anything bad to happen within Kenya’s national parks and you will not be traveling to the border regions where the Australian Government advises not to travel. As with all travel, your biggest risk is being robbed or having a road accident. Traveling in a small group, avoiding popular tourist areas, traveling with reputable companies, and having experienced tour leaders and local teams with you 24/7 significantly reduces these risks.
Each day's meal inclusions are as follows:
Alternatively, Adventure Out Loud Pty Ltd can tailor-make an added adventure just for you (i.e. Vic Falls, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kilimanjaro, etc).
Spa treatments are available at some hotels and can be booked during your adventure.
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request. Adventure Out Loud to meet you at the airport and transfer you to your accommodation.
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