Go of the beaten track and watch a herd of elephants while a few 100 meters further you see a Maasai in red shuka (cloth) herding his cattle. West Kilimanjaro, or more specific, the Enduimet Wildlife Management Area is the place to be. This area is protected, but not a national park, so human beings may reside here. Here, Maasai and wildlife live in peace with each other. It is truly a hidden gem as it is still undiscovered, you don’t have to follow the roads and the traditional life of Maasai makes this your real African experience. Elephants are a come sight here as it is a corridor between Amboseli NP in Kenya and Arusha NP in Tanzania. Furthermore, you will find giraffes, zebra, wildebeest, kudu and gerenuk. Stay in the tents while enjoying the born fire ( Bush Television ) relax and enjoy the fantastic views of the Maasai plains.
Drive to Enduimet through the greener lower slopes of the Kilimanjaro, will stop at Ngasurai gate for registrations then after will proceed to Sinya camp – Game drive on route with a following hot lunch at the Camp. After setting up our mobile tents, around 05:00pm will jump in the car with evening game drive, will visit the Sinya Pool and then drive to the Kenyan boarder to witness herds of elephants, hike to the top of Endonyo Etirapa Hill for Sunset and views of Kilimanjaro, Meru, Namanga and Longido mountains.
After beautiful sundown will descend and drive back to the camp.
At the camp will have a dinner and then bush party will begins there with the bonfire accompany you.
Meals Plan: Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Camping at Sinya camp
After breakfast will have a walk to this plains, passing through Maasai village in the area. Enjoy a nature walk in the morning with your Maasai guide. Late afternoon will be back to the camp for a hot lunch, take a short break then will pack our staffs and drive back to Moshi.
Meals plan: Breakfast & Lunch
NOTE: You can choose either to do game drive by car or nature walk on the wild plains.
– Private transport
– All Camping gears
Tents | Tables | Chairs
– All meals according to the Itinerary
– All entry fees
– WMA fees
– Friendly & Professional English guide
– Drinking Water
– Camping fees
– Bush party
– Local beers
– Personal items
– Sleeping Bags
– Tips for your Guides | Driver | Cook
– Accommodation in your Hotel
– Souvenir Shops