Walking Wild, Walking Free
No virus, no media, no politics.
Traveling through northern Kenya you’ll find wild country alive with black rhinos, loping giraffes, herds of gentle elephants, and shy leopards. You won’t find oppressive lockdowns or caustic politics.
As I walk with my Masai guide Kitonga I feel like a born again traveler. There is no talk of Covid. Just the thrill of spotting a leopard. Tracking spoor. Walking up to black rhinos.
Watch David’s interview of Kitonga, below, and learn from Kitonga as he shares his knowledge on wild land and wildlife management in Kenya, and describes what the Walking Wild nomadic safaris he leads are all about.
After four hours of easy exercise and wildlife therapy we walk into our camp, struck by a bubbling stream lined by huge yellow Acacia trees.
This 3-day walking safari gets your feet on the ground and your senses awakened.
A crew of 9 Masai manage a string of camels. Each morning they bridle and saddle the camels, break camp, load the tents on the caravan and move out ahead of us to strike camp at our new destination.