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Savage Wilderness


Savage Wilderness

Savage Wilderness
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Rafting or white water rafting is a challenging recreational activity using an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water. This is usually done on white water different degrees of rough water, in order to thrill and excite the raft passengers. Rafting in Kenya has been going for over 20 years and has some of the best rafting on the continent. The rivers in Kenya have varying degrees of difficulty, but whichever you choose, you’ll have an adventure you’ll never forget!



Kayaking is a challenging recreational activity using a plastic boat to navigate a river or other bodies of water. Kayaking in Kenya has been going for over 15 years and is some of the best on the continent. The rivers in Kenya have varying degrees of difficulty, but whichever you choose, you’ll have an adventure you’ll never forget!

Reach new heights and have a bash at rock climbing on either our artificial climbing wall at Camp or on a natural rock face located just 15 minutes drive away.


We can offer sessions of 2 hours on our artificial wall and 3 hours on natural rock wall, for a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 15 people.

What’s included

2 to 3 hours of instruction, depending on the climbing surface, all necessary equipment, professional instruction, drinking water, and a guaranteed good time!

Savage Wilderness offers rock climbing courses of one or two days. The courses can either be held at our riverside Camp near Sagana or in Hells Gate National Park at Lake Naivasha.


Explore our amazing camp surroundings by mountain bike. Or join us on one of our MTB expeditions around Kenya.


We can offer 3 hour sessions with a minimum of 3 people and a maximum of 20 people.

What’s included

3 hours, all equipment including helmets and drinking water, a qualified instructor/guide, and guaranteed adventure.

Savage Wilderness can provide amazing Mountain Biking safaris in either the Masai Mara or Laikipia areas of Kenya.

Our Safaris can be from 3 to 7 days long and are supported by a vehicle at all times. Your nights are spent in tents under the stars or at safari lodges.

Fly across the Tana River on our new zip line, the perfect way to de-stress on a rush of adrenalin and marvel at the beautiful scenery from a different point of view.


We offer the zip line experience every day of the year, as long as it is not raining. The zip lines are open 2pm to 5pm. Minimum of 2 people and maximum of 30 people.

What’s included

All safety equipment, instruction and an adrenalin rush.

Often regarded as the most beautiful mountain in Africa, our 5 day expedition takes you from tropical rainforest, 2,400m above sea level, to Mount Kenya’s alpine slopes of point Lenana, the trekker’s summit at 4,985m above sea level!

Mount Kenya is a broad, largely symmetrical volcanic cone with a diameter of about 120km. It was formed between 2.6 and 3.1 million years ago and it is possible that the original volcano was over 7,000m in height and more than 2,000m higher than it is today. Of the main peaks on the mountain, Batian at 5,199m and Nelion at 5,188m are only accessible to technical mountaineers, whilst Lenana, 4,985m, is accessible to trekkers.

Choose your guide depending on your budget and other requirements. Our guides include our own locally trained guides, a European guide holding the UK MLTB Mountain Leader (ML) or equivalent award and our company’s founder – a climber with international experience.


June-October & December-March; for a minimum of 2 people to a maximum of 70 people.

What’s included

Transport to and from Nairobi, all food and drink for the expedition, all camping equipment, park fees, professional, experienced and qualified guides at a ratio of one guide to ten people. Porters carry all kitchen and camping equipment as well as your personal backpack so you only need to carry your day pack.

Savage Wilderness

P.O.Box 1000

Sarit Centre





Tel/Fax: +254 (0) 20 712 1590

Office Mobile: +254 (0) 737 835 963

Email: info@savagewilderness.org

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