Here is your chance to experience a thrill filled valentine adventure as a solo traveller or with a partner in one of the least explored attractions of Central North Kenya and the Pristine Ethiopian culture that has been alive for more than 4,000 Years.

Here is to Food, Fun and Friendship, even romance is welcome.

A 1,700 KM Road Trip in a luxurious cruiser awaits!

DATES;

February 12 to Feb 15, 2021

Booking

Call: +254748627375 |Whatapp: wa.me/+254748627375 | Email: travel@beginnorthadventures.com

(NB: for Kenyan Citizens no Passport is required to crossover to Ethiopia, only National ID)

Itinerary

  • Day 1: Nairobi – Ndoto Mountains foothills
  • Day 2: Ngurunit Springs – Marsabit National Park
  • Day 3: Marsabit – Moyale Ethiopia – Marsabit
  • Day 4: Marsabit – Nairobi

Day 1: Nairobi – Ndoto Mountains foothills

Nairobi to Ngurunit is a 510KM Journey. It’s far than Nairobi to Mombasa which is 490KM apart. On this route you will travel through the former Central Province counties to the border of Nyeri and Laikipia 1KM to the Equator.

At the Equator in Nanyuki you will witness the Coriolis Effect and see how objects in the Southern Hemisphere rotate differently from those in the Northern Hemisphere – to understand the formation of a vortex.

Still in Nanyuki you’ll get a chance to view the snow capped Mount Kenya up close and personal. The snow resembles an ostritch, and the mountain remains sacred to the local communities.

40KM past Timau town center, you’ll see the thousands of acres of wheat farms and golden yellow covered fields of Canola plants.

In Isiolo, we shall stop for an early lunch and a chance to purchase personal effects in the local supermarkets.

40KM past Isiolo is the Ewaso Nyiro river, that is fed by rivers west of mount Kenya, and Aberdare Ranges originating in the counties of; Nyandarua, Laikipia and Meru

The river serves, Laikipia, Samburu, Isiolo, Wajir, Garissa and joins Jubba river in Somalia, onwards to the Indian Ocean.

Further North is mount Ololokwe, Moille Hill and the Laggas of Laisamis

6 p.m. We arrive in Ngurunit where we have dinner and spend the night

Day 2: Ngurunit Springs – Marsabit National Park

Rise and shine in Ngurunit, a beautiful oasis at the foot of Ndoto mountains and Matthew Ranges. If I was asked where the garden of Eden was, this would be the place. The beauty of this place is understood 360 and it’s hard to chonicle it in video and photos. You just have to be here, that’s it.

After breakfast, we go fo a short wal through the woods to a place with springs with natural swimming pool. The sands of the waterways are expanse and gives you that beach feeling as fine sands gets between your toes. This place is heavenly in every sense of the word.

We head back to the camp for early lunch to embark on a trip to Marsabit National Park, the protected misty, Mount Marsabit forest, that proliferates in centuries old trees, crater lakes and springs where wild animals come to quench their thirst. Another rich self sustaining ecosystem, where you can breathe air that has not been breathed before..

After the safari, we head to the Hotel where we shall have a our dinner.

Day 3: Marsabit – Moyale Ethiopia – Marsabit

The trip to Moyale Ethiopia is scenic and smooth on the Great North Road a.k.a A2 highway a continuation of Thika Superhighway that joins with Ethiopia onwards to Cairo Egypt.

On the Ethiopia side we shall see the cultural ways of the largely cushite communities there and especially their dresswear and coffee ceremony.

Lunch time we get to taste the great coffee accompanied by Authentic Abyssinia Cuisine.. (I guess that’s where we borrow the name for that large, rounded tray, Sinia – don’t quote me though 🙂 ).

But just how sumptous is the Cuisine we have for you? Take a listen to what one guest had to say:

I almost want to keep this place a secret as the joy of it is that it’s literally mouth watering – you only ever eat food that is so delicious that you would consider moving here 😉 Thank you xxxx for providing us with Ethiopian delicacy.

Guest Review on expected meals that awats you

In the Afternoon we crossover to Kenyan side and head our way to Marsabit for the much awaited Dinner. But what kind of dinner, do you expect? Take a listen to one of guests

Mike, this your company should be renamed from Begin North Adventures to Begin Food Adventures

Guest over last supper in a trip

We are generous, and are always delighted when guests choose us, because it’s an opportunity to for us to generously delight you.

Day 4: Marsabit – Nairobi

After 3 days of packed adventures to the minute, it’s time to bag up and exit the North. But first breakfast..

Over cool music in the luxurious safaris.. memories running through nolstagically.. we ascend towards Nanyuki, only to descend to Nairobi with memories that you have never though of or Even read about.

What is the Cost?

Kenyan Citizens:

Singles: Kes. 53,900 Limited Offer: KES. 34,000

Couples: 104,000 Limited Offer KES. 65,0000

Expats: call

What’s Included

  • Transfer from Nairobi to Marsabit in Luxurious Landcruisers
  • Accomodition in the best available facility in a given area
  • Ngurunit/ Ndoto Foothills Tour
  • Moyale Ethiopia Tour
  • Marsabit Crater Lakes and Park Tour
  • Transport on Luxurious 4×4 Landcruiser through and through
  • All meals from Day 1 Dinner to Day 4 Breakfast
  • Adequate drinking water
  • Access to Professional Staff
  • Transfer from Marsabit back to Nairobi in Luxurious Landcruisers

Bookings

The Trip is on February 2021, 12-15

Confirmations are by email: travel@beginnorthadventures.com

Queries and Clarifications are by Calls/Whatsapp 0748627375

Payments

100% payments must be realised by 5th February

Payment is by Mpesa Paybill, Equitel, Bank Deposit – call/text 0748627375 for payment options to be availed to you.


Begin North Adventures
Begin North Adventures

Begin North Adventures, is Your Travel Partner, with focus on Kenya's North. Occuring East of Rift Valley and North of Equator: are lands with extreme climates from the snow capped Mount Kenya, to the World's 2nd largest Desert Lake, the Jade Sea (Lake Turkana), Chalbi desert, UNESCO protected biosphere of Mt. Kulal, the protected Marsabit Forest that remains largely unchronicled until now. Let's help you create memories on these Virgin lands

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