Eco Tourism Plus.

Uniquely designed safaris that provide sustainable and authentic travel experiences which educate and engage travelers on East Africa’s rich culture and diverse natural beauty while protecting local economies and promoting ecological stewardship. Every Eco Plus Guide is a respectful teacher of the surroundings with special focus on the community, preservation of natural resources, and paying attention to every detail, making the safari truly an experience - not just a trip!

Eco Adventures Limited emphasizes strongly on sustainable tourism and is committed to preparing community Tourism and Joint venture activities and uniting the effort of tourism for the benefit of all. Our Eco Tourism plus programs take you to low density reserves where our footprint is as low as possible, while ensuring you responsibly enjoy the best experiences the destination has to offer. The Ecotourism Plus Programs emphasize strongly on sustainable tourism.

Eco Adventures has established a collaboration with leading International & local like –minded partners with the sole purpose of preparing Community Tourism and Joint venture activities. Through these programs, Eco Adventures Ltd. offers unique opportunities for the participants in the areas of communities & culture, conservation, and natural history, across East Africa.


These programs are most authentic, most innovative, most immersive, best guided and sustainable tours that respond to travelers looking for more meaning and context. Beyond providing guiding to the destination, they include novel ways for the participants to give back. Through the experiences the participants gain an understanding of the connection existing between human activities in the global arena. The result is life enriching experiences through behind the scenes access in activities of personal interest, making the experience all the more special and unique.


Here is a sample itinerary of Horse Riding Safari in Kenya!


Day 1

You will be collected from your Nairobi hotel or directly from the airport in the morning and transferred to Wilson Airport for a flight to Siana Springs, in the Masai Mara. It is a beautiful flight passing over the fertile Kikuyu Highlands before reaching the Great Rift Valley. We fly across the volcano studded floor of the Rift before reaching the Loita Hills and Siana Springs Air strip.

You will be met by your guide and there will be an hour’s drive to camp. We reach our camp in a grove of acacia trees by a small stream at the southern edge of the Loita Plains at Olare Lamun (the rhino salt lick) in time for lunch. There will be an evening ride. Overnight Olare Lamun

Today is a full day exploring this remote area with abundant game. Drives, rides and walks may be taken from camp. Overnight Olare Lamun.
Our first moving day and we break camp in good time as it is the longest ride of the trip covering nearly 50kms. We ride across rolling open plains and the game generally becomes more plentiful as we approach the Mara ecosystem. We should see herds of zebra, topi, giraffe, wildebeest, gazelle and there is a good chance of seeing elephant and buffalo as well.
We reach our camp on the edge of the Masai Game Reserve on the Olare Orok lugga late afternoon. From camp we are likely to hear lion and hyena at night and the abundance of game is apparent everywhere. Overnight Olare Orok.
We have two full days of morning and evening rides from camp with the option of driving into the game park for some good photographic opportunities. From the Landrovers we can get much closer to lion, elephant and buffalo than we are able to do from the horses. Overnight Olare Orok
Another moving day. We head west across the Mara plains and reach the Mara River on the Park boundary. We hopefully ford the river (unless in complete flood) at one of the famous wildebeest crossings and then head south west across the Mara Triangle where we have our picnic lunch before ascending the Soit Olololol Escarpment to reach our camp in a forest glade overlooking the whole Mara ecosystem. Overnight Soit Olololol.
We ride south west along the top of the escarpment enjoying glorious views to the east on excellent going for the horses. We hopefully see the beautiful Mrs Ross’ and Schalows Turaco as well as much plains game. We descend the escarpment on foot along a rocky cattle track and have a picnic lunch under some acacias at the foot of the escarpment.
After lunch we ride back through the Mara Triangle at the foot of the escarpment before ascending on a game trail. Many bachelor buffalo herds are a feature of the afternoon. Overnight Soit Olololol.
We descend the escarpment again and ride across to the same wildebeest crossing on the river. We head in a north western direction and after lunch, we find our final campsite set up on the banks of the Mara River. Close by there are some hippo pools and their grunting at night is a special feature of this camp. Overnight Mara River.
Leaving camp after breakfast with a picnic lunch we drive to Deloraine via the impressive tea growing area of Kericho. We arrive in time for tea and an evening walk around the beautiful garden. Overnight Deloraine.
An early morning ride before breakfast is optional. Also day trips to either Lake Nakuru or Bogoria famous for their flamingos can be arranged with a picnic lunch. Overnight Deloraine.
Road transfer back to Nairobi, leaving after lunch.