If you wish to discover Kenya, its population, its sceneries, and its fauna, far away from crowded tourist places, with some comfort but no excessive luxury, together with the possibility of practicing your favourite sport (paragliding, horse-riding, mountain-biking, trekking…) :
Wild Routes of Kenya is waiting for you !
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This company was born from the association between a French couple: Astrid, a veterinarian, and Erick, a hotel and restaurant keeper, both animals and Africa lovers, and a Kenyan, Korir, a safari guide with a very good knowledge of African wildlife.
Wild Routes of Kenya is based in the beautiful Subukia Valley, 40 kms North from Nakuru, on the Equator, in Mama Daktari's former property.

Come and visit its forest, its lake, its fields, its wildlife (black and white colobus, blue monkeys, river otters, innumerable birds, duikers...), its typical bandas (African bungalows). Muringa Farm has lots of domestic animals and obtained the Learning Animals label for its activities with them. You will be able to go all over the wild and green trails of the surroundings, by foot or with our horses, or even to fly over the valley paragliding, if you are a confirmed pilot with his own wing...

Our perspective is eco-tourism, responsible tourism and ecovolunteering. We also offer workshops in animal communication, equine zoanthropology, wildlife photography and painting, personal development, with different partners specialized in each field. We have a partnership with our association ASES, a French association devoted to orphan and poor children of Subukia. Furthermore, with its numerous domestic animals, our farm offers an undisputable educational interest for children.

Subukia is an ideal departure point for all your personalized safaris, far away from the
crowd (parks of Nakuru, Hell’s Gate, Lake Naivasha, Lake Bogoria, Baringo,
Menengai Crater, Aberdares, Solio, Mount Kenya...)
But you will also be able to visit the more known and frequented reserve of
Masai Mara, and accomodate in our permanent tented camp, where mangooses,
baboons, and maybe some elephants will visit you! See you soon!