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Lake Chala Safari and Vuria Hills Hike

Lake Chala Safari and Vuria Hills Hike

We welcome you to join us for the Lovely Lake Chala Safari and Vuria Hills Hike in June 2018 – Madaraka special. This is a 3 day and 2-night safari in June 2018.

Vuria Hills are untamed and absolutely scenic. This is the highest point in the Coast region. The massive rocky outcrops, the lush green vegetation covering the densely populated slopes, the several isolated forests, and the meandering roads up the hills, are absolutely spectacular. The views from the peaks are incredibly beautiful. When the weather is not cloudy, You also get to enjoy magnificent sweeping views of the Tsavo plains from Vuria peak. Additionally, on a clear day, you will see Mt. Kilimanjaro – the highest mountain in Africa.

Lake Chala, also known as Dschalla is a crater lake in a caldera on the borders of Kenya and Tanzania at the eastern edge of Mount Kilimanjaro. Depending on the time of year, it ranges in color from deep blue to turquoise and green, it is surrounded by a 100-metre high crater rim. The lake is fed by groundwater flows, which come from Mount Kilimanjaro, fed and drained underground at a rate of about 10 million m³ / year.

Safari Information

Dates: 1st to 3rd June 2018 (3 days – 2 nights)

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Kenyan Citizens:
KES 12,500/= Camping Option: One tent for two people
KES 16,500/= Lodge Option: Self-contained, one room for two people (two beds)

Kenyan Residents:
KES 16,500/= Camping Option: One tent for two people
KES 20,500/= Lodge Option: Self-contained, one room for two people (two beds)

Non-Residents:
KES 22,000/= Camping Option: One tent for two people
KES 26,000/= Lodge Option: Self-contained, one room for two people (two beds)

Deposit requested to book your space: KES 8,000/=. The deposit requested caters for third-party financial logistics and is therefore non-refundable.

Balance to be cleared by 29th May 2018

Price covers the following:

1.) Transport
2.) Entry fees
3.) Accommodation
4.) Meals
5.) Games and team dynamics
6.) Swimming
7.) Free photography
8.) Salsa and Kizomba Dance in the wild!
9.) Campfire
10.) Music in the evening
11.) Local guides
12.) Half litre mineral water on day one

Price Does Not cover the following:

1.) Extra mineral water and other drinks
2.) Medical insurance
3.) Personal items

Safaricom MPesa: Buy Goods – Till Number: 794244 (Green Ranger Safaris)
MPesa Direct Number: +254 721 955 202
Bank Transfer: Bank details will be given upon request.

The following items are essential:

1.) ID Card for Kenyan Citizens
2.) Residence Permit for Kenyan Residents
3.) Travel insurance (recommended)
4.) Medication in case of a pre-existing medical condition (inform us in advance)

Here are some other things you should carry (try to pack light):

1.) Comfortable walking boots/shoes with good grip
2.) Your swimming costume
3.) Sunglasses, a hat and sunscreen
4.) Camera
5.) Warm jumper
6.) Personal items, toiletries, snacks etc
7.) Extra drinking water

Safari Itinerary

6:30 am: Meeting time in Nairobi CBD
7:00 am: Departure from Nairobi for the wonderful Taita Taveta County
4:00 pm: Arrival time
4:30 pm: Introductions, games and team dynamics
5:00 pm: Evening swimming @ the pool
7:00 pm: Dinner and overnight stay

Meal plan: Yummy breakfast, packed lunch and hot dinner
Morning: Vuria Hills Hiking, photography and a 3-hour hiking challenge (moderate difficulty)
Afternoon: Lake Chala Safari, bird watching, Photography and finally swimming at Lake Chala (awesome experience)

7:00 am: Nature walk and bird watching
8:00 am: Delicious breakfast
10:00 am: Departure time from Shasha Camp and Lodge for Nairobi
7:00 pm: The expected time of arrival in Nairobi… With sweet memories to cherish for a lifetime

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Thank you for giving us an opportunity to serve you!

For more information: info@greenrangersafaris.com | +254 721 955202
Office: Mageso Chambers, Moi Avenue, 1st Floor, Right Wing, Room 1.

20% of our profits go to Environmental Conservation and Community Development in Maasai Mara, Nairobi, Eastern Kenya, Kajiado and other vulnerable regions within the country.

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