Exciting Offer – Fly To Nanyuki With AirKenya

AirKenya is pleased to inform you that we are offering you an exceptional opportunity to travel to Nanyuki for as low as $148 one way and $252 return. Our Northern Routes Promotion, which runs until the 31st of May 2023, is the perfect chance to get the AirKenya experience.

Nanyuki is the epitome of the safari paradise. It is a beautiful town located in the central part of Kenya, known for its proximity to Mount Kenya, its wildlife conservancies, and premium safari destinations like Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Solio Ranch, Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy, and the Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy.

Our daily flights to Nanyuki depart Wilson Airport at 0900hrs and 1000hrs, arriving at Nanyuki Civil Airport or Kamok Airstrip in Ol Pejeta Conservancy in time for the morning game drive.

Here’s a list of 10 things you can do while in Nanyuki:

1. Visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Home to the last two Northern White Rhinos in the world, Najin and Fatu, the conservancy also offers a chance to see the Big Five (lions, elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, and leopards) and other wildlife species.

2. Climb Mount Kenya – Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second highest in Africa. The mountain has several hiking trails, and you can choose to do a day hike or embark on a 4 to 6-day climb to summit any of its three highest peaks – Batian, Nelion, or Point Lenana.

3. Visit Sweetwater Chimpanzee Sanctuary – Located within the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, it is home to over 40 rescued chimpanzees. You can take a guided tour and learn about the conservation efforts to protect these primates.

4. Go on a game drive – Many wildlife conservancies in Nanyuki offer game drives where you can see a wide variety of animals in their natural habitat.

5. Stand on the Equator line – Hordes of locals and tourists alike pay a visit to Nanyuki just to stand on the equator and learn about the science behind the Coriolis effect.

6. Visit the Nanyuki Market – The Nanyuki market is a vibrant place to experience the local culture and cuisine. You can find fresh produce, spices, and local crafts here.

7. Visit the Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy – This conservancy is renowned for its successful Mountain Bongo breeding and rewilding program. It also houses an animal orphanage that treats and rehabilitates injured, orphaned, and displaced animals in preparation for their release back to their natural habitats.

8. Visit the Mpala, El Karama, and Ol Jogi Conservancy – By visiting conservancies, you are supporting their efforts to protect wildlife and habitats, as well as improve the lives of rural communities in very practical and meaningful ways. Additionally, private conservancies like Ol Jogi often offer exceptional game-viewing advantages that are not available in national parks, such as a crowd-free game-viewing experience, the freedom for your guide to go off-road, and the option of doing guided nature walks.

9. Go horse riding – Horse riding is a popular activity in Nanyuki, and there are several stables that offer guided tours through the conservancies.

10. Visit the Morani Information Centre – The Morani Information Centre is a museum that showcases the Maasai culture and heritage. You can learn about their history, traditions, and way of life.


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