The world famous game-viewing lodges Treetops and The Ark are both found in forests on the east side of the range. Though very expensive they are well worth a visit. Camping is permitted at Park Gates and at recognised campsites, it is best to obtain permission to camp elsewhere. Two huts provide very simple shelters; one is on the approach to Satima from the south, the other just below The Elephant. A pleasant, simple forestry rest house with campsite beside it provides a good base for the walk up to Kinangop, Under an overhang below the Western Twin there is a cave shelter (3400m). This provides a fine base for the ascent of Satima.
Day 01: Nairobi- Ndarara Camp
Depart Nairobi passing through the Rift Valley to Narok town. After half an hours drive from here you will be dropped at Maji Moto. Proceed to Ndarara Manyata for lunch. After lunch, walk for two hours to the main Ndarara Camp for dinner and overnight.
Day 02: Ndarara - Letukunyi
Early breakfast then leave Ndarara to Letukunyi. The walk will take 5 to 6 hours through the scattered bushes. Dinner and overnight at Letukunyi.
Day 03: Letukunyi – Morinjo Campsite
Leave Letukunyi camp early in the morning for an enjoyable walk before the sun is too hot. We will pass Narosora for lunch to buy what might be out of stock. After an hour or two proceed to Morinjo for dinner and overnight at the campsite.
Day 04: Morinjo - Enkutoto
Leave Morinjo and walk through the forest to Enkutoto campsite in about 6 hours. Dinner and overnight.
Day 05: Enkutoto - Nguruman
Leave Enkututo and walk along the left side of the Rift Valley via the Nguruman Escarpment to Nguruman town for a dinner and overnight. The camp offers an excellent view of the surrounding areas which include Lake Magadi, Ngong Hills, and Lake Natron in Tanzania on a clear day.
Day 06: Nguruman - Nairobi
After breakfast, descend down the escarpment and through small farms to Nguruman town for your journey back to Nairobi, arriving in the afternoon.