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Trek through the wild African bush, home to several Maasai communities. Perhaps the most revered of the great African nomadic tribes, the Maasai are the fiercest of warriors, but struggle to retain their modest lifestyle in modern times. Along with our local guides, you will be led by Maasai guides. Your journey begins from the bottom of Mt. Longido (2,590m), trekking across the floor of the Great Rift Valley to the foothills of the Crater Highlands. Expect to be captivated by the beauty of this incredible region, otherwise known as “the Cradle of Mankind”. The spectacular route passes Mt. Kitumbeine, the game-filled plains of Nagarirat and the escarpment of the Rift Valley During the trek you will be walking for up to 22 kms a day. Depending on the weather and the day, rest/water stops will be set up regularly, where you can regroup, rest and relax while drinking water and eating your snacks. Lunch will be a packed lunch in a beautiful location. You will get to your campsite in the afternoon where you can relax, wash, have a drink and eat your dinner. This trek takes place in the wild African bush – home to several Maasai communities. Terrain will be a variation of dry and bumpy along the way Camping throughout the trek will be in large deluxe two person tents. There will be toilet and shower tents, an awning for restaurant and a small bush bar selling drinks and bottled water. Maasai warriors will guard and guide your group in partnership with our support crew of qualified guides, camp team and drivers. At the end of the trek, you will be staying in more comfortable accommodation in a hotel.