About 560 kilometres from Nairobi, four white Toyota Land Cruisers veer off right into a desolate tract. The motors zip over dunes as though there are jet skis on the Indian Ocean. In the space, a rock seems so natural that you might swear you have visible such earlier than.

There is a caravan of camels crossing the sandy paths, leisurely. Welcome to the Chalbi Desert, a new wild journey this is drawing loads of Kenyans to Marsabit.

Stephen Karanja, an ardent traveller, is one of the few vacationers who’ve experienced the thrill of a desert safari and chasing dunes in Kenya.

He says his interest in desolate tract scenery grew because of fatigue of conventional trips to Maasai Mara, Amboseli and Mombasa. When he saw a possibility to go to the Chalbi Desert, he booked with African Suburbs Adventures, a tour organisation that organises overland tours in much less-beaten paths.

On the day of the trip, the group left Nairobi at 4 am after which stopped over on the equator in Nanyuki. On the stretch between Isiolo and Marsabit, they climbed atop the Ololokwe Rock from where they noticed the snow-capped peak of Mt Kenya protruding from clouds earlier than ultimately arriving at a Kenya Wildlife Service in Marsabit at round noon.

About 560 kilometres from Nairobi, four white Toyota Land Cruisers veer off right into a desert. The vehicles zip over dunes as though there are jet skis on the Indian Ocean. In the distance, a rock seems so natural which you could swear you have visible such earlier than.

There is a caravan of camels crossing the sandy paths, leisurely. Welcome to the Chalbi Desert, a brand new wild journey that is drawing loads of Kenyans to Marsabit.

Stephen Karanja, an ardent traveller, is one of the few tourists who’ve skilled the joys of a desolate tract safari and chasing dunes in Kenya.

He says his interest in wasteland surroundings grew because of fatigue of conventional trips to Maasai Mara, Amboseli and Mombasa. When he noticed a possibility to go to the Chalbi Desert, he booked with African Suburbs Adventures, a tour agency that organises overland tours in much less-beaten paths.

On the day of the experience, the institution left Nairobi at 4 am after which stopped over at the equator in Nanyuki. On the stretch between Isiolo and Marsabit, they climbed atop the Ololokwe Rock from in which they noticed the snow-capped height of Mt Kenya protruding from clouds earlier than eventually arriving at a Kenya Wildlife Service in Marsabit at round midday.

On the last day of the journey, the visitors take an early morning sport drive in Lake Turkana National Park.

“You do not get to look all of the huge five-game, but we were lucky due to the fact we trailed a lion that was searching an antelope and we took a video,” he says.

The founding father of Gadget World, an organization that deals with smartphones advanced a love for dunes and rocks while he visited Mambrui Village and Marafa Depression in Malindi.