Off-peak travel offers a variety of activities to try that allow you to connect with nature and enjoy the great outdoors at your own pace. It is a great way to escape the crowds and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of nature. So, dust off your hiking boots and grab your binoculars – let’s discover 5 outdoor activities to try during off-peak travel.
After a wonderful lazy morning, venture out for birdwatching; a great way to get outside and enjoy the fresh air while learning something new. The low season is particularly the best time to go bird watching: fewer people outdoors and there are fewer disturbances for birds, meaning you’ll be able to see more of them!
Enjoy Bird Watching At Mukima House
2. Wind Surfing
If you’re heading to a coastal destination during the low season, consider trying out wind surfing. With fewer people in the water, you can catch some waves without worrying about collisions, especially if you’re a beginner or looking to get a few lessons and some practice time on your own.
Stay Here As You Go Surfing In Malindi
Biking is a fun way to explore a destination during off-peak season. You get to explore the local area, take in the scenery and get some exercise at the same time. A tip: Choose from a variety of trails and routes that suit your interests and skill level. If you’re up for it, try and experience one of the various trails in Vipingo.
Stay At Cardamom House in Vipingo
4. Fly Fishing
Fishing is a peaceful and relaxing way to enjoy nature. Ragati River is 15km long and rises and is near the northern end of Ragati Conservancy. Catch some rainbow trout and enjoy a fruitful fishing trip or, for the particularly adventurous, wake up early and do the overnight heli fishing trip.
Find A Place To Stay In Ragati Conservancy
5. Star Gazing
Finally, off-peak season can be a great time to try stargazing. With the cooler weather and fewer people, you can enjoy the night sky without distractions and take in the beauty of the stars.