World Jenny’s Day 2024

Safari Cycle Fundraiser




World Jenny's Day Cycle Safari Kenya 2023 Fundraiser
World Jenny's Day Cycle Safari Kenya 2023 Fundraiser
World Jenny's Day Cycle Safari Kenya 2023 Fundraiser


Are you ready for an unforgettable BICYCLE safari adventure ?

From near Kilimanjaro, through to Tsavo, and all the way to the white beach of Watamu, you’ll see breathtaking landscapes and incredible wildlife up close!

Join us in Kenya for a 6-day cycle safari with experienced guides and backup vehicles.

  • 5 x half days on the road on your bike passing through the TSAVO EcoSystem (6 days in all)
  • Distances to suit you
  • Afternoons at your leisure to chill, with evening  Game/Wildlife Drive & Sundowners
  • Camp Fire 🔥 Stories about the Day’s Adventures

Distances to suit You and Yours …

From 20 to 30km Morning Rides
40 – 60km Rides (the norm)
80km longer morning rides on some days, for those who choose/need to ride further.

Afternoons at rest followed by 5pm Game Drives and 6pm Sundowners

You don’t have to be a Cyclist to join this Safari

Supporters and well-wishers / spouses and friends can come along as well – to also help raise funds + enjoy the the adventure & enjoy making special memories on Safari
You can choose when and how long you want to cycle each day. Back-up Vehicles are there to support You.

Medals up for grabs

Gold Cycling Medal

Gold Medallists
If you are able to ride your bike around 60km per day for days, you earn a Gold Medal.

This is a comfortable distance to ride between 7am and lunch time each day, finishing sometimes for a late lunch.

Silver Cycling Medal

Silver Medallists
Average 40km per day, some 200km in 5 days for you to be awarded a Silver Medal.

Each day you can build up a little credit of Km towards your goal, when or if the time allows.

Bronze Cycling Medal
Bronze Medallists
Youngsters or those not feeling at their fittest can cycle just 20km a day over 5 days which makes of 100km if you’d like to be awarded a Bronze Medal.


​Handcrafted Especially for  World Jenny’s Day Cycle Safaris

Will YOU be the recipient of the 2024 Floating Butterfly Trophy?

This Trophy will be awarded to the highest fundraiser to raise funds for World Jenny’s Day 2024 over and above the basic £500 included in the participation fee.

WJD Floating butterfly trophy
Safari Cycle Guides Chris and Janine Angell

Cycle Safari Guides

The Safari is run by Kenyan Professional Safari Guides, Chris & Janine Angell

– with 34 years of Cycling Safari experience in 7 African countries, as well as the UAE/Oman & Australia.

They cycle in safe areas mainly amongst the plains’ game.

More information and itinerary overview

Cost for the 6 Day Safari Cycle Ride is £1750.

£500 goes towards World Jenny’s Day and £1250 goes towards to the support of the ride, including your Twin Sharing Accommodation and Meals.

– Single supplements available most nights (subject to you liaising in advance).

– When cycling through a National Park, Armed Rangers join the Support Team.​​​

Price Includes:

  • Transfer from Voi to Ziwani Lodge, if travelling on 18 August by SGR Train from Nairobi to Voi.
  • ​6 Days Cycling Tsavo West & East Game Park through to a Tropical Kenyan Beach.
    Experienced Guide and Team with Back-Up Vehicles.
  • Refreshment Stops – Water every 10km & Snacks to replenish every 30km.
  • Bicycle provided if required or ideally bring your own.
  • 6 Nights in Safari Lodges/Luxury Camps and Coast Hotel – in shared twins.
  • Free Collection and transfer to Ziwani for noon arrival SGR Passengers from Nairobi to Voi on 18 August.


  • Airfares to/from Kenya
  • Transport to Ziwani Camp at start of Safari Cycle on 18 August (unless you travel by SGR Train from Nairobi to Voi – Noon arrival Voi)​
  • Pre-booked E-Bike at £300 for 6 days
  • Transport after completion of Safari at Watamu Beach on 24 August
  • ​Drinks
  • Tsavo National Park Entrance Fee​
  • AMREF Flying Doctor – compulsory & recommended $35


Opportunity to Expand Your Safari :

  • Extend your trip of a life time Safari through to other parts of East Africa either before or after the Cycle Ride – planned through WJD’s collaborators Safari-Guru
Family and friends on the Cycle safari

Application to Join the 2024 Cycle Safari Adventure

5 + 5 =

 Payment Links / QR Code

Safari Cycle Ride Stripe Payment Screenshot
QR Code for Cycle Safari Payment

ALSO – Experience More of East Africa Either

Before or After Your Safari Cycle Ride?

Explore Safari Guru’s meticulously planned World Jenny’s Day safaris, the perfect itinerary addition to extend your stay and experience vibrant culture, breathtaking scenery and unparalleled wildlife experiences.

Adding a Safari to World Jenny’s Day Safari Cycle Fundraiser Ride

Imagine combining the adrenaline rush of cycling with the serenity of a safari. In conjunction with World Jenny’s Day, Safari Guru offers customisable packages that seamlessly integrate both experiences, allowing you to maximise your time in Kenya, Tanzania, or both. Whether you opt for a single destination or an extended safari excursion, there’s something for everyone.

Click here for more information or to start planning your extended safari

WJD Floating butterfly trophy
Karen Darke Sea to Summit WJD Fundraiser


Karen Darke MBE joined us in 2023

Karen Darke – British Gold Paralympian Hand-Cyclist (and World Jenny’s Day Ambassador) and her team of friends and filmmakers joined us in last year’s ride. 

What an amazing lady!

When she started off on the ride, all the seasoned backup vehicle staff took one look at her road bike and shook their heads, adamant that her “Un-Africanised” road bike/trike would not get her very far !


Not only did she manage to get through some very challenging red sand within minutes of starting, but Karen without any hesitation at any time during the 6 days, finished the whole +/-400km course along with everybody else who was  participating – despite having to deal with some challenging chaffing on her leg.  Within no time she and her team had made a plan, dealt with the wound and adjusted her seating.   What an inspiration she was – she definitely inspired all the participants, some of whom had planned to only ride short distances – to complete the entire 400km course!   You can see the sense of amazement on her face in the picture below, just as she had reached her destination.


WJD Floating butterfly trophy
Karen Darke Sea to Summit WJD Fundraiser

Undaunted, Karen and her companions and film crew, along with Steve Bates MBE (British Gold Paralympic Cyclist) then went on to Tanzania to scale Mt. Kilimanjaro, with Karen hand-pedaling up on a custom-made Ice-Trike!

Karen used this part of her adventure to further support World Jenny’s Day as well as Charity – VOSAP (Voice of Specially Abled People).

And once again, with their undaunted spirit, both Karen and Kevin made it up to the summit.



Karen Darke Sea to Summit WJD Fundraiser

KIM CHOWN – Awarded the prestigious 2023 World Jenny’s Day Floating Butterfly Trophy

On our last evening in Watamu, Kim was recognised for her outstanding input in being the top fundraiser for World Jenny’s Day for 2023.   

Here’s Kim’s account of what participating in this ride meant to her …  

What a Wonderful & Very Memorable Experience.

As novice cyclists we were a little anxious before embarking on this adventure. However we need not have worried because somehow they seemed to cater for cyclists of literally all abilities. The sense of camaraderie through a shared physical experience like this was amazing.

On top of that the accommodations and the food were fantastic including the pop up snack tables provided by the support crew at regular intervals throughout each day’s ride. 

The organisation overall was second to none and to top it all it was all in aid of an extremely worthwhile cause. Through group participation, we have created wonderful memories that will remain with us for life.” 

Kim and Jonathon Chown, UK

PM Rishi Sunak Supports and Endorses

World Jenny’s Day Safari Cycle Ride Fundraiser

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak endorses WJD
Silver Cycling Medal
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's letter of endorsement for WJD