Climbing Mount Kenya over the course of a week as part of a small group is an adventure experience to remember for the rest of your life. As Africa's second highest mountain, Mt Kenya offers climbers and trekkers the chance to challenge themselves at high altitude and within a much less crowded environment than, for example, Kilimanjaro. Climbing Mount Kenya off the beaten track means you experience more diverse scenery including the beautiful lakes on the mountain, with the added bonus of meeting fewer trekkers. Traveling in small groups results in less impact on the environment - for example the fragile flora on the edges of trails is less likely to be damaged. It’s also a more ...
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Ololokwe is the sacred mountain of the Samburu people and rises out of the arid desert lands of north eastern Kenya. This huge rock formation is visible from a great distance and is a distinctive landmark from the neighbouring Samburu National Reserve, one of the most scenic of Kenya's wildlife reserves. You visit the Samburu National Reserve staying at Samburu Lodge. ‘The Samburu’ is home to large herds of elephants, big cats and many endangered species such as Grevy’s zebra and reticulated giraffe. There are also desert adapted animals such as oryx, gerenuk and lesser kudu. You then make the short transfer to the Namunyak Conservancy where you’ll be staying at Sabache Eco Camp, ...
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From US $1,565 excluding flights