Mount Kenya National Park

At just over 5,100m (17,058 ft.), Mt. Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second highest in Africa after Mt. Kilimanjaro. Since time immemorial, the Kikuyu have revered Kirinyaga – meaning White Mountain – as the home of their god Ngai/ It is a giant extinct volcano whose ridges have been worn down, leaving only the central peaks.

Since 1991, Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve is one of 103 Africa’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, playing a key role in Kenya’s cultural, economic and ecological arena; supplying over seven million people with their daily water needs and providing a home to several endemic species.

Our guides, chef, and porters went over and beyond to keep us comfortable, calm and educated all through the climb. Best experience ever!
New York, United Staes


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