Experience Mount Kenya! In the 2800 sq. km National Park and National Reserve, there are over 800 recorded plant species and a wide variety of wildlife such as elephant, buffalo, eland, bushbuck, waterbuck, zebra, colobus monkey and the ubiquitous Mount Kenya rock hyrax. If you are an experienced climber, there is excellent rock climbing to the twin peaks of Batian (5199 m) and Nelion (5188 m). If you are new to climbing, the third highest peak is Pt. Lenana (4985 m), which can be reached by any fit walker. Mount Kenya is a World Heritage Site and UNESCO describes it as “one of the most impressive landscapes in Eastern Africa with its rugged glacier-clad summits, Afro-alpine moorlands and diverse forests that illustrate outstanding ecological processes.”

Climb Mt. Kenya