We organise tailor-made walking safaris on Mount Kenya for groups or individuals who are looking for a mountain wilderness adventure.
Our trips are personalised itineraries without set departure dates.
We have an experienced mountain team who will do their utmost to ensure your trip is as safe and enjoyable as possible.
Mount Kenya is on the Equator, 4 hours drive north of Nairobi. On Africa’s second highest mountain, you can experience a high altitude walking trip amongst rugged peaks and glaciers, without the crowds.
If you are fit and active and want to challenge yourself to a high peak, you can trek to the third highest point, Point Lenana, which at 4,985 metres is higher than Mont Blanc. Or you can stroll in the eastern foothills, camping by Lake Ellis, visiting the spectacular Nithi waterfalls and climbing the mini summit of Mugi Hill.
You can combine your mountain trip with a safari either in one of the neighbouring conservancies such as Ol Pejeta, or in a national reserve such as Samburu, a few hours drive from Mount Kenya.
Please come and visit this beautiful region of northern Kenya, ‘Kenya’s high country’.
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First meeting with Lucy Booth and then with the Kenyan team, headed by John. I knew my husband and I were in safe, professional hands. Everyone was well trained, knowledgeable, calm, supportive and encouraging.They also went out of their way to tailor our itinerary and help me revisit places I had been before and were always good company. I could not recommend Kenya Treks more highly. – November 2017
Hello! I wanted to send a quick note with the photos from our group’s recent trek to Point Lenana (Chogoria-Sirimon) with John, James and team from Kenya Treks. They did a fantastic, professional job in all aspects and I won’t hesitate to recommend them to others. Thanks for all your great work! – August 2017
John and the team were great. Most of the time we felt that we had the mountain to ourselves and the camp sites were totally uncrowded. Our Mount Kenya trek was better and more beautiful than Kilimanjaro….less crowded and more pristine. – July 2017