6 Days Mount Kenya Climbing-Sirimon Naromoru Route

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MT KILIMANJARO

Its often said that Kilimanjaro is the biggest free-standing mountain in the world us well is the Roof of Africa and one of the largest extinct volcanoes it stand ( 5895M) 19341 feet)

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION
Nairobi
DEPARTURE TIME
Please arrive at least 1 hour before the departure time.
INCLUDED
Bus-fare
Private Room Accommodations in Self-Tented Camp
Local transportation
Professional guide
Airport Transfers
Mineral Water
Park Entry Fees
NOT INCLUDED
Balloon Trip
Maasai Village

MT KENYA 

Mount Kenya is steep, craggy and with twin summit us well you can do Technical Climbing to the highest Summit,Its the kind of peak mountaineers might conjure up when they dream of serious climbing adventures,Mt Kenya is also second highest than MT Kilimanjaro (5199m)17059feet) 

MT Kenya peak are: Batian 5199m, Nelion  5186m, Lenana 4985m

N/B For both Batian and Nelion you must do the technical climbing to get at really summit

But Lenana is called tourist peak because everyone who comes forces on it. 

GOOD SEASONS FOR CLIMBING MT KILIMANJARO AND MT KENYA

There are two climbing seasons in East Africa Mid-December through Mid-March and Early June through Mid-October for even those who do Mt Kenya technical, Both of these periods are considered dry season.

THE EQUIPMENT YOU NEED TO BRING FOR TREKKING MOUNTAIN

  • Hiking boots
  • Warm clothes
  • Rain gears
  • Warm sleeping bag
  • Back pack
  • Gloves
  • Warm huts
  • Sun glass
  • Walking poles
  • Camel bag
  • Warm pair of socks
  • Head light
  • Rain cover for your back pack
  • Pair of T shirts

Climbing Mount Kenya Chogoria route out Naro Moru gate

Detailed Itineraly

DAY 1: Nairobi- Chogoria
After breakfast we depart Nairobi from the Parkside hotel and head to Chogoria town arriving in time for lunch at the Transit hotel. The journey takes 3 to 3.5 hours. Afternoon will be spent walking around the town for acclimatization. Dinner and overnight at the Transit Hotel.

DAY 2: Chogoria – Meru Mount Kenya Lodge (Bandas)
After breakfast we take 4×4 and drive up to the edge of the bamboo forest where we start our trekking through the dense bamboo forest for distance of 10 km up to the Bandas for lunch. Afternoon will be spent walking around the lodge with a view of beautiful sceneries. Dinner and overnight at the Bandas.(accommodation at Bandas is of single beds.hot shower and bon fire self catering bandas)

DAY 3: Meru Mount Kenya Lodge (Bandas) to Mintos
After breakfast leave the lodge for Mintos Hut for a distance of 15 km. Uphill having our lunch enroute. Dinner and overnight at Mintos Campsite.

DAY 4: mintos-lenana down Mackiders
After pre dawn breakfast we leave the campsite at 2.00 am. For the summit arriving at 6.30 am for sunrise, Kilimanjaro and the coast line Views. After 10 to 15 minutes of photography we descend via Austrian Hut to Mackinders camp for breakfast hence spend the whole day enjoying beautiful views. Dinner and overnight at Mackinders Camp.

DAY 5: Mackiders to Met Station
After breakfast leave the camp and descend to Met Station via the Moor land and the vertical borges arriving in time for lunch. Dinner and overnight at the Met Station Lodge.

DAY 6: Met Station – Gate – Nairobi.
After breakfast leave Met Station and descend to the Naro Moru Park Gate a distance of 10 km to connect your transport back to Nairobi arriving afternoon.

The packages include

1.All the Transfers to the gate two ways
2. 3meals a day (breakfast,lunch and dinner)
3.Camping tents
4.Mesh tent
5.Sleeping mattress
6.All cooking and eating pots
7.Hot water (coffee,tea,chocolate)
8.Park entry fees
9.Camping fees
10.Rescue fees
11.Porters
12.Chef
13.Guides/assistants
14.Climbing permit
15.Certificate
16.Government taxes

Not included

1.Mountain gears
2.Tips for crews
3.Entry Visa

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