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5-Days Mount Kenya Climbing

5-days mount Kenya Climbing  Naromoru route is journey offers great freedoms for acclimatization preceding rising to the highest point. Not at all like the typical agenda all over the Sirimon course, this trip incorporates an additional day at Mackinders Camp for acclimatization before the last rising to the highest point.

It is a decent decision for first time high-height explorers and those showing up from low-elevation locales. From Shipton’s, you skirt the high tops toward the east, bypassing Kami and Two-pool cottages as you wonder about the stunning perspective on the rough pinnacles, pools and suspended glacial masses of the west substance of Batian top. The culmination is endeavored from Mackinders camp in the Teleki valley and in the end we slip through the Naromoru course.

Day 1: Nairobi-Nanyuki-Old Moses Camp

Move to Mt Kenya Sirimon Park door (2600m). After consummation of park section conventions, you start a 3-4 hour climb through montane woodland with bamboo, rosewood and heather zones to Old Moses camp (3300m). The woodland and bamboo are home to many wild oxen, elephants, bushbucks and a plenty of bird animal types. Supper and overnight at Old Moses Camp (3300m).

Day 2: Shiptons Camp

After an early breakfast at 0700hrs, begin a 6-7 hour journey across the rambling moorlands up to the Shipton’s hovel (4200m). The climb gives freedoms to entrancing perspectives on extraordinary moorland plants and view but at the same time is a test on your individual perseverance. You acquire great acclimatization as you cover a height scope of 900m. Lunch stop is at a vantage point on the Mackinder valley. Supper and overnight at Shipton’s Camp (4200m)

Day 3: Mackinders Camp

Leaving at 0800hrs, climb the Hausberg col (4700m) at that point slide steeply to Hausberg valley and Oblong pools prior to making a further steep rising, crossing colossal rocks through Two Tarn while in transit to Mackinder’s camp (4,300m) which is situated along the Naromoru course inside the Teleki Valley. Supper and overnight at Mackinder’s Camp (4300m)

Day 4: Met Station

Reminder at 0230hrs. Start the culmination move at 0300hrs, first climbing on frozen scree then across the Lewis ice sheet for 3-4 hours. We plan to arrive at Point Lenana , the explorers culmination, on schedule to watch the dawn. From the highest point, dive tenderly for two hours back to Mackinders Camp for breakfast. At that point, delicate 4 hour plunge to Met Station (3,049m) for overnight.

Day 5: Nairobi

Leave after breakfast for a delicate two hour climb down a wide back road prompting the Naromoru Park door (2600m) where you meet our vehicle. Move back to Nairobi.


Prices Include:

  • Service crew-guide, cook, local staff
  • All Park fees and campsite fees
  • All accommodations as described in the itinerary
  • Transport as described in the itinerary


  • Entry visas
  • Activities cited as “optional” in the itinerary
  • Airport transfers
  • Beverages in hotels
  • Gratuities
  • Extra costs incurred as a result of alterations to the original tour plan e.g. different accommodations and services