Mt Kenya is a snow caped highest mountain in Kenya and second highest in Africa located on the equator standing at 5,199 above sea level proudly surrounded by pristine game, glaciers, lakes tarns and thick forest sensibly stunning for climbing with an experienced guide.
Mt Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain on African soil that majestically lies above the grassland Savanah plains popular with mountain climbers as it requires no skills or special equipment, at the base is beautiful wildlife with big five present.
The diverse terrain and dramatic ascents of altitude combined with vagaries of rainfall and weather, caves, spectacular wildlife, water falls encompass extinct shield volcano on the boarder of Kenya and Uganda.
Mt Poi (Ndoto Mountains)
The panoramic Mt Poi is encircled by Ndoto hills on the semi-arid northern end of Samburu county with craggy peaks and valleys in the small beautiful green town of Ngurunit, the area is a beautiful assemblage of tall green trees, birds, butterflies, camels and a blend of Samburu and Rendile beads cultures.
Mt Longonot is a sheer of adventure rising from the floor of the Great Rift Valley like a monolith is the extinct volcano of Mount Longonot. A unique feature is the thick forest that lies within the crater of the mountain. The crater rim also provides great scenic views across the beautiful Rift Valley all the way to Lake Naivasha. Major wildlife attractions at Mount Longonot include buffaloes, elands, lion, leopard, bushbucks, common zebra, giraffe and Grant’s gazelles.
Mt Ruwenzori, also known as the “Mountains of the Moon” is snow covered situated in Uganda standing at altitude of 5,109 meters above sea level slightly North of equator in Ruwenzori Mountains National Park with water falls, lakes and glaciers.