• Sunrise on Mount Kenya from Shipton Camp.
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This package combines mountain climbing and game viewing safari adventures. You start by traversing the Mt. Kenya from north to east via the Sirimon and the scenic Chogoria routes, climbing to Pt. Lenana, the highest trekking peak on Mt. Kenya and descending via the quieter and most dramatic Chogoria route. Thereafter, proceed on a game viewing safari through Ol Pejeta Conservancy and ending up in the Masai Mara National Reserve.

DAY 1:NAIROBI (1,795m) – OLD MOSES (3,300m)
Leave Nairobi 7.00am to reach Nanyuki at 10.00am and link up other crew, cook and the porters and then drive to Sirimon Gate 2,650m. Check in and start hiking through the rain forest to Old Moses Camp at 3,300m. Picnic Lunch will be served along the way. If you are Lucky you will see big game like buffalo, elephant, water buck and others. The distance is 9kms and takes 3hrs. While at the Old Moses Camp at 4.00pm, you may take a short 1 hour walk just to acclimatize. Dinner and overnight at the camp.

Meal plan – Lunch and dinner
Driving time – 3.5 hours
Host camp – Old Moses Camp

DAY 2:OLD MOSES (3,300m) – SHIPTON’S CAMP (4,200m)
After breakfast, start the relatively easy hike of the moorlands vegetation on the track crossing Ontulili River before turning right,
contouring through the moorland and crossing Liki North River and continue uphill to Mackinder Valley from where there are panoramic views up the valleys. Walk through the picturesque views of the Sirimon and the Mackinder valleys arriving at Shipton’s Camp at 4,200m. Lunch is served on the way. This is a relatively long day. The distance to Shipton’s Camp from Old Moses Camp is 16kms and takes 6 hours. Shipton’s Camp is a surreal setting below the towering peaks and glacier with amazing views of the Northern side of the Mountain. Dinner and overnight at the Shipton’s Camp.

Meal plan – Lunch and dinner
Walking time – 3.5 hours
Host camp -Shipton’s Camp

Breakfast is served at 8.00am. At 9.00am, start the peak circuit along the trail leading to Kami Camp below the north face of Batian.
Continuing southwest, the trail climbs up to the ridge at 4,600m. Hike through the scree before reaching Hausberg Col at 4,590m. You will later descend into the upper Hausberg Valley and rest at the aptly named Oblong and Hausberg tarns. Ascending to the crest of a ridge known as Arthur’s seat, you see the trail winding along a beautiful series of rock ledges. You will be able to see Mackinders Teleki Lodge, Two Tarn, Nanyuki Tarn and American Camp. You then proceed to Austrian Camp and having seen Point Peter, Daton and other beautiful scenes. Picnic lunch will be served along the way. Dinner and overnight at the Austrian Hut,

Meal plan – Lunch and dinner
Walking time – 6 hours
Host camp – Austrian Hut

DAY 4:AUSTRIAN HUT – PT. LENANA (4,985m) – CHOGORIA MERU BANDAS (2,800m) 8hrs, 24km, 195m ASCENT, 2,085m DESCENT
At 4.30am, wake up and have tea & biscuits. Proceed to the summit, Pt. Lenana (4985m) and take photos with the African sunrise. You can to see Mt. Kilimanjaro’s Kibo and Mawenzi peaks if the weather is clear, especially at dawn and the views are spectacular. Descend down to Mintos Hut for a full breakfast. Thereafter descend to Chogoria Bandas as you see Lake Ellis, Mugi hills, Vivien Falls and the Giant Billiards Table at a distance. Picnic lunch is served along the way as you head to and arrive at the bandas in the early evening for a long deserved hot shower, dinner and overnight.

Meal plan – Lunch and dinner
Walking time – 8 hours
Host camp – Chogoria Meru Bandas

After breakfast descend for a 10km walk through the bamboo forest and get picked up by private transport to Chogoria. Later from Chogoria, you bid farewell to the porters and drive to Sweet Waters Serena Camp located within the Ol Pejeta Conservancy and arrive by 1.00pm for lunch. Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 364sq.km wildlife conservancy situated between the foothills of Mount Kenya and the Aberdares and its game-to-area ratio tops the Kenyan park and reserve league. Ol Pejeta has over 1,000 large mammals and it is the only park where the big five and chimpanzees can be seen. It is also where the fastest growing population of rhino in Africa can be found. There are southern white rhino, about 80 endangered black rhino and in a special sanctuary, there are three of the world’s last four remaining northern white rhino. Ol Pejeta Conservancy also houses the Chimpanzee Sanctuary, a charming haven established by the Jane Goodall Institute to provide sanctuary to orphaned chimpanzees, and the specially protected and fenced refuge of the black rhino. At 3.00pm proceed on a game drive until 6.00pm in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The combination of amazing wildlife and stunning views across the open plains of Ol Pejeta guarantees an unforgettable safari experience. Dinner and overnight at the camp.

Meal plan – Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Driving time – 3 hours
Host camp – Sweet Waters Serena Camp

Start very early in the morning for a game drive. This is the best time to view the predators hunt. It’s also the best time to see the sun rise over the African savannah. Go back to the camp for breakfast and later depart for Lake Nakuru National Park. Drive through the rich Central Province plains that boarder the Aberdare Ranges on the edge of the Great Rift Valley. Take a brief view stop of the Thomson Falls and later another one for a panoramic view of the Great Rift Valley. Descend the escarpment to Lake Nakuru. Lake Nakuru is world famous as the feeding grounds of both lesser and greater flamingos and also as a sanctuary for both black and white rhino. Both lesser and greater flamingos can be distinguished by size and color. Besides that, more than 400 species of birds can be seen in the park. Between the lake and the cliffs on the west, large pythons inhabit the dense woodland, and can often be seen crossing the roads or dangling from trees. You will arrive in time for lunch at the Lake Nakuru Sopa Lodge. Later, take an evening game drive within the park. Other animals to be seen are lions, leopards, buffalos, impala and gazelles to name but a few. Lunch, dinner and overnight at
the camp.

Meal plan – Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Driving time – 3.5 hours
Host camp – Lake Nakuru Sopa Lodge

Depart very in the morning for a game drive and back to camp for breakfast. Later at 9.00am, leave and drive through the dramatic Great
Rift Valley to the Masai Mara National Reserve. This enormous reserve is actually part of the vast Serengeti plains famously known for its spectacular great wildebeest migration and is home to the big five i.e. lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and rhino. Lunch at Mara Springs Tented Camp and relax before departing for the evening game run. The first sight of this park is breathtaking. There is nowhere else on earth that compares to this wildlife marvel. The combination of a gentle climate,scenic splendour and untold numbers of wildlife makes Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya’s most popular inland destination and the most exciting wildlife eco-system in the world. Dinner and overnight at Mara Springs Tented Camp.

Meal plan – Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Host camp – Mara Springs Tented Camp

Carrying picnic lunch, leave the camp at 7.30am and brace yourself for a full day which is spent viewing game across the rich, tree studded savannah grassland and rolling hills. The famous Masai Mara is renowned for its great herds of plains game, black maned lion, leopard, cheetah and elephant. Have lunch at Hippo Pool. Proceed with the search of great predators and perhaps even cubs during extensive game runs. Masai Mara is the place where visitors come to follow the great wildebeest migration. On the plains are enormous herds of grazing animals plus the elusive cheetah and leopard hiding amidst acacia boughs. Masai Mara remains the most exciting wildlife eco-system in the world. Later, proceed to Masai Mara Ilkeliani Tented Camp for dinner and overnight.

Meal plan – Lunch and dinner
Host camp – Ilkeliani Camp, Masai Mara


Start very early in the morning for a game drive. This is the best time to view the predators hunt. It’s also the best time to see the sun rise over the African savannah. Go back to the camp for breakfast and later leave for Nairobi as you have a game drive en-route. You will arrive in Nairobi in the evening 4.30pm. You can either opt for a night in Nairobi and or fly out.


  • Transport in a private custom made tour van / or Land Cruiser Jeep with a pop up roof
  • Services of professional English speaking guides
  • Game drives as per the itinerary
  • Game parks or national parks entry fees
  • Accommodation in the stipulated camp
  • Meals as stipulated
  • Drinking Water, 1 Ltr per person per day
  • Airport transfer on arrival
  • Airport transfer on the last day after safari


  • Alcoholic drinks.
  • Tipping of the guide.
  • Personal effects.
  • Hotel accommodation in Nairobi before and after safari.
  • Personal travel insurance.