5 Days Trekking Mt Kenya
Mt Kenya National Park Overview
Mount Kenya National Park covers 715km² (276 square miles) and the forest reserve at the base covers a further 705km² (272 square miles). It lies south of the equator and it's the second highest mountain in Africa (5,199 m - 17,058 ft) and the highest mountain in Kenya after which the country is named. Johann Krapf was the first European to discover Mount Kenya in 1849. It was first climbed in 1899 by Halford Mackinder. It became a National park in 1949 and played a key role in the Mau Mau events in the 1950s and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Climbing Mt Kenya is everyone's dream come true experience.Book Now!