Mount Kenya is the second highest peak in Africa. Its rugged glacier summits and forested mountain slopes make for an impressive backdrop to the national park. This ancient extinct volcano has evolved into a flourishing environment filled with ecological diversity. It has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its various ecosystems in the park and on the mountain.
Permanently crowned with a glacier, as well as home to forests, lakes, mineral springs and grasslands, the park is a perfect example of pristine wilderness. Its habitats are resident to wildlife such as elephants, waterbuck, eland, buffalo, and the elusive leopard and rhino.
Only 175km from Nairobi, it is a great destination for walking safaris, hiking, game drives and cave exploration. With its breathtaking scenery and biodiversity, Mount Kenya National Park will satisfy your need to connect to nature.