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  • Elephants
    Elephants

    Elephants are part of the Big Five animals. We take you to all elephant destinations.

  • Elephants Herd
    Elephants Herd

    Found in Amboseli, Samburu, Masai Mara, Nairobi national parks

  • Giraffe
    Giraffe

    The tallest animal - Found in most of the national parks that we cover

  • Lion - King Lion
    Lion - King Lion

    The jungle king.

  • Rhinoceros (simply Rhino)
    Rhinoceros (simply Rhino)

    The nose-horned animal is found in most national parks. Kenya hosts the last known white rhino (Sudan), and many black rhinos.

  • Wildebeest Migration
    Wildebeest Migration

    The Eight wonder of the world - The great wildebeest migration in the Maasai Mara, Kenya and Serengeti, Tanzania

  • Zebra
    Zebra

    The white friendly black-white grazers, found in many national parks in Kenya and Tanzania.

About Go East Africa Safaris

Go East Africa Safaris offers fully-fledged tour services within East Africa. The region is well known for its endowment with natural resources, including flora and fauna. The home to large national parks and game reserves, coast beaches, lakes and seas, river meanders and water falls, rift valley and escarpments, tallest mountains in Africa and hills.

From the smallest birds in the forests to the big five animals, Go East Africa Safaris will help you explore all the wild animals that exist in this region. Camping is our specialization.

Mt. Kenya Adventures

Distance: 90 km Start and end Nairobi
‘A great challenge and adventurous trek option’
( Trek period may be extended to 6,7 or 8 days circuit at extra )
A combination of the two of Mount Kenyas most challenging and scenic routes , from the lush green forests and U-shaped valleys of Sirimon to the unique features of the temple, mushroom rocks and the Gorge Valleys on the Chogoria approach side . There are several contrast in micro-climatic conditions, Chogoria route being wetter and more moist than Sirimon route. This itinerary accommodations are in huts and camping .

This route is the fastest for trekkers summit Point Lenana (4985m). It can be ascended in only 4 days and has bunkhouses at each camp so a tent is not necessary. The terrain is usually good, although one section is called the Vertical Bog. The track starts in Naro Moru town and heads past the Park Headquarters up the ridge between the Northern and Southern Naro Moru Rivers. At the roadhead is the Meteorological Station, to which it is possible to drive in the dry season. The route drops down into the Northern Naro Moru Valley to Mackinder's Camp on the Peak Circuit Path
Distance: 40 km | Difficulty: Demanding | Start/Finish: Nairobi

DAY 1: NAIROBI – NANYUKI
Depart Nairobi  in shared transport for Mount Kenya area – arrive Nanyuki  late afternoon.Afternoon  acclimatize .Dinner and overnight at Simbas  hotel

A great challenge and adventurous trek option’ – Pole pole Trekking
( Trek period may be extended to 6,7 or 8 days circuit at extra )
A combination of the two of Mount Kenyas most challenging and scenic routes , from the lush green forests and U-shaped valleys of Sirimon to the unique features of the temple, mushroom rocks and the Gorge Valleys on the Chogoria approach side . There are several contrast in micro-climatic conditions, Chogoria route being wetter and more moist than Sirimon route. This itinerary accommodations are in huts and camping .
Distance: 90 km | Difficulty: Moderate I Start and end Nairobi

DAY 1: NAIROBI –MET STATION
3-4 hrs 10km 400m ascent transfer to Narumoru park Gate for registration and Where the hike starts, 2600m from the gate; keep to the park track, which follows the crest of a board ridge between the northern and the southern Naromoru valleys The going is easy and it’s a pleasant walking through the forest. About two thirds of the way after the bridge there are good views to the left north down into the northern Naromoru valley. The trek ends at Met station 3,000m,dinner and overnight.

The shortest "reasonable" itinerary is 7 days Nairobi to Nairobi, which provides abit of acclimatization and gives you possible summit day however the most recommended itinerary is 8 to 11 days, where you have a bit more acclimatization time as well as options for second or third summit days to accommodate weather. We also recommend trying to include a complete or partial circumnavigation of the peak as part of your itinerary. This gives you more time to acclimate and also to get to know all sides of the mountain. Last, we really like to exit via the Chogoria route, spending nights at the Hall's Tarns and also at Bandas, at road end. This is a beautiful and scenic route.

DAY 1: NAIROBI –MET STATION
3-4 hrs 10km 400m ascent transfer to Naru moru park Gate for registration and Where the hike starts, 2600m from the gate; keep to the park track, which follows the crest of a board ridge between the northern and the southern Naromoru valleys The going is easy and it’s a pleasant walking through the forest. About two thirds of the way after the bridge there are good views to the left north down into the northern Naromoru valley. The trek ends at Met station 3,000m,dinner and overnight.

This is the longest route in to summit to the Mount Kenya peaks and follows the Nyamindi West River.It is a restricted route , a very scenic route though.

DAY 1: NAIROBI- OLD FOREST STATION 1600-2400M
Depart Nairobi early in the morning and drive to Forest Castle Lodge (200m) safari on the slopes on Mt. Kenya. After packing of the gear and a short lunch break you hike for 3 hours through the natural forest to the old forest station (2400m) Spent your night in tents. On the way you may come across elephants and buffaloes.

This is the most recommended rock climbing itinerary where you have a bit more acclimatization time as well as options for second or third summit days to accommodate weather. We also recommend trying to include a complete or partial circumnavigation of the peak as part of your itinerary. This gives you more time to acclimate and also to get to know all sides of the mountain. Last, we really like to exit via the Chogoria route, spending nights at the Hall's Tarns and also at Bandas, at road end. This is a beautiful and scenic route.

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