Kenya is home to more than 3,000 named mountains, with many worthy of exploration!
Trek the highest mountain in Kenya, and the second highest in Africa, Mount Kenya. Push yourself to the limit with rock climbing or take an easier route to Point Lenana without requiring a climb. Mount Kenya has a variety of routes to its various peaks, offering something for nearly everyone.
Find yourself traversing between Kenya and Uganda on Mount Elgon, the oldest and largest solitary volcano in East Africa. Don’t worry, this shield volcano is extinct and no longer active.
There are only 330 carbonatite volcanoes in the world, Mount Homa is one of them. Located in western Kenya, Mount Homa forms a broad peninsula on the southern shore of Winam Gulf, an extension of Lake Victoria.
Mount Longonot, a stratovolcano, is one of the most interesting mountains you’ll find! A forest of small trees covers the crater floor with several steam vents around the walls of the crater. Zebra, giraffes, buffalos, and hartebeest call Mount Longonot home.
We couldn’t forget about Kilimanjaro, now could we? The world’s highest freestanding mountain, Kilimanjaro draws adventure seekers from all around the globe wishing to stake their claim in having trekked it.