The perfect way to end the year in Kenya. This is a two day hiking and camping adventure in the spectacular Chyulu hills. A perfect spot to get away from the hustles and bustle sof city life, you get a chance to reconnect with nature and your inner self.
Among the activities in our itinerary include a nature drive, hiking the numerous Hills, exploring the caves that are said to be the deepest known lava tube caves, bonfire moment under the billions star lit sky. You can’t afford to miss this!!!
Citizens Ksh 10500
Residents Ksh 13500
-Round trip transport from Nairobi
-Three sumptous chef’s meals ( Supper, Breakfast & Lunch)
-Armed KWS Ranger fees
-Game Drive fee
-One amazing, camping,hiking and bonding experience
WHAT TO CARRY
-Camping Gear or arrange to rent from us
-Comfortable hiking shoes
-Warm jacket for the night
-A change of clothes
-A positive Outdoor Attitude 🙂
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The pickup point is at Kencom Bustop, opposite international life house next to Hiltons hotel.
This also includes a 30km nature drive on day one. While there are no set hiking trails on Chyulu Hills, you’ll find numerous animal trails crisscrossing the open undulating landscape, providing convenient routes to take as you explorer this wide open wilderness. With the whole of the Chyulu Hills Mountain Range spanning over 100km from one end to the other, you’ll be spoilt for choice of directions to go wandering, hills to climb, and views to behold. Instead of dramatic cliff drops and deep valley, you’ll find gentle rolling hills, groves of trees at the intersections between hills, and fantastic views all round. You’ll find curious natural phenomena like hills divided into two halves, one covered with grass and the other a forest, presumably as a result of winds not blowing bush fires to every corner of the hill.
As it turns out, while its neighbour Mt Kilimanjaro about 70km southwest is the highest mountain in Africa, Chyulu Hills has the deepest known lava tube cave in the world. Some of its volcanic eruptions occurred as recently as 240 years ago, leaving behind the extensive Shetani lava flow and Chaimu Hill (and crater), both covered in black solid magna that is still barren and unweathered.
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