The highlands and forests of Kenya offer some fantastic trekking and hiking opportunities. Meander through montane forests, savannah, afro-alpine moorland and heathland in search of waterfalls, vistas, and wildlife, heading ever-deeper into the bush.

From beautiful open savanna plains to summits of rocky peaks and craggy mountains, Kenya's diversity in landscape means with every hike, scramble, and stroll you'll be surrounded unique and stunning scenery.

The famous Mount Kenya is the second largest mountain in Africa. At 5,199 metres, it is second only to Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

Kenya is renowned for its wildlife, and you'll see a range of animal life as you hike your way through dense forest, or across expansive valleys and lakes.