- All breakfasts
- 6 lunches and 5 dinners
- All accommodation (see below)
- All transport and listed activities
- Tour leader throughout
- Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
All breakfasts, 6 lunches and 5 dinners included. An outline of the kind of food you can expect to eat on trek is detailed below: Breakfast: cereals, assorted fruits and fruit juice, tea/coffee/chocolate, oat porridge, toast, pancakes, scramble eggs, bacon or sausages. Picnic lunch: ham/cheese/lettuce sandwiches, burger steaks or veggie burger, assorted fruits, packets fruit juice, crisps. Dinner: soup of the day, fish fillets with buttered potatoes or vegetable stew with rice, fruit, tea or coffee. Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests. Please note that in Kenya the availability of certain specialised products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free or dairy-free, is minimal or non-existent and we strongly recommend you bring these specialized dietary items from home.You may find it beneficial to bring some 'summit snacks' with you from home; summit day is a long trekking day and high energy snacks are not readily available locally in Kenya.
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip? Getting to Pt. Lenana. What did you think of your group leader? Friendly, seemed very organised. Do you have any advice for potential travellers? I managed to walk wearing sandals …Read More
We use basic mountain huts and refuges throughout this trip as we make our way to Point Lenana. Mountain Rock Lodge offers basic twin share rooms. The mountain huts used on the ascent are basic with shared facilities, often with multiple beds in each room. Each room may accommodate both female and male trekkers.
No bed linen is provided so you must bring your own sleeping bag. With regard to toilet facilities, Old Moses Camp and Shiptons camp have flush toilets. Mackinders Camp use pit latrines.
Tom Bowring - Africa Operations