Mount Longonot National Park is one of the many fascinating, yet least visited, attractions of Kenya. Located in the Lake Naivasha region it is dominated by Mount Longonot itself. This stratovolcano, last thought to have erupted in the 1860s, is 2776 m above sea level. The climb is strenuous and you must be in good fitness and health to take on the climb. The whole walk is only about 8–9 km long but is very steep. The round trip from the park entrance gate to the Longonot peak and back takes around 5 hours of hiking.
|No. of people||Rate per person|
|1 Pax||$ 140 per person|
|2 Pax||$ 110 per person|
|3 Pax||$ 100 per person|
|4 Pax||$ 95 per person|
|5 Pax||$ 85 per person|
|6 Pax||$ 80 per person|
|7 Pax||$ 75 per person|
** Below 3 yrs. – free & 3-18 yrs. – 50%
You will be picked up from your respective hotel/airport within Nairobi by your guide from as early as 6.00 am and proceed to Mt. Longonot National park which takes an approximate of 2 hrs drive from Nairobi. On arrival at Mt. Longonot National park, our driver will assist you to get your registration done and from there you will start your trek which takes about 6-7hrs uphill and downhill.
Thereafter, proceed back to their respective hotel in Nairobi/ airport.
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