This is the dream destination for an exploration and discovery School Expedition, but keep an eye out for those sharp teeth!
Kenya lies across the equator and offers great diversity in its geography and climate, with the dry desert to the north… the vast central highlands, the Rift Valley and the coast of the Indian Ocean to the west.
There are many designated parks and reserves, rated among Africa’s best, offering superb wildlife viewing and your chance to meet lions, buffalos, leopards, rhinos and elephants.
The adventure phase of this destination can include students white water rafting, going on a camel safari, mountain biking or even climbing Mount Kenya - Africa’s second tallest mountain at a whopping 5,199m.
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Climbing Mount Kenya
Elephant orphanage in Nairobi
Safari through Nakuru National Park
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 0 - 5,199m
Visa - Visa required - Minimum 6 months on passport on arrival with 2 blank pages on passport.
Capital - Nairobi
Official Language - Swahili and English
Population - 44.5 million
Climate - Tropical. Hot and humid. Rainy season April - June
Religion - Predominantly Christianity
Currency - Kenyan Shilling