Scheduled departures from now until October 2018

Our trips can usually be booked to depart on any date, but we also have more economical monthly departures as scheduled below (use scroll-bar under table to view further dates - if viewing on a touch-screen device try using a a one or two-finger swipe.)

Mt Kenya
Trek
7 days

  Sun Sep 3rd     Sun Oct 1st   short rains
Sun Dec 10th     Sun Jan 7th     Sun Feb 4th     Sun Mar 4th     long rains
  Sun Jun 10th     Sun Jul 8th     Sun Aug 5th     Sun Sep 2nd     Sun Sep 30th     Mt Kenya
Trek
7 days
Kenya Explorer
Safari
7 days
      Sun Sep 10th       short rains   Sun Dec 17th     Sun Jan 14th     Sun Feb 11th     Sun Mar 11th   long rains     Sun Jun 17th     Sun Jul 15th     Sun Aug 12th     Sun Sep 9th     Sun Oct 7th   Kenya Explorer
Safari
7 days
Mt Kilimanjaro
Trek
7 days
      Sun Sep 10th       short rains  

Sun Dec 17th

    Sun Jan 14th     Sun Feb 11th    

Sun Mar 11th

  long rains  

 

Sun Jun 17th     Sun Jul 15th     Sun Aug 12th     Sun Sep 9th     Sun Oct 7th   Mt Kilimanjaro
Trek
7 days
Tanzania Explorer
Safari
7 days
  Sun Aug 20th     Sun Sep 17th   Sun Oct 15th short rains Sun Dec 10th   Sun Dec 24th     Sun Jan 21st     Sun Feb 18th     Sun Mar 18th long rains Sun May 27th    

Sun Jun 24th

    Sun Jul 22nd    

Sun Aug 19th

    Sun Sep 16th     Sun Oct 14th Tanzania Explorer
Safari
7 days

With these scheduled departures you can:

These scheduled departures need a minimum of 2 people booked to run, and we may get up to a maximum of 10 people in two Lancruisers on any one trip, (though that very rarely happens), but the cost is less than for a private departure.

Low season safaris

Although we have no scheduled departures during the rainy seasons it is perfectly possible to run safaris during these times - in fact conditions can be most delightful, everything fresh, green or in bloom and the game parks virtually to yourselves. The main problem with the wet season is not constant rain (there are usually sunny days with what rain there is in evenings and at night) but roads become muddy restricting access to some of the more remote areas.

It is much more difficult to run treks on Kilimanjaro and Mt Kenya during the rainy seasons though as the risk of bad weather is too great for us to be comfortable doing so - not just considering your safety but that of our staff and crew who may have to work in very wet or snowy conditions.

Contact us if you want to travel during these times (Sunday departures always suit the logistics better). Should rain cause disruption, then as long as you were understanding and flexible our guide would discuss the situations and other options available and we'd do our best to find alternatives to the itinerary.

Site updated on 10th Aug 2017

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