Dragon’s Teeth & Mount Satima(2 Days)



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Ol Donyo Le  Satima popularly known as Mt. Satima is the 3rd largest mountain in Kenya standing at approximately 4001m ASL is the immediate neighbor to a number of sharp volcanic cones called “the Dragon’s Teeth”. Dragon’s Teeth is a sporadic spread of jagged rocks that rise above the consistently wet moorlands in Northern Aberdares. Join us as we take on this scenic hike on the Moorland.


1.Citizen Park Entrance Fees. 2.Transport Costs for Non-self-drive & Parking fees. 3.Hiking Charges. 4.Guiding Fees. 5.Security. 6.camping fee. 7.porters to carry food and tents.
1.Travel insurance. 2.Hiking gears

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Accepts Credit Cards
Car Parking
Outdoor Seating
Smoking Allowed

Tour Plan

Meet for Departure at 0530hrs in the morning promptly. We drive north from Nairobi and a few kilometers after Nyeri, branch off towards the mountains. The drive up the mountain is slow but scenic as the tropical rain forest gives way to the moorland vegetation. Ascend 6km in the mountain to reach an altitude of 3450m at the Twin peaks point. From here you can see the nearby Chebuswa peaks. The view and beautiful rock formations in Kenya. They include the Lost Pyramid, Weathering Heights, Devil’s Sword, Theater of Heaven, and finally the Dragons Teeth with stunning rock formations. After a short rest we set the tents and enjoy the dinner.
On this day we will have early breakfast and there after start our hike to mount  Satima peak to arrive at around 9am. Descend back to the camp have early lunch and then descend to main gate and embark on our journey back to Nairobi to arrive in the evening.

What To Carry

  1. Comfortable hiking boots with a good grip. Long pants/trousers & long-sleeved hiking t-shirt/light jacket recommended
  2. Spare Sports Trainers to complement boots, Sandals, or light shoes for traveling back
  3. Plenty of drinking water at least 3 litres
  4. Sunhat, Sunscreen, Sunglasses
  5. Cameras
  6. Walking stick
  7. Any personal medication / Personal first aid items
  8. Day Pack /Small Bag to carry your personal items
  9. Enough Snacks, fruits, sandwiches, energy bars to last the hike.
  10. Proper Rain Gear, in case it rains. i.e. Rain Coat/Poncho/Rain Trousers if available.
  11. Mornings can be cold so have a warm Jacket.
  12. An identification card or passport: Must
  13. Tip for guides, rangers, and crew
  14. Sleeping and a mat.
  15. Warm Gears.

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