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Mount Kenya is located near the center of Kenya about 150 km north of Nairobi. At 5300 m (17,000 feet) it is Africa's second highest mountain, after Kilimanjaro.

The immediate mountain area is a national park and a large swath of country around it a forest reserve. The two together are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Mount Kenya

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Mount Kenya has a friendly climate.

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US$255 for Adult Non Resident (4-day package). US$65 per day for every additional day.

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