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Kenya - Tanzania safari and Kilimanjaro overland

Our most exciting new route for many years in Africa.

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb

Dragoman is synonymous with overlanding and Africa is without doubt the classic overland destination. However, we know that visiting the classic sites in Africa is top of many peoples requirements when they are planning a trip.

Starting in early 2018 the new Nairobi – Nairobi with Kilimanjaro Rongai trek will be a 3 week mix of classic African wildlife, trekking and overlanding. Encompassing many of the main highlights the trip will include;

  1. Big game spotting in the Masai Mara.
  2. Visit to a Masai village.
  3. Game drives in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater.
  4. Bike to the shore of Lake Manyara and enjoy a traditional Swahili lunch and tree top canopy walk.
  5. Explore Tarangire National Park – the quietest and best place for elephant viewing.
  6. Trek the amazing Rongai route to summit Mount Kilimanjaro.


Lions in the Maasai Mara, Dragoman Overland

Nairobi with Kilimanjaro Rongai trek: Key Facts:

  • 20 days/19 nights
  • Included meals, All breakfasts, 17 lunches, 16 evening meals.
  • 2 comfortable hotel nights, 17 camping including 10 nights of full service camping.
  • Convenient Nairobi circuit for low cost and frequent return flights.
  • Travel in our iconic overland truck between locations.
  • Services of our tour leader, Co-driver/Cook and specialist trusted local guides.
  • Departs in February (the wildebeest calving season), and June, July, August, September which are the best opportunities to see the great migrations.

Overlanding to Samburu Village, Maasai Mara 

This is an active trip and you should be prepared to ascend the 5,895M high altitude ‘Kili’ and be ready for early morning starts to catch the very best game viewing.

We expect these trips to be popular and many of our best selling trips sell out each season so check out the latest tours here!

If you have any questions then email the team on info@dragoman.co.uk


Kilimanjaro is considered a challenging climb due to its altitude and the rate of ascent. Your health and safety is of utmost importance to us, for further information on Altitude Sickness and how it can affect you, please see our information sheet. Should you have any further questions then please contact us.