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Some call it Kisumu dala, Kisumu land of fish or simply Kisumu City.

Kisumu is a quiet city found on the shores of Lake Victoria, a freshwater lake shared by all three East African countries – Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. It was awarded city status in 2001 and has since grown from a fishing hub to an attractive urban centre with characteristic wide streets and colonial architecture with one of Kenya’s biggest open-air markets.

It is not a typical city though. Just a Kilometer away from its centre is the Kisumu Impala Sanctuary, a walking sanctuary and animal orphanage teeming with herds of impalas, zebras, lions, leopard, cheetahs, baboons, hyena, jackals, bush duikers, bushbuck and buffaloes. Ndere Island Park, another unmissable attraction, is not far off the northern shore of Lake Victoria. It is easily accessible by road or boat - the latter obviously being the preferable mode. Ndere means ‘a meeting place' in the Luo language. They believe that Mikayi, the mother of the tribe, took a rest near Ndere and eventually settled her people there due to the luxuriant shoreline. The island is home to hippos, monitor lizards, Nile crocodiles, several fish species, snakes, baboons, impalas, the rare sitatunga antelopes, waterbucks, zebras and warthogs. Over 100 different species of birds can be seen here including African fish eagles, black-headed gonoleks and grey-headed kingfishers.

Kisumu is endowed with several UNESCO sites that attract tourists from all over the world. The most significant is Kit Mikayi, which loosely translates to "the stone of the first woman", or "stone of the first wife". This unusual rock formation is revered by the community to an extent of being turned to a shine of sorts. Kisumu's rich culture and history are well-preserved at the Kisumu Museum. As the hometown of former U.S. President Barack Obama’s father, Kogelo has received throngs of tourists in recent times. You cannot leave Kisumu without experiencing the vibrant and electrifying nightlife that reverberates with Ohangla music, a popular genre from the locale. Break a leg!

 

CONNECTING FLIGHTS

Airkenya flies to Kisumu from Masai Mara daily.

Kisumu is the connecting port en route to and from Entebbe for immigration processing.

Note: Visitors in possession of the common East Africa Tourist Visa need not apply for a visa to Uganda from Kenya, and into Kenya from Uganda.

 

SEASONS

High:

21st December 2020 - 31st March 2021

1st July 2021 - 31st October 2021

Low:

1st April 2021 - 30th June 2021

1st November 2021 - 20th December 2021

 

 SCHEDULE     FARES 

From

To

Depart

Arrive

 

              

Fares

Low season

High Season

Tax

Masai Mara

Kisumu

0845

0950

 

One-way

$200

$200

 

$30

Kisumu

Entebbe

1030

1130

 

One-way

$150

$150

$80

Entebbe

Kisumu

1215

1315

 

One-way

$150

$150

$20

Kisumu

Mara

1355

1430

 

One-way

$200

$150

$30

Fares are valid from 21st December 2020 to 20th December 2021

Book online to enjoy a 20% Discount 

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Set against the backdrop of Mt Kenya, the Laikipia plateau extends over 9500 sq km of semi-arid plains, dramatic gouges and acacia-thicket-covered hills. This patchwork of privately owned ranches, wildlife conservancies and small-scale farms has become one of the most important areas for biodiversity in the country, boasting wildlife densities second only to those found in the Masai Mara. It's the last refuge of Kenya’s African wild dogs and it's here that some of the most effective conservation work in the country is being done. Indeed, these vast plains are home to some of Kenya’s highest populations of endangered species, including half of the country’s black rhinos and half of the world’s Grevy’s zebras.

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This service connects our customers both ways from Kenya’s Masai Mara to Entebbe Int Airport and from Entebbe Int Airport to Kenya’s Masai Mara via Kisumu, meaning you can enjoy your Kenya safari and cross over to Uganda and enjoy Gorrila trekking and the best of what Uganda has to offer on their tourist circuit. Airkenya's subsidiary in Uganda, AeroLink Uganda will take passengers into Bwindi, Kihihi, Semliki, Murchison Falls are just some of the game parks you can connect to. It’s also an avenue for visitors from Uganda to extend their tourism expedition and get to have a feel of the Mara, the one outstanding ecosystem which you never fail to interact with the Big Five (buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion, and rhino).

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NOTE: The Migori Airstrip is temporarily closed for upgrade works. For more information on the connection, please refer to this page.

The Masai Mara- Serengeti – Mara Service connects our customers from Kenya’s Masai Mara to Serengeti via Migori/ Isebania border and from Tanzania’s Serengeti to Kenya’s Masai Mara via Tarime/ Sirare border. 

The Serengeti ecosystem is a geographical region in Africa. It spans approximately 30,000 km². This region of Africa is located in north Tanzania and extends to southwestern Kenya. The Serengeti encompasses Serengeti National Park and a number of protected game reserves and conservation areas maintained by the governments of Tanzania and Kenya. The region hosts the largest mammal migration in the world and is a popular destination for African safaris. The Serengeti has earned the titles of one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of Africa” and one of the “Ten Natural Travel Wonders of the World” for being the site of the largest terrestrial mammal migration in the world (about 2 million animals!)

The 1st attraction in all of East Africa, the annual Wildebeest Migration sees more than a million wildebeest and zebras making the arduous journey north onto Kenya's Maasai Mara. The Serengeti plays host to the migration for much of the year, but from July to September each year.

Nowhere in the world is there a movement of animals as immense as the wildebeest migration, over two million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the greener pastures of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya Starting as early as June through to October.

Activities include: spend time on game drives, bush dinner, see the Moru kopjes, hot air balloon safari

 

Mara - Serengeti Via Migori (Transfer by bus to Tarime)

The flights are operated by Airkenya Express and its Tanzanian subsidiary Regional Air Services, we have also partnered with Coastal Aviation and Auric Air Services to deliver this service.

What the service offers, is a fast and easy connection between the two eco-systems; you can follow the migration from whichever direction whether from Serengeti or from the Masai Mara. Once you have your breakfast on one side, you will be in time for lunch arriving on the other side.

This is the only service that has an Airkenya and Regional Air surface/ road transfer between Migori/ Isebania and Tarime/Sirare border. This flight is booked as Mara-Tarime - Mara.

Point of customs and immigration is at the Isebania border (Kenya) and Sirare border (Tanzania) Airkenya express facilitates the ground transfers and passengers handling at this two points.

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You will be picked at any of the 11 served airstrips in Masai Mara, have a 20 minutes flight to land at Migori where you will be received by Airkenya ground handlers and a bus awaiting to drive you to Isebania border roughly 20 minutes ride, from here you will go through customs and immigration and exit Kenya.

You will then cross over to Sirare offices Tanzania Border, and clear the customs and immigration process, enter Tanzania. 

Without traffic from other clients crossing the border this process takes an approximate 30 to 40 minutes. We advise our passengers to have all their documentation in order to avoid being delayed. These include your Valid Passports, Yellow Fever certifications and Visas, click here to find out more about the across border documentation requirements.

You will then be escorted to the awaiting Vehicle that will take you to Tarime Airstrip, Tanzania another 20 minutes drive. Our Tanzanian subsidiary and partners will then fly you the remaining part of the journey into the various airstrips of Serengeti. 

 

 SCHEDULE   FARES 

From

To

Depart

Arrive

 

              

Low season

High Season

Tax

Maasai Mara

Migori

0845

0910

 

$250

$250

$10

Maasai Mara

Tarime

0845

1040 approx

 

$305

$305

$10

Tarime

Fort Ikoma

1100

1205 approx

 

$275

$275

$15

Tarime

Grumeti

1100

1205 approx

 

$275

$275

$15

Tarime

Kogatende

1100

1115 approx

 

$245

$245

$15

Tarime

Lamai

1100 1145 approx   $245 $245 $15

Tarime 

Lobo

1100 1205 approx   $275 $275 $15

Tarime 

Manyara

1100 1300 approx   $345 $345 $15

Tarime

Ndutu

1100 1150 approx   $300 $300 $15

Tarime

Sasakwa

1100 1205 approx   $275 $275 $15

Tarime

Serengeti South

1100 1205 approx   $300 $300 $15

Tarime

Seronera

1100 1205 approx   $275 $275 $15

Tarime

Singita

1100 1205 approx   $275 $275 $15

Note: Flight times arriving Serengeti are based on Regional Air Services, timings may vary depending on aircraft routing and if booked on alternate Tanzania partners; Auric Air and Coastal Aviation.

*Masai Mara-Migori schedule does not cater for road transfers, for transfer option book Mara-Tarime





 SCHEDULE   FARES 

From

To

Depart

Arrive

 

              

Low season

High Season

Tax

Fort Ikoma

Tarime

0915

1015 approx

 

$275

$250

$15

Grumeti

Tarime

0915

1015 approx

 

$275

$305

$15

Kogatende

Tarime

0915

1015 approx

 

$245

$275

$15

Lamai

Tarime

1010

1025 approx

 

$245

$275

$15

Lobo

Tarime

0915

1015 approx

 

$275

$245

$15

Manyara

Tarime

0840 1015 approx   $345 $245 $15

Ndutu

Tarime

0915 1015 approx   $300 $275 $15

Sasakwa

Tarime

0915 1015 approx   $275 $345 $15

Serengeti South

Tarime

0850 1025 approx   $300 $300 $15

Seronera

Tarime

0915 1015 approx   $275 $275 $15

Singita

Tarime

0915 1025 approx   $275 $300 $15

Migori

Maasai Mara

1205 1225 approx   $305 $275 $10

Fares are valid from 21st December 2019 to 20th December 2020

Book online and enjoy 5% Discount 

 

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Samburu National Reserve is the most popular Park in Kenya's northern safari circuit bordered by two smaller parks; Buffalo Springs and Shaba. The Park’s dominant feature is the muddy Ewaso Ng’iro River, which meanders through the otherwise dry and dusty reserve. Buffalo Springs, sits on the opposite, northern side of the river. Right next is Shaba, with its great rocky kopjes (isolated hills), natural springs and doum palms.

Most often a fly-in destination, Samburu National Reserve appeals to the safari first-timer as does to the veteran. The reserve is rich in wildlife with an abundance of rare northern specialist species AKA the Samburu Special Five - the Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, Reticulated giraffe, Gerenuk and the Beisa oryx. It is also home to elephants and the Big Cats. Kamunyak, the famous lioness that adopted a baby oryx resided here. Wild dog sightings are also a common attraction to this unique destination.

The 450 bird species will delight birders.

This area is home to the Samburu people, cousins to the Maasai. Their radiant traditional wear has gone on to earn them the nickname Butterflies. Their culture has remained relatively undisturbed by the modern world that they are proud to share with visitors.

The area is well-known as a walking destination, in particular, for walking safaris with camels, part of the Samburu way of life.

 

CONNECTING FLIGHTS

Airkenya flies twice daily to Samburu, both Kalama and Buffalo springs airstrips.

Travellers from Samburu can connect to Mara via Nanyuki in the high season or in the low season via Wilson Airport on the 1400hrs service to the Maasai Mara.

 

HELICOPTER SCENIC FLIGHTS

Northern Kenya:
Explore the picturesque aerial view of the volcanic geography starting with the Ololukwe monolith, the Suguta Valley, Silale Crater, all the way to Lake Logipi.

Mount Kenya breakfast:
Watch the first sunrays at dawn as they peak over the rugged sides of Mount Kenya and eventually illuminating the shimmering snow remnants. The experience is crowned with a scenic champagne breakfast. The adventure can be enhanced with a fishing expedition in one of the lakes, but this has to be requested in advance at an extra cost.

Note: This flight is weather dependant and is always at the discretion of the pilot.

 

SEASONS

High:

21st December 2020 - 31st March 2021

1st July 2021 - 31st October 2021

Low:

1st April 2021 - 30th June 2021

1st November 2021 - 20th December 2021

 

 SCHEDULE     FARES 

From

To

Depart

Arrive

              

Fares

Low season

High Season

Tax

Wilson

Samburu

0830

0955

 

One-way

$141

$167

$29

Wilson

Samburu

0830

0955

 

One-way

$210

$238

$29

Wilson

Samburu

0915

1045

 

One-way

$210

$238

$29

Wilson

Samburu

0915

1045

 

Return

$351

$397

$34

Samburu

Wilson

1055

1240

 

One-way

$210

$238

$25

Samburu

Maasai Mara

1005

1130

 

One-Way

$379

$399

$20

Fares are valid from 21st December 2020 to 20th December 2021

Book online to enjoy 20% Discount 

 

 

Samburu Hotels, Lodges and Camps Samburu Hotels, Lodges and Camps Porini Lion Camp Sasaab Kitich camp Freeman  Private Camp Wamba Hospital Elephant Watch Camp Lion King Lodge Elephant Bedroom Samburu Ashnil Samburu Simba Samburu Saruni Samburu Sopa Joys Camp Sarova Shaba Samburu Lodge Samburu Interpids Samburu Larsens Samburu Serena Samburu Game Lodge Robin Hurt Camp Royal African Safari Private  Camp Sarara  

 

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Set against the backdrop of Mt Kenya, the Laikipia plateau extends over 9500 sq km of semi-arid plains, dramatic gouges and acacia-thicket-covered hills. This patchwork of privately owned ranches, wildlife conservancies and small-scale farms has become one of the most important areas for biodiversity in the country, boasting wildlife densities second only to those found in the Masai Mara. It's the last refuge of Kenya’s African wild dogs and it's here that some of the most effective conservation work in the country is being done. Indeed, these vast plains are home to some of Kenya’s highest populations of endangered species, including half of the country’s black rhinos and half of the world’s Grevy’s zebras.

Nanyuki serves as a gateway to the Laikipia plateau, one of Africa's most important wildlife conservation areas. Despite being a market town, it is probably the most cosmopolitan city in the area outside of Nairobi, with its share of international tourists (here to climb Mt Kenya or to visit the myriad safari parks), British Army soldiers (there is a training facility nearby) and Kenyan Air Force pilots (this is the site of the country's main air-force base).

Lewa Downs is a stunning valley set in the middle of the Laikipia Plateau, deserving a special mention, as it features probably the second-best game viewing in Kenya. It was initially a 16,000-hectare ranch that was turned into a wildlife conservancy whose efforts span conservation of endangered wildlife such as black rhinos, Grevy’s zebras, elephants, lions, giraffes,  and wild dogs amongst other wildlife species in Kenya. Besides, its also home to more than 400 species of birds. As it is private land and not a national park, the added benefit is that the wildlife-watching experience is enhanced with walking safaris, night game drives, horse and camel rides. It offers a great alternative or complement to a safari in the Mara.

Another of its attraction is the Lewa Marathon, its flagship event held annually to raise funds for numerous community development and wildlife conservation efforts. Since its inception in 2000, the endurance race has become widely known for its difficult terrain and harsh climate, drawing competitors and spectators from all over the world.

Loisaba is a 57,000-acre wildlife conservancy located in Laikipia, Northern Kenya. With abundant wildlife, exquisite accommodation and adventurous activities, Loisaba will revive your mind, rejuvenate your body and revitalize your soul.

 

CONNECTING FLIGHTS

Airkenya flies to Nanyuki, Lewa Downs and Loisaba twice a day.

From either of these three destinations, travellers can connect to Masai Mara directly or to Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) via Wilson Airport.

Note: During the low season, these flights can route via Wilson to connect Masai Mara departure at 1400hrs.

Airkenya guarantees connection for clients flying from Nanyuki, Lewa Downs and Loisaba to Kilimanjaro via Wilson Airport.

 

SEASONS

High:

21st December 2020 - 31st March 2021 

1st July 2021 - 31st October 2021

Low:

1st April 2021 - 30th June 2021 

1st November 2021 - 20th December 2021

 

 SCHEDULE     FARES 

From

To

Depart

Arrive

              

Fares

Low season

High Season

Tax

Wilson

Lewa

0830

0955

 

One-way

$152

$167

$29

Wilson

Nanyuki

0830

0905

 

One-way

$165

$175

$29 from Wilson

$25 from Nanyuki

Wilson

Loisaba

0830

0955

 

One-way

$240

$240

$29 from Wilson

$25 from Loisaba

Wilson

Nanyuki

0915

0950

 

One-way

$165

$175

$29 from Wilson

$25 from Nanyuki

Nanyuki

Wilson

1200

1240

 

Return

$275

$291

$34

Wilson

Lewa

0915

1015

 

One-way

$227

$238

$29 from Wilson

$25 from Lewa

Wilson

Lewa

1025

1240

 

Return

$379

$397

$34

Wilson

Loisaba

0915

1045

 

One-way

$240

$240

$29 from Wilson

$25 from Lewa

Loisaba

Wilson

1055 1240  

Return

$399 $399 $34

Nanyuki

Masai Mara

1030

1130

 

One-way

$356

$389

$20

Lewa

Masai Mara

1005

1130

 

One-way

$399

$399

$20

Loisaba

Masai Mara

1005

1130

 

One-way

$375

$399

$20


Fares are valid from 21st December 2020 to 20th December 2021

Book online to enjoy a 20% Discount

 

 

Hotels, Lodges and Camps

Nanyuki Lewa Loisaba Nanyuki Suyian Kongoni Camp Soames hotel Olpajeta Safari Cottages Olpajeta Bush Camp Olpangi Farm Naro Moru River Lodge Sangare Ranch Mount Kenya Ranch Tree Tops Emakoko Lodge Jambo Mutara Enasoit Karisia Walking Safaris Kicheche Wilderness Tumaren, Karisia Mt Kenya Cottages Laikipia Wilderness Batuk- Nanyuki Show ground Mpala Research Segera Retreat El Karama Sarara Aberdare Country Club Olentile Solio Ranch Mountain Lodge Serena Mukima House Sosion Lodge The Ark Sportsmans Arms Porini Rhino Kicheche Laikipia Mount Kenya Safari Club Serena Sweetwaters Camp   Lewa Arijiju Sirkoi Kicheche- Laikipia Borana Lodge Sirai House Lewa Conservancy Kifaru Bush Adventure Camp Lerangai House Ngiri House Wilderness Trails Ilngweshi-Lewa A&K Camp Lewa Wilderness Lewa House Tassia Lodge Borana Camp Lewa Safari Camp Lewa Safari Club Loisaba Loisaba Starbeds Laikipia Wilderness Camp Ol Lentile Chief's House Sabuk Lodge Mugie House Sosian Lodge Ekorian Camp Ol Malo Elewana Lodo Springs Loisaba Tented Camp
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Nairobi is the Capital City of Kenya and the main entry point to the safari hub of East Africa. It is hard to imagine that your safari can actually start at the City, dubbed “Green City” for its abundant nature reserves. Just a stone-throwaway from its busy Central District is the Nairobi National Park, the only of its kind. The sizeable Park is endowed with the typical wildlife found in all other Parks – the difference is the backdrop of the city skyline. The Park is a good place to whet your safari thirst due to its ease of accessibility both to the Park and its wildlife. For a relaxed safari, the Animal Orphanage Centre would be a good starting point to get a close encounter with wildlife in rehabilitation. The Nairobi Safari Way is much more engaging. This long walkway stretch meanders through the Park, filled with placards explaining the different fauna and flora found in the Park, and Kenya at large. For a more comprehensive safari feel, a game drive in the park would do.

Adjoining the Park is the Shedrick Wildlife Trust that nurtures orphaned elephants and rhinos that are then re-released into the wild. Watch the cuties as they are fed and thereafter play around in the muddy puddles at the visitors’ watching bay. In close proximity is the Giraffe Centre, another sanctuary where visitors learn about the conservation of Reticulated Giraffes as you feed them.

The City abounds with museums like Karen Blixen, Nairobi National Museum and Nairobi Railway among others.
Shop till you drop is the theme in Nairobi. This starts with the Masai flea markets that are well-stocked withal kinds and types of handcrafted souvenirs. The numerous malls found all over the City offer conventional goodies, found in just about any city in the world.

Nairobi is the city where the party never stops! Nyama Choma (barbecued/roasted meat) is the typical delicacy downed with a bottle of Tusker – a larger beer that has become synonymous with Kenya. In recent years, the scene has evolved to include craft beer.

 

CONNECTION

Airkenya offers daily flights to and from Nairobi all the destinations in Kenya.

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Meru National Park is little visited and so utterly unspoilt, few places are comparable to the remote and rugged atmosphere found here. This sanctuary was once the home and is now the final resting place of Elsa the lioness whose life inspired Joy Adamson’s novel, Born Free. Elsa, an orphaned cub, was raised by the Adamson’s and later successfully released back into the wild. Straddling the equator, Meru park is bisected by 13 rivers and numerous mountain-fed streams, making it a green paradise compared to the dry savannah of Kenya’s other parks. It boasts diverse scenery from woodlands to wide open plains, meandering riverbanks, a landscape dotted by kopjes and rich volcanic soil deposits.

Unhindered by crowds of tourists, game-viewing in Meru National Park is an authentic and unique affair. The Big Five can be found roaming its savannahs and lush woodlands, although the elusive leopard and sprightly cheetah prefer to remain hidden if they can. The steeply inclining gradient and the peak of Mount Kenya can be seen from the park, providing a perfect backdrop to game drives, bush walks, and cruises along the Tana River and stopovers at Adamson’s Falls en route. Part of the reserve has been fenced off to create a sanctuary for 40 White Rhino and 20 Black Rhino, making this one of the best places in Kenya to see these endangered animals.

 

CONNECTING FLIGHTS

Airkenya flies twice daily to Meru in the heart of Kenya.

Guests can fly from Meru directly to the Maasai Mara via Nanyuki.

Note: Flights can route via Wilson Airport to connect to the Masai Mara departure at 1400hrs in the low season.

Airkenya guarantees connection for clients flying from Meru to Kilimanjaro via Wilson Airport.

Due to the rising demand from our clients, we have introduced two new routes; Meru to Nanyuki and Meru to Samburu to ensure clients get optimal travel experience.

 

SEASONS

High:

21st December 2020 - 31st March 2021

1st July 2021 - 31st October 2021

Low:

1st April 2021 - 30th June 2021

1st November 2021 - 20th December 2021

 

 SCHEDULE     FARES 

From

To

Depart

Arrive

              

Fares

Low season

High Season

Tax

Wilson

Meru

0830

0925

 

One-way

$239

$239

$29 from Wilson

Wilson

Meru

0915

1115

 

One-way

$239

$239

$29 from Wilson

$25 from Meru

Meru

Wilson

1125

1240

 

Return

$399

$399

$34

Meru

Nanyuki

1125

1150

 

One-way

$240

$240

$20

Meru

Samburu

0935

0955

 

One-Way

$240

$240

$20

Meru

Masai Mara

0935

1130

 

One-Way

$399

$427

$20

Fares are valid from 21st December 2020 to 20th December 2021

Book online to enjoy a 20% Discount

 

Meru Hotels and Camps Meru Hotels and Camps Alba Hoterl Ikweta Safari Camp Wilderness Mobile Camp Murere Springs Offbeat Meru Leopard Rock Meru Rhino River Elsa's Kopje
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The Maasai Mara lies in the south-west of Kenya. It is also the celebrated site for nature's annual spectacular the "Great Migration". This takes place between June and October, where the rolling plains of the Mara are flooded with over a million wildebeest and hundreds of zebra and impala searching for fresh new grass after the rains.

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Standing at 5,895 meters, Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain and one of the continent’s most magnificent sights. It is also one of the world's highest volcanoes, and the highest free-standing mountain on earth, rising from cultivated farmlands on the lower slopes, through lush rainforest to alpine meadows, and finally across a lunar landscape to the twin summits of Kibo and Mawenzi. The mountain’s snow-capped peaks and the surrounding national park were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, with endemic plants and dozens of animal species, including endangered ones, calling it home.   The mountain has long held a special place in the imagination of the world, written about extensively by visitors awed by its majesty. In 1889, German geographer Hans Meyer and Austrian mountaineer Ludwig Purtscheller became the first people on record to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro. Since then, Kilimanjaro has become a popular hiking spot for locals and tourists. Considering mountaineering gear and experience is not needed to reach the peak, tens of thousands of climbers ascend the mountain each year. Mt Kilimanjaro is one of the great experiences of African travel that is not about wildlife. It is no wonder that it is on many people’s bucket list.   The Kilimanjaro International airport is the gateway for adventurers looking to discover either the Kenyan destination from Tanzania or vice versa. It is worth noting that there is an immigration clearance procedure undertaken to cross the border. Please refer to our travel information for additional immigration clearance information.

 

CONNECTING FLIGHTS

Airkenya flies daily to Kilimanjaro International Airport in Tanzania.

From the Kilimanjaro International Airport, guests can easily connect to Arusha, Lake Manyara and Grumeti via Regional Air Services at 1430hrs.

 

SEASONS

High:

21st December 2020 - 31st March 2021

1st July 2021 - 31st October 2021

Low:

1st April 2021 - 30th June 2021

1st November 2021 - 20th December 2021

 

 SCHEDULE     FARES 

From

To

Depart

Arrive

 

              

Fares

Low season

High Season

Tax

Wilson

Kilimanjaro

1315

1410

 

One-way

$169

$169

$60 from Wilson

$68 from Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro

Wilson

1425

1520

 

Return

$283

$283

$113

Fares are valid from 21st December 2020 to 20th December 2021

Book online to enjoy a 20% Discount 

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