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Kenya Cycle

Location: Mutonguni
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Season: Autumn, Spring
  • Duration: 9 Days
  • Region: Africa
  • Type: Biking
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Season: Autumn, Spring
  • Duration: 9 Days
  • Region: Africa
  • Type: Biking
About The Kenya Cycle

This Kenya Cycle covers a distance of 305km through the Kenyan countryside over five days. It's a very scenic route as we ride through rural Kenya with many fun downhill sections as well as tough climbs. The route provides one with a real insight into rural life in Kenya. For the most part we will be riding on dirt roads with very little traffic.

Kenya is mostly recognised for being home to Africa’s famous “Big Five” (Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo) but most people don’t realise that Kenya also offers some of the best adventure sport in the world. Kenya is a country of tremendous diversity; landscapes vary from glaciated mountains with snow-capped peaks, to dense forest to flat desert plains. Along this journey you will learn about Kenyan culture by chatting with our local guides, Kenyan’s say that ‘You will arrive as a visitor and leave as a friend’!

As well as five fantastic days of cycling we have time for two game drives with fantastic opportunities to spot game including the big five. We also spend an afternoon rafting on the awesome Tana River.

Why cycle in Kenya with Earth's Edge

100% Financial Protection – Earth’s Edge is Ireland’s only fully licensed (TA:0711) and financially bonded adventure travel company.

Our Kenya Cycle is led by an experienced Irish guide and doctor who travel with the group from Dublin.

Our packages are inclusive of flights from Dublin, in-country transport, a full local guiding & support team, accommodation, all meals on the cycle,  mountain bike hire, a half day of rafting, two safari game drives, a celebratory meal & an Earth's Edge technical tee-shirt.

Our nine day Kenya Cycle itinerary includes five days of cycling, two game drives & a half day of rafting on the Tana River.

We use excellent local guides, cooks and support staff. We have a strict Responsible Travel Policy and ensure our local partners are treated fairly.

Training day – Meet your Earth's Edge expedition leader, your Earth's Edge expedition doctor and your fellow Kenya Cycle participants two months before departure. Our training day consists of a full brief and a cycle in Co. Wicklow.

We have a strict Leave No Trace policy and do everything we can to ensure we leave the Kenya Cycle trail as we found it. 

Our Kenya Cycle Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Dublin.
Depart Dublin in the evening. Overnight flight.

Day 2: Arrive in Kenya.
Arrive in Nairobi in the morning and drive directly to Mutonguni. Rest for the afternoon and have a biking orientation brief in the evening. Overnight camp.

Day 3: Mutonguni to Matuu, 70km.
Most of the day’s route is flat but there are some big hills entering and exiting river valleys. Overnight camp.

Day 4: Matuu to Makuyu. 75km.
Another stunning day on the bikes. Overnight camp.

Day 5: Makayu to Sagana. 40km.
We have an easier day today as we complete the 40km in the morning. The afternoon is free or we can go white-water rafting on the Tana River. Overnight cottage.

Day 6: Sagana to Chaka. 50km.
A tough day today with lots of big climbs. Overnight camp.

Day 7: Chaka to Ol Pejeta. 70km.
Our last day on the bikes is mostly flat. Evening game drive. Overnight camp.

Day 8: Ol Pejeta Conservancy to Nairobi.
After an early morning game drive we drive back to Nairobi, stopping for some shopping enroute. Overnight flight.

Day 9: Arrive in Dublin.
Arrive back in Dublin in the early morning. Expedition ends.


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