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  • 30 Oct

    AA Kenya's Eva blogs in!

    Check our our Blog, which today has Eva Muronji from Kenya discussing gender equality in the Kenya Tourism Industry: Click Here

  • 21 Aug

    Busy Summer on Mt Kenya

    Over 75 young people climbed Mount Kenya with us over the summer months as part of their AfriCamp expeditions.

    Watching the sunrise from 4985m on Point Lenana is an unforgettable experience to crown a truely unique expedition over the high plains, through montane & bamboo forests, Afro-alpine heath and up the rocky slopes of the ancient volcanic plug.

    The main climbing seasons for Mt Kenya are January-March and June-October. For more information please see our web pages or get in contact to discuss options. 

  • 05 Jul

    Work Starts on Marangu Village School

    AA Expedition Coordinator and Moving Mountains Trustee Chris Little today shook hands with the headman of Marangu Village on the slopes of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania as final official agreement for the new school being built with the support of Writhlington School in the UK. These agreements are vital to do before the project starts in order to agree local ownership and responsibility.

  • 16 Jun

    Recent Events in Kenya

    After the widely reported violence in the coastal town of Lamu in Kenya over the last few days, we can understand that some travellers may have concerns about travelling to Kenya.

    Therefore we have put together a general briefing document to help readers to understand the current travel advice for Kenya in relation to our itineraries.

    You can view and download it here - 

  • 16 May

    Situation in Kenya

    Situation in Kenya 16th May 2014, 09:00hrs

    After seeing this mornings news we fully understand that some clients, volunteers, teachers, schools and parents may feel concerned about their or their children’s / pupils’ time with us in Kenya. It is unfortunate that the reporting of what is happening in Kenya gives the impression that the country is in some sort of state of emergency, when in fact it isn’t.

    The Foreign Office advice was updated yesterday. The advice remains the same as it has been for at least 18 months with the only change being the addition of Mombasa to the regions of the country, which they recommend not travelling to. We as a company do not operate in Mombasa nor have we taken clients to Mombasa for a very long time.

    Adventure Alternative and Moving Mountains operate in rural, low key areas which are hundreds of miles away from places identified by the FCO advice. We do not take clients or volunteers into areas identified by us or by the FCO as being at risk. We have the advantage of over two decades experience in Kenya and we run our own company on the ground, with our own staff, who know what is happening at a grass roots level. Our network in Kenya is very strong, trusted and informed. We would never put a client or volunteer into a situation or take them to an area or location which we deemed risky. We undertake full risk assessments and provide security when necessary. We use only our own vehicles and not public transport. We take our responsibility and your safety seriously.

    The reality on the ground is that the Kenyan newspapers are not reporting any issues or events in Mombasa. The rest of the country is operating as normal and people are going about their everyday lives. We will continue to monitor the situation, as we always do in all the countries where we operate, and if there is a change in events we would of course offer an alternative.

    At present all our trips are going ahead as planned and things on the ground, in the regions where we operate, are perfectly normal.

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