The Equator line runs through the southern end of Kenya in the town of Narok.   The coriolis effect becomes evident in the blue bucket under the sign.  If placed in front (south) of the sign the water inside will tend to move in a counter clockwise direction.  If placed behind (north) the sign, the water tends to move in a clockwise direction
This is the typical vehicle used when taking large groups (approx. 20 or less) on a camping safari.  There are established camps set up around the Maasai Mara and other National Parks.  Campers sleep on cots with mattresses inside large 2-person canvas tents.
Mount Kenya National Park is north of Nairobi approximately 3.5 hours.  Mt. Kenya is the second highest mountain in Africa after Mt. Kilimanjaro.
The National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Kenya Branch is located in Naro Moru, Kenya which is in the area of Mt. Kenya National Park.