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Giraffe Ark: A Hidden Gem in Nyeri, Mt. Kenya

By November 10, 2017 #BornToBeWildKE

We started our day early, 6.48am, and for a person like me who is not a morning person, waking up that early on a Saturday morning is too much to ask, but when it comes to a day of adventure and fun we had to reconsider. I am sleepy because I didn’t sleep much, was too excited I couldn’t contain it. So apparently on this day I am on time, which is a first because am always late especially on casual occasions, everybody knows it and they have come to a peace with it, ha ha ha a high five to myself. A few people have arrived at Kencom and I say Hi as I get in the Van which was already waiting for us. Read More

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The Magnificent Karuru Falls – The Highest & Tallest Waterfall in Kenya

By June 6, 2017 #TembeaKenya, Trails & Hikes

Karuru Falls in the Aberdares National Park is a place of many unique wonders of nature.

The waterfall is the highest and tallest in Kenya — a breathtaking sight that plunges 273 metres below the viewing point.

The falls, in Nyandarua County, is surrounded by tall green indigenous trees, making it one of the most unique in the country.

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Ngare Ndare “Goats Water” Lust Indigenous Forest Day Trip & Excursion

By May 24, 2017 #BornToBeWildKE

Meeting time 5.55am. Guests on time. 6.00am- everyone arrives. We picked others along Thika road. You know how the car is a natural see-saw during safaris? Read More

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Kereita Forest “The Forest”

By May 20, 2017 #TembeaKenya, Trails & Hikes

Kereita Forest also known as ‘The Forest’ is located in the southern most end of the Aberdares Ranges and has many outdoor interesting activities like the Zip Lining (in the jungle as you fly fast and high over the forest at the aberdares at a aspeed close to 60KM/HR), Nature walks to the caves and waterfall, archery, paint balling, Cycling and Tree planting. Read More

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Ngare Ndare Indigenous Forest

By May 20, 2017 #TembeaKenya, Trails & Hikes

Ngare Ndare (Maa for “goats water”) is a lush indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. The forest is a vital corridor that links the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to Mount Kenya, and one which elephants have been using for centuries. In the 1980’s farmland became more developed on the southern side of the forest, and farmers came into regular clashes with elephants. Read More

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