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We stayed at Kifaru House on the nearby Lewa Conservancy, and a day trip to this forest came highly recommended. We were not disappointed. It was a short drive through the village to meet with our park ranger, who would serve as our guide for...More
The roadtrip was fun filled with energetic clients,no one noticed the long distance we covered from Nairobi we took a hike around the forest,canopy walk,and had a chance to see the elephant,its a place where most people love to visit,they provide jovial and informative guides,
I recommend calling in advance so they can arrange an armed Ranger to take you on a hike to the pools and waterfalls. It's an easy enough hike there and back, ending with a canopy walk. Beautiful pools to swim in. This trip is more...More
A group of 5 friends and I went to Ngare Ndare as a day trip from Nanyuki. When we got there, it was later than expected because we got lost on the way to the main gate (maybe don't use google maps?) Other than getting...More
The last of the ancient forest glades of a once bountiful landscape are an absolute must see for any intrepid traveller. the unique community led sanctuary is an extraordinary example of cooperation in an enterprise between adjoining communities and private wildlife sanctuaries that recommend their...More
Ngare Ndare Forest is located in Meru County, Kenya, and on the border of two conservancies - Lewa and Borana. Its location provides a chance to explore the nearby areas without much effort.
The forest comprises of nature trails, waterfall views, natural pools, canopy walks...More
This was an interesting trucking done in my life, we walked almost 5 km to reach the source of the river. and we saw few blue pools on our way and chosen to swim in the end where is source of water stream coming from...More
Surprisingly lush and beautiful vegetation, in complete contrast to the surrounding land which is mostly arid, although stunning in each own sense.
Really enjoyed dipping in one of the many small yet quite deep lagoons, as well the walk high up on the canopy with...More