Ngare Ndare Forest is a lush indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. Azure pools glisten at the bottom of waterfalls and 200-year-old trees stretch into the canopy supporting a rich variety of bird and animal life. The forest is a vital corridor that links the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to Mount Kenya, and one which elephants have been using for centuries. Some of the popular tourist activities at Ngare Ndare includes, birdwatching; Forest walks; Tree canopy walks, Forest Camping; Rock climbing; Game drives; Cannoning and Waterfall tours.


Paradise Lost Resort in Kiambu is beautiful scenery which oozes such beauty that the name fittingly benefits the surrounding and the nature. The main attraction at Paradise Lost Resort in Kiambu which is a 54-acre farm is the Paradise Lost Resort caves in Kenya that are eroded by the nearby Gichi River in Kenya with their entrance screened by an impressive cascading Paradise Lost waterfall in Kenya.
Paradise Lost Resort is extremely popular as a perfect place to spend the weekend in. Tourist activities at paradise lost includes, horse riding, zip lining, picnic, camel riding, picnic, boat riding, fishing, camping nature trail walks and bird watching.


It is a forest located in Kemende town along the Nairobi –Nakuru Highway. The forest boarders the Aberdare’s mountain range to the south and is actually part of the Aberdare ecosystem. The forest has interesting hiking trails and natural features like the: keraita cave and a waterfall. The trails were established by the Kijabe Environment Volunteers, a local community organization that works to conserve the rich biodiversity. One of the trails is the Carbacid Trail that leads to keraita waterfall on the Gatamaiyu River and the adjacent cave that is home to small bat colony.

Kereita forest offers lots of adventure based activities in the most beautiful landscapes and scenic views. Some of the activities includes, Zip lining, Archery, cycling, Nature walks, paint balling, fly fishing, team building activities, tree planting, horse riding, camping and foot golf. One activity that stands out is zip lining.




It is located in Thika about 65 Kilometers North East of Nairobi, off Thika-Garissa Road turning at Makutano junction. Fourteen Falls derives the name from their 14 distinct waterfalls on the broad section of the famous Athi River.
Overlooking the falls lies the Hill of the Buffaloes popularly known as Kilimambogo. The Hill derives its name from the hundreds of buffaloes that lived and are still found in the area. The Hills are also home to the graves of the family of Sir Macmillan. Sir Macmillan was a famous philanthropist who lived on the foot of the Hills. He made the Hills internationally known when he hosted the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and US President Roosevelt. The Hills are home to buffaloes, baboons and other wild animals. Tourist activities at Fourteen falls include: Boat ride leading to the heart of the falls, Watch as divers perform spectacular shows as they dive from the cliffs to the waters below, Fishing, Photography, walking around the rocks at the base of the falls and Bird Watching.


The Soloi Ranch is one of the finest wildlife parks in Africa, which hasn’t figured in tourist maps for generations. The park is a fenced, privately owned wildlife conservancy geared towards rhino conservation. The park hast played a major part in protection and breeding of black rhinos in Kenya. The breeding has been successful that rhinos from Soloi have stocked game reserves all over Africa. It is an ideal place for bird watching, with over 300 species of birds found in the game reserve, some of which include; European rollers, flycatchers, and birds of prey such as vultures, eagle owls, Montagu’s Harriers, long crested Eagles and buzzards. Also crowned cranes and European stork can be found in the reserve every year. Other activities also include game drives.


The park is located about 100 km north of Nairobi and stretches over a wide variety of terrain at altitudes from 2,000 meters (6,600 ft) to 4,000 meters (13,000 ft). Established in May 1950, the Aberdare National Park covers an area of 766 square kilometers and forms part of the Aberdare Mountain Range. The park contains a wide range of landscapes – from mountain peaks that rise to 4,000 meters (13,000 ft) above sea level, to their deep, v-shaped valleys intersected by streams, rivers, and waterfalls. Moorland, bamboo forests and rainforest are found at lower altitudes. Some of the tourist activities at the Abardares forest includes; game drives and animal sightings, overnight game viewing from the poolside, bird watching, sports like, horse riding, golfing, tennis, nature walks, sundowners, unique dinning and wining experience, sensational viewing of the Rift Valley and the peak of Mt. Kenya, excursions to Mau Mau Caves, bush lunches and dinners, excursions to the Gura and Karuru numerous water falls, visit to Rhino sanctuaries tout fishing etc.


Nyahururus’ Thomson falls is a 74 metres (243 ft) waterfall on the Ewaso Ng’iro river in central Kenya a few kilometres from Lake Ol Bolossat, which drains from the Aberdare Range. It is situated 3 kilometres (2 mi) from the town of Nyahururu at 2,360 metres (7,740 ft) elevation. In 1883 Joseph Thomson was the first European to reach Thomson Falls, and named them for his father. Major Tourist activity at Thomson Falls include; site seeing, birdwatching and photography.


Africa’s second-highest mountain is also one of its most beautiful. Here, mere minutes from the equator, glaciers carve out the throne of Ngai, the old high god of the Kikuyu. To this day the tribe keeps its doors open to the face of the sacred mountain, and some still come to its lower slopes to offer prayers. Mt Kenya also has the rare honors of being both a Unesco World Heritage Site and a Unesco Biosphere Reserve. The scenery surrounding this designated World Heritage Site is breath-taking. It is pristine wilderness with lakes, tarns, glaciers, dense forest, mineral springs and a selection of rare and endangered species of animals, high altitude adapted plains game and unique montane and alpine vegetation. Some of the animals found within the park includes Elephants tree hyrax, white tailed mongoose, suni, black fronted duiker, mole rat, bush buck and Elands. Animals rarely seen include leopard, bongo and the giant forest hog. Visitors can enjoy mountain climbing, camping and caving with the mountain’s rugged glacier-clad peaks providing the perfect backdrop. Other tourist activities within and around the park include: Bird watching, game viewing, photography etc.


Located off Nyeri-Nanyuki highway, this is an adventurer’s paradise with the perfect environment for team building, bonding and fun. The park’s main attraction is the leisure park modeled with great collection of off-road buggies and quad bikes offering the thrill of karting and riding for people of all ages. It also has an action arena where the team building takes place. Exciting activities such as tag of war on wet surfaces, paint gunner games, obstacle racing and rock climbing and bubble soccer are just the beginning 0of this little fun adventure.
Visitors can also delight in mouthwatering African delicacies offered at the ranch which includes Nyama choma, roasted chicken, Ugali, Mukimo and an array of Salads.


Located just a few Kilometres from Nairobi, Kiambethu tea farm in Limuru provides an amazing surroundings of perfect vegetation good climate and a spectacular view of vast tea plantations. Visit get to see and learn how tea is made as well as they enjoy lunch that is made from local fresh ingredients.


Brilliant on a magnificent scale, the Meru and Kora sister parks feature luxuriant jungle, coursing rivers, verdant swamp, khaki grasslands and gaunt termite cathedrals all under the sky’s great blue bowl. Little visited and utterly unspoilt, few places are comparable to the remote and rugged atmosphere found here. Visitors can see Grevy’s zebras, elephants, Bohor reedbucks, hartebeests, pythons, puff adders, cobras, buffalos and more than 427 recorded species of birds. Some of the Major Attraction here includes; Former home of Joy and George Adamson and Elsa the lioness, Views of Mt Kenya, Rivers and riverine habitats, Tana river, Adamson’s falls.