Camp Ndunda Falls

Approximately 10km North West of Embu town, off the Embu-Kibugu road is the famous Camp Ndunda Falls. Located on the banks of Rupingazi River at the foot of the reknown Mt Kenya is Camp Ndunda Falls within the larger Njukiri Forest.

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Exploring Ngare Ndare  

On getting to the forest, an armed ranger and a guide will be assigned to you. After a short briefing about the forest and Ngare Ndare Forest Trust, we will set out on a 7km hike to the famous waterfalls. The forest is home to 7 waterfalls. The grandeur of the waterfalls will leave you speechless.

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Longonot hike

Barely 60km from Nairobi along the Nairobi Nakuru highway, the breathtaking view of Mount Longonot dominates the surrounding landscape. Standing at 2,776m above sea level, and an estimated 750m from the base, Mount Longonot is a young dormant volcano created during tectonic activities and volcanic eruptions that formed the great Rift Valley.

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Kamba Land or Ukambani is divided in to three administrative county regions namely, Machakos, Makueni and Kitui counties, stretching east of Nairobi along the Mombasa-Nairobi highway towards Tsavo National park and North East to Embu.  It is widely perceived as a region regularly haunted by long drought seasons.

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Ngong Hills walking safari

Enjoy wonderful views of the city of Nairobi and the great Rift Valley while hiking the Ngong Hills. The tour departs daily and takes place at the Ngong Forest Reserve located 25 Kilometers South West of Nairobi.

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Redhill the Dam

The Dam RedHill is a getaway resort which is located 15 Kms away from the CBD of Nairobi. Offering a relaxing and serene environment for all.

It’s a short walking distance from the main road- just enough to get your adrenaline juices flowing for ziplining first timers.

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