Twende tukajivinjari Ngare Ndare!!!

Ngare Ndare is Maa for ‘goats water’. Ngare Ndare is a gazetted forest used to promote peace and co-existence among the different communities in the area – the Meru, Maasai, Borana and Kikuyu. The forest is maintained primarily by the local communities as the Ngare Ndare Forest Trust, under the supervision of Kenya Forest Service (KFS).

Ngare Ndare forest has numerous beautiful and tranquil physical features such as sundowner sites, permanent springs, waterfalls, rapids and rock outcrops. The Ngare Ndare Forest Trust uses these spots for activities such as picnics, swimming, diving and rock climbing. Enjoy the longest canopy walk in East Africa, a 40 ft. high aerial bridge of wire mesh and cables extending 500meters-long canopy walkway situated in the middle of the forest, where visitors can view wildlife below. The walkway ends at a wooden platform 30ft. high, where you can relax and enjoy a view of the river from this elevated vantage point. you will also swim in the natural azure pools glistering at the bottom of the waterfalls and adventure into the 200 year old trees in the forest that support a rich variety of bird and animal life.

Attractions and activities

  • Tree canopy walk
  • Rock climbing
  • Game drive
  • Canyoning
  • Hiking to the waterfall
  • Bird watching
  • Nature walk
  • Indigenous forest adventure
  • Bonding

Cost inclusive of;

  • Transport
  • Packed lunch
  • Forest and attractions fee
  • Conservancy fees
  • Armed ranger
  • 500 ml drinking water
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