Ololua Nature Trail Walk
Sports For Change is taking part on Giving Tuesday campaign championed by Global Giving. We would to a forest trek at Ololua forest to kick start the campaign.
Ololua forest is a Protected content of the indigenous tropical forest that is home to the Institute of Primate Research (IPR).
The nature trail meanders through thick forest vines and undergrowth below giant indigenous trees and bushes; in some places following the course of the Mbagathi River that cuts through the forest.
One of the highlights of the trail is 20 feet water fall and a 33 m long cave reputed to have once been home to Mau Mau freedom fighters. Bring a torch if you would like to explore the cave.
There is picnic site complete with benches, drop toilets and trash bins that offers a nice setting to rest and enjoy a bite as we have a chat and network.
The cost cover: parkfee , guide, water & donation
Reserve your slot by paying Protected content our mpesa account Protected content . (buy goods) on 28th Nov- Thanks Giving Day :-)
What to bring Picnic lunch,
ID : National Id for citizens, Alien card for residents
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