A Gem in The Heart of Karen: Oloolua Nature Trail
Nairobi's green space comprises three forests. Two of them are well known i.e. Karura Forest and the Ngong Forest Sanctuary.
Very few know about this 3rd gem - Oloolua Forest!
A great wildlife refuge and biodiversity hot spot.
It provides a habitat to a variety of wildlife (including small antelopes and other mammals such as hyena and the occasional leopard).
Located within the heart of Nairobi's Karen suburb, it is actually part of the larger Ngong Forest block which also comprises Ngong Hills and Kibiko Forest.
Join us as we explore its many attractions including Protected content Caves, Waterfalls, Picnic Sites, Swamps & breath-taking Nature Trails that will offer you a much needed escape. And yes... you may even bring your young ones and pets along!
A maximum of 15 people are allowed.
Park Entry Fee
Armed Ranger Guide Fee
Bottle of Water
Payments via MPESA Lipa na Mpesa Option. Till No. Protected content For Change).
Recommended: Personal ID, comfortable hiking gear, preferred trail snacks/drinks, sun glasses/hat, sun screen, rain poncho (in case of change in weather).
***All Ministry of Health Covid-19 Protocols Observed***
Charges are as follows:
800.00 KES Citizens
1100.00 KES Residents
1500.00 KES Non-Residents
Meeting point is the Oloolua Nature Trail Main Gate at the end of Karen Road.
Sorry, but you are not allowed to join this Activity Group!
We are afraid that you cannot join, because the Consuls have limited access to this Activity Group.
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