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Cycling and Discovering the Oloolua Nature Trail in Karen

Hosted by the Consul of the Nairobi Cyclists and Thrillseekers Group
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Took place 4 weeks 2 days ago
Sat 28 May 08:00 - 12:00

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Another hidden gem in Nairobi, apart from Karura Forest, is Oloolua forest in Karen. The perfectly close gateway.

If you fancy a morning bike ride then join us this Saturday.

Expect to see a 20ft waterfall, breathtaking cliffs, riverside tracks, small bridges, Mau-Mau caves, thick forest vines, a papyrus swamp, a picnic site, monkeys, primates, and loads of birds. Best of all is the serene environment.
A tiny bamboo forest in the swamps beckons you to descend the stairs to the benches for a rest.
Mbagathi River cuts through the forest in some places.
This Protected content of indigenous tropical dry forest is home to the Institute of Primate Research, run by The National Museums of Kenya.

RECOMMENDED: Personal ID, comfortable hiking gear, water, snacks/drinks, sunglasses/hat, sunscreen, and rain gear (in case of change in weather).

We will select the trail together (they are semi-marked)
We will also split into fast-paced and luxury cycling groups as per demand
Cycle starts at 8.30 am

Entry fees
Citizens: 200
Residents: 400
Non-Residents: 600

Shared guide: 300@
Bike: Protected content 3hrs
Add Protected content you need to carpool from Westlands - to Karen, and back.

(Previously: A Traditional Swiss Experience in Nairobi!)