ngare ndare 2 days 1 night camping edition

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Ngare Ndare is a lush indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. Azure pools glisten at the bottom of waterfalls and 200 year old trees stretch into the canopy supporting a rich variety of bird and animal life. The forest is a vital corridor that links the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to Mount Kenya, and one which elephants have been using for centuries.

The Forest belongs to UNESCO Heritage List, Ngare Ndare Forest, a hidden gem in Kenya. Visited mainly by locals and residents who know about its existence, the Forest is known for its azure waterfall and rock pools, walking above the trees' canopy and the presence of many elephants. The lush greenery spreads between the high twisted trees covered in moss. The sun makes its way through the hanging branches (100% sure that Tarzan lives somewhere here and swings on the vines!), and hundreds of butterflies flutter around as you walk past. Ngare Ndare Forest lays on the border of two of Northern Kenya's counties - Laikipia and Meru, and on the border of two conservancies - Lewa and Borana. Its location provides a chance to explore the nearby areas without much effort. 

The walk from the campsite to the waterfall is an moderate one hour trek through the beautiful forest. You pass through some seriously amazing paths where orange dust makes its way amongst the old gnarly trees. Their canopies create a natural umbrella that gently covers the sky, which gives you some pleasant shade. Once you get down a pretty steep set of handmade wooden steps on the last bit of your walk, you reach the waterfall. There you find yourself looking at about a 15 meter high cliff with the water flowing down to a pale blue rock pool. All of this surrounded by large trees hugging the pool. You're welcome to jump in and enjoy a refreshing bath but be ware that you may have experience ‘body freeze’ (like ‘brain freeze’ but just to your whole body) straight away! The water is sooooo cold as it source from a mountain spring near Mt Kenya. If you're lucky, you may spot some elephants around.

CITIZENS: 7,000 per person. 

Activities: 500meter Canopy walk, visit to the blue pool(swimming is allowed) down to the 4 pools then the Ngare Ndare waterfall, hikes, treasure hunts, singing games, sight viewing, game tracking education among others

Charges inclusive of: 
Drinking water.
Entrance fees.

Extra drinking water
swimming costumes

To pay via Lipa na Mpesa: 
1.Go to Buy goods 
2.Enter Till Number 892645
3.Enter amount Kshs.7000/= 
4.Enter Mpesa PIN number **** 
5. Send
To book your slot you can pay a deposit of then clear the balance on departure date or full amount. 

For more information contact us call/text/whatsapp
KEVIN: 0719208625 or ROBERT: 0725353920 

Or email us

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Program (3 minutes read)

Ngare Ndare Forest, Azure pools glisten at the bottom of waterfalls and 200 year old trees stretch into the canopy supporting a rich variety of bird and animal life. Beautiful

  • 1

    Day 1 (7:00AM)

    Meet at Zion Mall, Eldoret

  • 2

    Day 1 (8:00AM)

    Depart for Nanyuki and have stopovers for Nature Photography

  • 3

    Day 1 (4:00PM)

    Arrival at Nanyuki Town, stopover for some shopping

  • 4

    Day 1 (4:30PM)

    Depart to Ngare Ndare Forest, Evening Hike and Camping, Bonfire activities and Team Building

  • 5

    Day 2 (8:00AM)

    Activities of the Day: Hiking through Ngare Ndare Forest to the 4 waterfalls, Swimming, Canopy Hike, Bird watching and Rock Climbing

  • 6

    Day 2 (3:00PM)

    Departure to Eldoret Town

  • 7

    Day 2 (10:00PM)

    Expected Time of Arrival, Eldoret Town. Drop Offs will be made for people living within Eldoret Town and its environs. Cheers. Lets do this Again!

Key Points to Note

  • Ngare Ndare is part of Lewa Conservancy
  • Elephants can be seen, if you are lucky
  • The Blue natural Swimming pool. You have to see it
  • You can walk above the tree canopies, serious
  • Ngare Ndare Borders Nanyuki and Laikipia


  • Meals (Lunch)
  • Photography
  • Videography
  • Tour Guide
  • Tents and Bonfire


  • Breakfast on Day 1
  • Supper on Day 2
  • Tips for waiter or driver
  • Blankets or Beddings or Extra Sweater


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