Nyeri – Treetops – the Aberdares Park
10-11 March, 2018
This is a one night trip that covers history of Kenya as well as visit to a national park.
We go to Nyeri and the Salient area of Aberdares Park. The destination, Treetops, is about 180km from Nairobi. Treetops is famous in Kenyan history as the lodge where Princess Elizabeth was staying when King George the Sixth died and she became queen. The lobby has a photographic exhibition of the events centred around 1952. The lodge faces Mt Kenya and has a water hole and a salt lick which is visited by wild animals at night, especially elephant.
Cost: 14,250ksh pp sharing.
Single room supplement 900ksh
Included: 1 FB, walk along the river, tips
Not included: Transport, park entry
Roads: good tarmac, in the park the usual rough roads
Weather: cold at night so take a jacket
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