Aberdares Lodges and Camps
Mature forests, steep ravines, and cool, mountain air characterize the Aberdare National Park. The Aberdares are a range of mountains occupied by indigenous trees, large herds of elephants, rhinos, spotted hyenas, leopards, bushbucks, baboons, colobus monkeys, and buffalos. On occasion, a lucky visitor will come across wild cats, giant forest hogs, and bongos. Hundreds of bird species live here too.
Aberdare Country Club on the side of Mweiga Hills, first served as the home of an English family before it evolved into a hospitality establishment. The club still offers the comforts of home away from home. Here’s more: A spa, swimming...read more
The Ark is named after Noah’s Ark - and it looks like it, too. Built to overlook a floodlit salt lick and waterhole, The decks on the Ark are one of the best places to watch elephants at close range in complete safety. For an even closer look,...read more
Treetop is best known for having hosted Queen Elizabeth on the night when she became queen back in 1952. It was built on an old elephant route connecting the Aberdares to Mount Kenya National Park. an indigenous tree grows in the middle of the...read more
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