The Aberdare Range is a 160 km long mountain range of upland, north of Kenya’s capital Nairobi with an average elevation of 3,500 metres. It is located in Nyandarua County, west central Kenya, Northeast of Naivasha and Gilgil and just of the equator
Elevation: Mount Satima
Mountains: Mount Satima, Mount Kinangop
Did you Know Aberdare National park is part of the Aberdare Mountain range, a fascinating region of Kenya
Day 1; Nairobi – Tree Hotel
Drive northwards through the farm lands of the Kikuyu people to reach Mt. Kenya and the small town of Nyeri in time for lunch . In the early afternoon drive
Through the forest to you tree hotel where the night is spent above the flood lit water hole and saltlick. Frequent visitors are Elephants, Rhinos, Buffalo and Giraffe forest hog overnight at tree hotel.
Day 3; Samburu National Reserve
The days is spent exploring the reserve you will almost certainty see the graceful reticulated Giraffe , Grevy’s Zebra , Elephants and the Oryx perhaps the origin of the legend of the unicorn overnight at you lodge camp.
Day 4: Samburu – Lake Nakuru – Lake Naivasha
After breakfast drive to lake Nakuru stopping en route for a brief look on the magnificent Thompson’s falls where the waters of Ngare Naro cascade in a sheer drop of 73m. Lunch at Nakuru before visiting the world famous bird sanctuary and National park where the sight of a million or more flamingoes has been described by sir peter Scott the world greatest bird spectacle. There is also much game to be seen before spending the night in a lodge or camp in the park or before driving on to spend the knight at Lake Naivasha.
Day 5: Lake Naivasha – NAIROBI
After breakfast a relaxing look at the beautiful lake Naivasha richly endowed with birds ( they are over 460 species) before returning to Nairobi Which Is to arrive by lunch time.
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