Aberdare National Park
If you have never seen a mountain in dry forest, then you haven’t been to the
Aberdare national park. The dry upland forest covers the lower slopes
and true mountain forest dominates from 2,000M mixing cedar, Meru Oak and Podo
trees in a beautiful serrated canopy.
At 2,500M, a belt of bamboo intricately weaves the smaller trees interspersed with
glades to surround the mountain. This is home to animals and plants
as well as ‘Ngai’ (God), venerated by the Local tribe in their folklore as evidenced by the
shrines in the park. There’s a deep cut made by the ravines through the forested
eastern and western end.
This unique haven abundant with clear streams and deafening waterfalls
break the monotony of the jungle silence. The Ol Donyo Satima (3999
m) and the Kinangop peak (3906 m) stride the lumber of alpine moorland
stuffing that 3000m space between into a moorland cushion.
Best time to Visit
The best season of
travel is between October to May . It is rainy and cold
from June to early September. The dry season is January to March.
Hotels and Lodges around Nyeri/Aberdare national park
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