Ngare Ndare Forest -Nanyuki

Ngare ndare forest is an indigenous forest at the foot mouth of mouth Kenya that links lewa wildlife conservancy to Mount Kenya. The forest acts as a home to animals such as buffaloes, elephants, monkeys, birds. This is the only indigenous forest in Kenya with an expanding canopy cover. The canopy walk is about 80fits high aerial bridge made of wire mesh and cables meandering through the indigenous trees and extending 450meters long.
The canopy ends at a wooden platform that is about 30fits high where you can relax and enjoy a view of the river from this elevated point. Ngare ndare river originates from a spring in the forest and it creates pools and waterfalls of different size. This water is of great use to the wildlife and the surrounding community. Swimming and diving in the pools is allowed.
Campsites are available in the forest and trained rangers and watchmen are provided for security purposes. Ngare ndare forest is a tourist destination with fun activities to carry out. The activities are swimming, hiking, biking, camping, wildlife viewing, bird watching and walking.