ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK
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Aberdare National Park
Located about 160 km from Nairobi, the Aberdare National Park is part of the Aberdare Mountain Range, a fascinating region and one of the most unspoiled forest parks in Kenya. It is home to scenic beauty and walking safaris. Unlike the rolling savannahs and thorn tree country of lowland Kenya the Aberdare are a world apart. A sky-high paradise in the clouds, whose dense hagenia forests and deep ravines provide a refuge for all kind of animals including some seldom seen elsewhere. Meet the elusive bongo. The Ark and Tree Top hotels are unique.
Safaris and Game Viewing in Aberdare
Safaris and game vieiwng in the Aberdares National Park brings us back to the olden days when Kenya was still a British colony. As history has it, the region is especially remembered as the place where Princess Elizabeth was staying at the Treetops Lodge when her father died in 1952 thus making her the queen of England. That apart, the region is home to the big five, offers beautiful scenery, cool and serene atmosphere giving rise to stress-free safari experience. Night game viewing is excellent at Treetops and the Ark lodges.