A hidden gem in Nyeri County!
What a better way to spend part of your Labor Day Holiday than to snooze outdoors, under the stars, surrounded by the tranquility of nature. A getaway from the city to Wajee Park will offer you just that and more.
Wajee Nature Park "HOME OF THE HINDE’S BABBLER" is a bird conservancy and nature park located in Mukuruwe-ini in Central Kenya. It is set amidst the spectacular country between Mt. Kenya and the Aberdares and lies 160 Km north of Nairobi. The camp covers 10 hectares of natural forest and is home to two rare species: the Hinde’s Babbler and the side-striped jackal.
Wajee Nature Park is adorned with an array of flora and fauna which makes it perfect for nature lovers.
Note: The Hinde’s Babbler bird is endemic to Kenya and is listed as threatened due to the encroachment of its lower Mt. Kenya Forest habitat.
Hiking – moderate, with great views and spectacular waterfalls
Nature Walk/Bird watching (Hinde’s Babbler’s Valley)
Visit the traditional Kikuyu village
Evening sundowners by the bonfire
Adults: Ksh 6,400
Kids, 8 – 11 years – Ksh6,100
Mpesa – 0707 222 673
Bank - Cooperative Bank of Kenya
Account Name: OnSight Expeditions Limited
Account No. 01148153725900
Currency: Kenya Shillings
Transport in a tour van
Meals - 1 full board and services of a chef
Tent, a mattress and a sleeping bag
Local guide fee
A tour of the local coffee factory
Guided Nature walk
Personal drinks – beer, wine and bottled water can be purchased at a bar within the park, at fair prices (no variety though)