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You pay at the gate, then you have to pay more to see caves and waterfalls. What is the entrance for then? Poor services, the employees are rude. At the cafe the price was changed after we ordered and we had to pay more than...More
Paradise Lost is a rip-off. Non-residents pay 1000 shillings to go in and you still have to pay 200 shillings to see the cave and waterfall (which I don't know why they say in the plural since there is only one), 200 shillings to ride...More
Good space. Includes water falls, small lake for small wooden boat rides. Horse riding available probably on weekends only. Many visitors opt to have their BBQ’s in the park. Good place to have nice photos. Lacks tarmacked spaces for car parking. Also level of food/snacks...More
The place is awesome with a nice nature trail, old stone caves ,waterfall and a dam where one takes boat rides .
Its an awesome camping site with a DJ entertaining the guests with songs as they enjoy the ambiance.
Had lots of fun as...More
Paradise Lost Kenya is a large park land offering ancient caves, water fall, boating lake, an ostrich farm as well as Pony and Carmel rides. Just 20 minutes to the city of Nairobi, the caves at Paradise Lost Kiambu Road were used as hiding places...More
Paradise Lost is a good place to visit on a lazy Sunday. It is quite near Nairobi, in Kiambu area and around 30 minutes drive. You have to pay a fee to enter. The place is full of greenery, has a lake with row boats,...More
Close proximity 15 minutes from Westlands. peaceful. Waterfall, boating, horse riding available.
But it is a commercialised place. Not like karura forest.
Everything is charged. Entry 300 kes per person, boat riding.. oars not paddle boats.. 200 kes, waterfall mother 200 kes.. list goes on....More
Good trees. , vegetation and walking area. There is a waterfalls , caves and small lake for boating. There are benches for sitting down in a group for a picnic. You can do a barbeque as well. The benches are far from each other so...More
In mid December, a few friends and family decided to go camping in this place for one night. We decided to show up a little early in the afternoon so we can barbecue before setting up the tents. They provided the tents for a decent...More
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You can bring your own food. No issue. Infact people bring their raw ingredients and cook there. Bring a stove or a bar bq grill and enjoy a picnic. Place is very simple and straightforward. Good to relax and do some... More
You can bring your own food. No issue. Infact people bring their raw ingredients and cook there. Bring a stove or a bar bq grill and enjoy a picnic. Place is very simple and straightforward. Good to relax and do some activity.