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The hike was amazing and gorgeous but I did not like the guards who were forcing us to take a guide with them. (Just because I had foreign guests.) Do not accept their fake threats. There is nowhere that is written that it is a...More
Ngong hills is 30mins from city and has fabulous views of rift valley. Great place to find some peace and tranquility. Picnics recommended, could get windy. Recommend the right side with rift valley view. Great for climbers too.
The hike to ngong hills was great, when at the hill tops ,one is able to view Nairobi and its environment and the surrounding kajiado county. It's at the foot of ngong hills that Denis 'Karen's ' husband tomb is. The hiking activity is full...More
Ngong Hills was a last minute addition to our list of places to visit in Nairobi, coming after Elephant orphanage and Giraffe Center. Having been we all agreed that while the scenery is good, there is little else that would attract us back here and...More
Ngong Hills comes into mind when one thinks of a one-day hike on a weekend or a holiday. Located Southwest of Nairobi, this is an ideal location for a hike-whether it's for a couple, friends, a group, gym members, team building- it just comes in...More
During our staying in Kenya, we visited that place two times. Just imagine: unlimited space of Great Rift Valley, green hills with african trees and huge windmills...Wind that makes clear everything in your mind, fresh pure air... Very nice shelter near Nairobi. How to get...More
There is cool climate, and free circulation of atmospheric air, the place is so fantastic. A great place for hiking, picnic and doing exercise for the fitness chasers. Love the topography of the place.
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Hi,just ask to go to ngong town.look for Barclay's bank.then from there there are two roads one heading to kiserian the other road leads to kibiko area.actually about 100metres from Barclay's bank turn left go through the... More
Hi,just ask to go to ngong town.look for Barclay's bank.then from there there are two roads one heading to kiserian the other road leads to kibiko area.actually about 100metres from Barclay's bank turn left go through the curve road uphill.its easy you can just ask from there.hope this helps a little bit.