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Review of Paradise lost

Paradise lost
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$320.00*
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Full Paradise Lost Recreational Day
Ranked #38 of 86 things to do in Nairobi
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Reviewed December 8, 2014

the first time i went there i was pleased with what i saw,its not far from nairobi, its the place to visit for nature lovers, i have been there severally with family and friends,its worth the visit,and it makes for a great weekend getaway

Thank violet m
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Reviewed November 18, 2014

Great place if you love being out in the nature...and a Plus+ since they allow you to come in with your dogs..Weekdays are the best days since it is rarely crowded.
The caves are one of the good places to visit while here.Ideal for families who have energetic children due to the free and secure area the kids can run up and down, Also great time to bond with your dogs as they enjoy the lush area..
Entrance fee is fair.If you love a good walk, then a walk from the main road to the main entrance is something to do.

Thank Kennie M
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Reviewed November 12, 2014

Do you recall those childhood fantasies of exploring the world like the Spaniards of yore or even living in the wild like Tarzan? With it's tropical forest that is still virgin and the caves, Paradise Lost will definitely make your childhood dreams valid!

Thank juanmuriango
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Reviewed November 6, 2014

This picnic site is so lovely, with nature walk in very fascinating cave behind a waterfall,sort of tunnel almost similar to Sof Omar caves in Ethiopia. Boating, horse-riding, camels, ostriches e.t.c. I recommend this place for Nature lovers

2  Thank africkeniasafaris
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Reviewed October 23, 2014

Nice if you love nature (I am not a great fan cos of creepy crawlies) but it is very nice. Horse-riding, boat rides, explore the caves (yes they do have some of those but I didnt go in); great picnic sites and you can play football and other games as well. When it rains, not good, so dont even bother to go cos of the roads leading to the place and also the site is all mashy then. However, it is really a place to relax if you like that kinda thing. Gate fees apply per person except students (not university students though). Nice.

2  Thank olutayob
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