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Certainly a place to get your dose of exercise but very relaxing at the same time. Amazing views over the Rift Valley and Nairobi. A nice restaurant with good food, though give yourself plenty of time to wait for it! LOL. Also a nice zip...More
Visited the Ngong Hills,lemme just begin by saying the climb gives you a chance to appreciate how hiking is fun.On top,your blessed with a 350° view of the Great Rift Valley.Not to mention the cold fresh breeze and wind allowing those of you who love...More
I was there with a large group for a mission trip. The staff at Ngong Hills was very attentive. They went out of their way to make sure all our needs were met the 10 days we were there. If we called the front desk...More
The famous Ngong Hills comes from the Maasai Language - Ngong means Knuckles - When you make a fist and look at your knuckels, that's what the seven hills look like.
Ngong Hills is famous for its windmills, spectacular views of Nairobi city and the...More
Google maps took us on the wrong road where a uniformed ranger with no id wanted payment by e.g. mpesa but had no receipt book. We turned round and headed back to Ngong town before trying a different road past the police station.
It’s a nice hike to do with kids as young as 3 !!
Depends on how many hills you climb
Some do the whole trek that’s seven hills and back
You can just do one or two with hills and climb back
Must do for...More
So, after a lot of researching I figured that Uber is not the most ideal way to go there, especially if you intend on returning using a different Uber - highly difficult to get one back. I got chatting with an uber driver a... More
So, after a lot of researching I figured that Uber is not the most ideal way to go there, especially if you intend on returning using a different Uber - highly difficult to get one back. I got chatting with an uber driver a couple of days earlier during one of my trips. A young guy, very friendly and well learned. He agreed to take us to Ngong and bring back including waiting there for 2-3 hrs (or however long it takes). He charged us the exact Uber fare for up and down and for waiting he charged ~300 shilling per hour which I believe was extremely reasonable.
The driver's name is Duncan and he knows the place really well. You can call him on +254 728 066 527 / +254 735 568 839.
Ngong is a good trek and you can choose to do either the full or part of it. This driver can help you with doing what you'd like to. Either drive you up all the way to the windmills and then let you trek or drop off and wait at the base (entry).