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Great refreshing outdoors,quite scenic.Perfect for picnics and family day out.However for meals carry your own and escpecially if you got kids.the restaurant in the area isnt reliable....the meals are very wanting.
A must-go-place for anyone staying in Kenya/Nairobi. It is a very challenging hike given its steepness, heat, wind and oftentimes narrow paths, but definitely worth it!! We did the 7 hills (which means you start in one end and finish at the other one) in...More
It's a great place to hike for keeping fit and being at one with nature. It's a safe outdoor activity that you can enjoy with family, friends and business associates. You can carry your snacks as well and have a mini picnic after your hike.Lovely...More
Beautiful views over the rift valley and Nairobi but traffic now very heavy en route and always go in a large group as the area can be unsafe - so take care and be aware of your surroundings - do not take valuables
Ngong hills is one of the places yet to be exploited in Nairobi. It is ideal for hiking and team building. There are no social ammenities though in the entire mountain forcing one to carry provisions or limit visiting hours. The place is in need...More
A great hike where you should bring a blanket and a nice picnic. Quite steep, I wouldn't walk in anything less than hiking shoes, but the young kenyans walk sometimes in ballet shoes..! The view is great, and you can settle for climbing all the...More
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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.