Ngare Ndare Forest is a flourishing indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. Sapphire pools glisten at the bottom of waterfalls and 200 year old trees stretch into the canopy supporting a rich variety of bird and animal life. The forest forms an important corridor for elephants and other wildlife moving from Mt. Kenya forest to Il Ngwesi, Mukogodo and other sections of Kenya’s northern rangelands that includes the Lew Conservancy.
Ngare Ndare is a 5,554.3 hectare indigenous forest that offers an array of outdoor activity such as camping, walking trails, canoeing, rock climbing and a 450-metre steel canopy walkway along a tributary of Ngare Ndare river. The serene forest is a sight to behold and one of Kenya’s upcoming gems.