This is a great environment for bike riding, jogging, walking, well conserved nature. The trees are natural, with caves and streams in the forests.
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About Karura Forest
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We visited the park as part of group with kids and thought it was a bit pricey (some $10AUD per person as Kenyan visitors) to enter inside for a bushwalk! The park itself was nice, not as well-kept as parks overseas however, with plenty of...More
I chose to bike inside the Karura. It was the first time and I can say that the experience was amazing. The atmosphere is beautiful and you cannot imagine that the forest is within Nairobi. I got to see a few small animals and birds...More
Excellent ambience ....nature smells all around you!! Get in touch with nature and most of you have a choice of taking a 5km 10k or 15k walk. Can be done solo or with fends and for the animal lovers it's great to have a bond...More
Another amazing place that is natural and untouched in the middle of the city. Nairobi really is special, Karura forest is a gem...please please keep it this way and don't let the city encroach on it. Waterfalls, colobus monkeys, great for hiking, a more gentle...More
AN excellent place for fun events and even a simple walk or outing. Most details on the place are available online making planning easy. Very accessible too.
I joined a group of local birders from Kenya Nature and as a group of about 15 we saw many species of birds, including migrating bee eaters, the stunning golden weavers and narina trogon. We also spotted some colobus monkeys, duikers, and suni with baby,...More