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Have you been hiking at Ngare Ndare Forest in the North Rift?

Ngare Ndare is a lush indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya which is a vital corridor that links the Famous Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to Mt. Kenya which elephants have been using for ages. The forest is home to a variety of wildlife and birds. It is the only indigenous forest in Kenya with an expanding canopy walk, and some of the ancient African Olive and Red Cedar trees within it that are thought to be around 200 years old. All the big 5 live here and are frequently seen as they make their way from Lewa Wildlife Conservancy towards the Mount Kenya forest. The drive from Nairobi is around 3-4 hours. You can stay in Laikipia, Nyeri or Nanyuki over night to enjoy more time in the forest. Kenya is one of the 7 African countries which lie on both sides of the equator. The equator line practically cuts through Nanyuki in Laikipia County. You should stop and try the equator marker experiment and understand the Coriolis effect. Ngare Ndare Forest is like an hour’s drive away.  When

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