Known as “The Longest and Highest Waterfall in Kenya”, The Karuru Falls located in The Aberdares National Park is a place of many unique wonders of nature.
Set in Central Moorlands, it is home to unique wildlife and vegetation, an enchanting experience. These waterfalls in Nyandarua County, surrounded by indegenous trees, are the highest and tallest in Kenya.
A breathtaking sight that plunges 273 metres below the viewing point making them one of the most Unique falls in the Country. Friendly to First-time Hikers, this short hike is rated moderate.
Diﬁculty Level: Easy – Moderate
Duration: 5 – 6 hours of walking
Kenyan Citizens: Khs. 3,200.00
Residents: Kshs. 3,500.00
Non-Citizens*: US$ 45.00 (exchange rate 105)
Please Note the following fall under the category of Non-Citizens:
– Kenya Visitor Pass Holders
– Business Pass Holders
– Special Pass Holders
The above cost includes:
– Transport to and from location
– Park Entry Fee
– Guide Fee
– Drinking Water
The Cost Excludes:
– Lunch / Snacks
– Extra Water
– Anything not mentioned above
You are advised to carry:
– Sunglasses, Hats, Lotions
– Lunch, Snacks and Extra Drinking Water (2 – 3 lts)
– A Backpack
– Please wear comfortable clothes and Shoes (Hiking Gear Preferable. We can also order your gear for you)
– No Skirts or Sandals
– Always carry a Waterproof Jacket and a Change of Clothes if needed.
Parklands: Shell Petrol Station, Opp. Diamond Plaza at 5.30am
Westlands: Shell Petrol Station, Opp. Safaricom at 5.45am
(Please be on time)
*Pick up times & locations may be subject to change
To reserve your spot, kindly send a KShs. 1,000 per person deposit via our Mpesa Paybill number 100041 with Your Name as the account Number and forward the confirmation message to us on 0728 764 072..
Cancellation Policy: No Refunds made after Registration Closes. Penalties apply.
Registration Deadline: 10th January, 2019