Kereita Forest situated in the heart of the Aberdare Ranges, in the Kereita Forest, provides affordable wide range of activities that will cater to your spirit of adventure, give you that adrenaline rush while you enjoy the amazing view of the forest. The forest boasts of the longest ziplines in Africa.

Kereita Forest Location

Kereita forest is located just an hour away from Nairobi in Kimende Town that is along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway. If driving, on the Nairobi – Nakuru highway, branch off at Total Petrol Station in Kimende. The directions to Kereita are very well indicated all through from there to the location.

You can choose to stop by the Viewpoint on your way there and witness the magnificent view of the Rift Valley.

If using public transport, you can take a matatu heading to Kijabe at the Globe Roundabout in Nairobi. Alight at Kimende and take a taxi to the forest

Kereita Forest Activities

1. kereita zip lining

This is the main event here and it was going to be my therapy and I could feel thrush of blood starting to rush through my veins as I signed for the indemnity forms just in case. After the signing I proceeded to the demo, this is where you are shown how to do Ziplining.

Just tuck your legs or is it knees up and let loose, listen to the whistling of the zipline as you fly away just like a real pro.

Kereita Ziplining Prices

Please note all the prices are equal for Citizen, Resident and Non-Resident.

  • The Six Line Tour Adult Kes2,800/Usd28
  • The Two-Line Tour Adults Kes1800/Usd18
  • Children under 1meter 40Centimeters Kes600/Usd6

Each has different Timing so book in advance and preferred time of arrival

2. Paint Ball At The Kereita Forest Kenya.

If you are not able to do Ziplining for the obvious reasons, you still have something exhilarating at The          Kereita Forest Kenya.

The Ball Painting Charges

  • Adult: Kes1750/Usd17.5 Child:Kes1600/Usd16. 100 Paintballs, Additional 50 paintballs at Kes500/Usd5.

3. Mountain Biking At The Kereita Forest Kenya

If you are a bike Lover who likes riding in rough terrain. This needs you to have the strength of bike handling, balancing and resilience.

Mountain Bike Charges

  • Time:  Adult: 1Hour Kes1,000/Usd10 Child 800/Usd8
  • 2Hour Kes1,200/Usd12  Child Kes1,000/Usd10
  • 4Hours Kes2,000/Usd20   Child Kes1,700/Usd17

4. Archery At Kereita Forest Kenya.

This was another one, how can I miss the bull’s eye? I did not believe my eyes when I missed it the first          time.

I took my second shot. Back in my village, Manza B. I was the star kid, our eye bull used to be a                      banana trunk or Cactus stem and I never used to miss it.

The Archery Charges

  • Adult: Kes1,200/Usd12 Child:Kes1,100/Usd11

5. Camping At The Kereita Forest Kenya

The Camping is safe, you will have a guard, bonfire and you can order food from their restaurant                   avoiding the hassle to cook.


  • Camping Fee Adults Kes1,000/10 Child Kes500/5.
  • Guard for the Night Kes1,000/Usd 10.
  • Guard for the Day Kes600/Usd6.

6. Footgolf

No Soccer or Golf Skills needed, Go play the game and have fun in the forest with your friends.

Foot Golf Charges

  • Adult:1 Hour Kes1,000/Usd10 Child:Kes1,100/Usd8
  • Adult: 2 Hour Kes1,600/Usd16 Child:Kes1,100/Usd12

7. Horse Riding At The Kereita Forest Kenya

Ride a Horse at the lush green grass in and out of the forest in a different but incredibly thrilling way.

The Horse Riding Charges

  • Time:  Adult: 30Mins Kes1,800/usd18 Child 1,300/Usd13
  • 1Hour Kes2,200  Child Kes1,700
  • 4Hours Kes5,000   Child Kes4,000

Dress Code

  • Sweat pants or cargo pants(No Sandals, Shorts nor Skirts)
  • Hiking Shoes with good grip.
  • Hat in case of the hot sun.
  • Warm Clothing in case of change of weather.
  • Rain gears & always carry an extra T-shirt.

Kereita Forest Kenya Contacts

Location: Kimende, Kiambu County

Postal Address:

Phone Number: 0711 112233

Website: www.theforest.co.ke



The Karen Hospital is a private multi-specialty hospital in Kenya. It is located on Lang’ata Road in Nairobi. They offer top quality medical treatment at affordable prices. Additionally they  have the latest medical facilities and equipment. The  hospital is recognized as one of the most diverse private hospitals in Kenya.

Furthermore they workforce is made up of various specialists who are the best in their respective fields.  Diverse group of clients from across Africa seals our authority as the go-to resource for health issues in Africa. They’re here for you. they  offer a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosing and treating our patients to achieve the best clinical outcomes.

They understand that every patient is different and has unique needs, so we tailor services to each individual. Since their inception in 2006, they have grown over the years with a significant increase in our medical specialties, medical technology and well-trained staff. ; these make Karen Hospital a one stop solution for all your medical needs.

The Karen Hospital/image
The Karen Hospital/image


  • Wellness Programme
  • Day Surgery
  • Wound Care
  • Dental Services
  • Imaging Services
  • Cardiac Services
  • General Surgery
  • Orthopaedic and Spine
  • Gastroenterology
  • ENT
  • Paediatric
  • Urology and Renal Care
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
  • Surgical Oncology
  • Package Services

The Karen Hospital Branches

1. Karatina Branch

Location: Market Street, Karatina Town

Contact: +254 731 665 655

2. Meru Branch 

Location: Njuri Ncheke Street, Meru Town

Contact: +254 707 929 011

3. Nakuru Branch

Location: Tower One, Moi Road next to Central Post Office, Ground Floor, Nakuru

Contact: +254 723 812 701

4. Cardinal Otunga Branch (Nairobi CBD) Branch 

Location: Cardinal Otunga Plaza, Nairobi CBD

Contact: +254 707 672 111

5. Nyeri Branch 

Location: Caledonia House, Kenyatta Avenue, Nyeri Town

Contact: +254 727 547 214

6. Rongai Branch 

Location: Geomark Plaza Opposite Nafrom, Rongai

Contact: +254 773 263 633

7. Thika Branch

Location: Maisha Heights, Ground Floor, Thika Town

Contact: +254 719 771 433

8. Ngong Branch 

Location: Along Ngong Kiserian Road, Adjacent to AFC Kenya

Contact: +254 719 471 050

9. Main Branch  – The Karen Hospital 

Location: Langata Road-Karen, Nairobi

Contact: +254 726 222 001/2/3

10.  Naivasha Branch 

Location: Luxor Plaza, Biashara Road, Naivasha Town

Contact: +254 724 412 107

The Karen Hospital Address

  • Location:   Nairobi County
  • Physical Address:  P.O. Box 74240-00200 Langata Road-Karen
  • Email:info@karenhospital.org
  • Phone:+254-20-6613000
  • Website:


M.P. Shah Hospital is a private healthcare facility located in Nairobi, Kenya. They founded the hospital in 1930 and it has since grown to become one of the leading healthcare providers in East Africa. The hospital offers a wide range of medical services, including general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, cardiology, neurology, and oncology.

Shah Hospital’s highly qualified and experienced team of doctors, nurses, and support staff is dedicated to providing quality healthcare services to their patients. The hospital boasts state-of-the-art facilities and advanced medical technology, including a modern radiology department, a fully equipped ICU, and a comprehensive laboratory.

In addition the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board accredits Shah Hospital, and it has recognized the hospital for its commitment to patient safety and quality care. The hospital actively participates in community outreach programs and offers education and training to healthcare professionals in the region.


If you are new to MP Shah Nairobi hospital, an easy MP Shah directions or location is at Shivachi Road in Parklands area, Nairobi, Kenya.

M.P. Shah hospital Admission Wards

Nurses, doctors, health counselors, physiotherapists, and healthcare assistants will serve you in various ways, including changing.

  • Assess and treat your medical condition throughout your stay.
  • Coordinate your hospital care including diagnostic tests such as X-rays. Blood tests and other procedures.
  • Arrange specialty care including therapy or consults with other specialists.
  • Transition your medical care back to outpatient after discharge.

We will work to stabilize your condition or help you reach your rehabilitation potential so that you are ready to go home or to another setting for additional care.


  1. Admission: Patients may be admitted to the hospital for a variety of reasons, such as surgery, childbirth, or acute illness. The hospital has a dedicated admissions department where patients can complete the necessary paperwork and receive assistance with the admission process.
  2. Consultation: Patients are typically required to schedule an appointment with a doctor or specialist before receiving medical treatment. In addition during the consultation, the doctor will evaluate the patient’s condition and provide recommendations for further testing or treatment.
  3. Diagnostic testing: M.P. Shah Hospital has a range of diagnostic facilities, including a laboratory, imaging center, and endoscopy suite. Patients may be required to undergo blood tests, X-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans, or other diagnostic procedures to help diagnose their condition.
  4. Surgery: The hospital has a fully equipped operating theater and experienced surgeons who perform a range of surgical procedures. Including general surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, and gynecological surgery.
  5. Rehabilitation: After surgery or serious illness, patients may require rehabilitation services to help them recover. M.P. Shah Hospital has a rehabilitation department where patients can receive physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.
  6. Discharge: When a patient is ready to leave the hospital, they will be discharged by a doctor or nurse. Patients will be given instructions for any necessary follow-up care or medication. As well as information about any potential side effects or complications to watch out for.

Overall, M.P. Shah Hospital aims to provide high-quality medical care to its patients in a safe and comfortable environment. Patients can expect to receive personalized care from experienced medical professionals at every stage of their treatment.

About Us

The Nairobi Hospital is a non-profit organization that is leading in medical expertise and service provision, with deservedly earned recognition throughout East Africa and beyond as an advanced diagnostic, treatment and referral centre. Investment in the latest technology and medical equipment has seen us establish leadership in medical procedures both in Kenya and beyond.

We take pride in our highly qualified professionals who deliver our mission every day, translating their knowledge and expertise to internationally compliant practices in healthcare provision.

Courtesy, consideration and unreserved respect towards our patients’ privacy, dignity and confidentiality have helped us earn their trust and goodwill time and again.

Our dedicated nursing staff provides professional care within a friendly and comfortable environment, ensuring a pleasant and anxiety-free time in hospital for our patients and their families.

Hospital Main Entrance/image
Hospital Main Entrance/image


It is located on Argwings Kodhek Road, Upper Hill, Nairobi. The hospital is approximately 4.5 kilometers (3 miles) west of the Kenyatta International Conference Center. The coordinates of the hospital are 01°17’46.

0″S, 36°48’17.0″E (Latitude:-1.296115; Longitude:36.804718).

The Nairobi Hospital Kenya Branches

  1. Chandaria accident and emergency centre.
  2. Galleria outpatient center.
  3. Gigiri out-patient centre.
  4. Capital out-patient centre.
  5. Rosslyn Riviera out- patient center.


  • Clinical Services.
  • Pharmacy Services.
  • Laboratory Services.
  • Endoscopy Services.
  • Accident & Emergency Services.
  • Physical Medicine  Centre (PMC).
  • Psychosocial Department.
  • Ambulance Services.
  • Dental Procedures.
  • Anderson Specialty Clinic.
  • Gynecology.
  • Antenatal Clinic.

Theatre Services/image
The Nairobi Hospital theatre Services/image

Other Services

  • Laundry Services.
  • Convention Centre.
  • International Desk.


The Aga Khan University Hospital offers the following medical services at Capital Centre: General Medical Clinic, Laboratory services, Pediatrics Clinics on Fridays, Nutrition clinics on Tuesdays, Gynecology clinics on Thursdays and Pharmacy.

The vision of the Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi (AKUH) is to be the premier, tertiary, teaching and referral medical services in sub-Saharan Africa. For over fifty years, it has been taking care of families in East Africa. As a private, not-for-profit hospital, it strives to provide access to quality health care to all who need it.

At AKUH, patients are the first priority. A team of medical professionals, faculty and staff are here to provide you and your loved ones with the highest standards of medical services. AKUH Nairobi is committed to working together to ensure that you and your family receive outstanding health care, first-rate facilities and compassionate care.

The Aga Khan University hospital/image
The Aga Khan University hospital/image

Consultation fee

The Aga Khan University  Hospital has introduced a premium outpatient facility where patients will pay Sh6,000 to see a consultant doctor.

The Aga Khan University Hospital Branches

Aga Khan Hospital Nairobi Branches Location Aga Khan Hospital, Nairobi  Email Address  
Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, Parklands 3rd Parklands Avenue Limuru Road Email: aknh@akhskenya.org
Aga Khan Hospital Donholm Savannah Road Green Span Mall, 1st Floor Email: donholm.clinic@aku.edu
Aga Khan Medical Centre  Buru Buru Mumias South Road Kenya National Library Services Complex, Nairobi Email: buruburu.clinic@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Eastleigh Yare Business Centre, General Wruinge Street, Nairobi  Email:eastleigh.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Embakasi Outering Road Pipeline, Nairobi  Email:embakasi.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Tmall Langata Road T-Mall, 1st Floor Email: tmall.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Capital Center Mombasa Road Capital Centre, 1st Floor Email: capital.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Safaricom JCC Mombasa Road Sarin Park, Mombasa Road  Email:safaricomjcc.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Ngong Road Ngong-Kiserian Road Hiwi Court Building, 1st Floor Email: ngong.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Reinsurance Plaza Taifa Road Reinsurance Plaza, 1st Floor Email: reinplaza.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Muthithi Road Muthithi Road, Chiromo Lana Muthithi Email: muthithi.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Town Mama Ngina Street Jubilee Exchange Building 6th Floor Email: jubilee.clinic@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Ridgways Kiambu Road Milestone Business Centre, 1st Floor Email: ridgeways.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Prestige Plaza Ngong Road Prestige Plaza, 2nd Floor Email: prestige.clinic@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital  Komarock Kangundo Road Komarock Mall, Komarock Estate Phase 5B Email: komarock.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Thika Road Akai Plaza, 1st Floor, Next to Mountain Mall, Thika Road Email: khikaroad.reception@aku.edu
AgaKhan Hospital Valley Arcade Gitanga Road Valley Arcade Shopping Center, 1st Floor Email: valley.reception@aku.edu
Aga Khan Hospital Park place 2nd Parklands Avenuer Park Park Place Email: parkplace.reception@aku.edu


The Kenyatta National Hospital is the oldest hospital in Kenya. It is a tertiary public reference hospital of the  Ministry of Health It is also the teaching hospital of the University of Nairobi College of Health Sciences. It is the second largest hospital in the country and also in East Africa.


The hospital is located in the area to the immediate west of Upper Hill in Nairobi, the capital and largest city of Kenya. Its location is about 3.5 kilometers (2 m) west of the city’s central business district. The hospital complex measures 45.7 acres (18.5 ha)

KNH Entrance/image
KNH Entrance/image

Visting Hours

Visting Hours
  • Afternoon
    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
  • Evening
    4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Visting Hours (Weekend)
  • Afternoon
    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
  • Evening
    4:30 PM – 5:30 PM


The Kenyatta National Hospital has 50 wards, 22 out-patient clinics, 24 theaters (16 specialized) and Accident & Emergency Department with over 6000 staff members. Out of the total bed capacity of 1800, 209 beds are for the Private Wing.

ward department/image
ward department/image

The Kenyatta National Referral Hospital Services

  • Major and minor surgeries.
  • Neurology.
  • Rheumatology.
  • Urology.
  • Hematology.
  • Gastrology.
  • Orthopaedic.
  • Paediatric.
  • Physiotherapy.
  • Oncology.
  • Family planning.
  • ENT.
  • Cancer treatment.
  • Dentistry.
  • Dermatology.
  • Ophthalmology.

Stanley Hotel, Nairobi

The Stanley Hotel is a historic five-star hotel located in Nairobi, Kenya. It was founded in 1902 by English businessman Frederick John Jackson and named after Lord Stanley, who was then the British Secretary of State for the Colonies.

The hotel is known for its luxurious accommodations, colonial architecture, and rich history. Over the years, it has played host to many famous guests, including Ernest Hemingway, Winston Churchill, and Jomo Kenyatta, the first President of Kenya.

The Stanley Hotel has undergone several renovations and expansions throughout its history. Today, it features 217 guest rooms and suites, several restaurants and bars, a fitness center, a swimming pool, and a spa. The hotel is also home to several conference and event spaces, making it a popular choice for business travelers and events.

The hotel is located in the heart of Nairobi’s central business district, making it a convenient location for visitors who want to explore the city’s attractions. Some popular nearby attractions include the Nairobi National Museum, the Nairobi National Park, and the Giraffe Centre.

Wedding and Events

The Stanley gives numerous inside and out door places for our crew to paintings with you to create your dream wedding, infant shower, fashionable cocktail, ceremonial dinner or company gala dinner.


Room options at Sarova Stanley include:

  • Twin/Double
  • Suite
  • Twin


Sarova Stanley has 3 restaurants:

  • Thai Chi Restaurant
  • Thorn Tree Cafe
  • Pool Deck Restaurant.

One of the restaurants

Health Club

  • The club is located on the 5th floor next to the pool.
  • Separate male and female change rooms, sauna and steam rooms.
  • Therapeutic Massage, plus pedicure and manicure services.
  • Spin, step, yoga and aerobics as well as Chakacha African belly dancing classes.
  • Certified fitness instructor on duty.


Address: The Stanley Hotel Kimathi Street, CBD Nairobi, Kenya.

Phone: +254 20 2757000 +254 709 111000




The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is located at the entrance of Nairobi National Park, with more than 200,000 visitors each year. Established in 1964. it serves as a treatment and rehabilitation center for wild animals, lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards, birds, buffalo, monkeys, and baboons.

Where is Animal Orphanage located in Nairobi?

The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is located in the Nairobi National Park at the entrance, next to Kenya Wildlife Service Headquarters on Langata Road.
The Nairobi Animal Orphanage Fees
​​ Adult ​​ Child/Student
​​ SANCTUARIES ​​ Nairobi Animal Orphanage/Kisumu Impala/Nairobi Safari Walk Fees
​​ Citizens/ Residents ​​ Ksh 200 ​​ Ksh 100
​​ Non Residents ​​ $20 ​​ $10
The Nairobi Orphanage Fees
Read also: Why Visit Kenya
The Nairobi Animal Orphanage Rules
  • Respect the privacy of the wildlife, this is their habitat.
  • Beware of the animals, they are wild and can be unpredictable.
  • Don’t crowd the animals or make sudden noises or movements.
  • The Nairobi Animal Orphanage, feeding Giraffe

  • Don’t feed the animals, it upsets their diet and leads to human dependence.
  • Keep quiet, noise disturbs the wildlife and may antagonize your fellow visitors.
  • When viewing wildlife keeps to a minimum distance of 20 meters.
  • Leave no litter and never leave fires unattended or discard burning objects.
  • Stay over or leave before dusk, visitors must vacate between 6.00 p.m. – 6.00 a.m.

Adopting a lion in Kenya

Children adopt an animal at $15 while adults do so at $ 35. For every $10 paid in the adoption. The Wildlife Conservation and Management Act, 2013 allows Kenyans who meet the criteria set out in the law to possess wild animals. However, it is illegal to be in possession of a wild animal that has been declared an endangered or threatened species, according to Section 92 of the Kenya Wildlife Act 2013

Read Also: Kakamega National Park 

Animals found in Nairobi Animal Orphanage

The Orphanage hosts lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards, various monkeys, baboons, and buffalo. Various birds can also be viewed including parrots, guinea fowls, crowned cranes, and ostriches

The Nairobi orphanage host Lion cub, they are fed by caretakers

Animal Orphanage Nairobi opening hours

Opened every day of the week from 8 am to 5 pm

Nairobi Animal Orphanage Contacts

Phone: 020 2379407

Email: education@kws.go.ke


Why you should visit Kenya

Kenya is one of the world’s magnificent wildlife destinations. Its premises, reserves, and private sustentations are home to some of the loftiest and most different populations of wildlife on the earth. Traveling across vast geographies bathed in the soft morning light, your African dreams unfold before your eyes.

What’s so special about Kenya?

Kenya is known for being the world’s stylish safari destination, with 50 grand public premises and reserves home to different wildlife, including the Big Five – Elephants, leopards, Lions, rhinos, and buffalo.

Is Kenya an excellent country to travel to?

Kenya is a great country to visit. Whether you want to go on a Safari or visit some beautiful white flaxen strands, Kenya is a great destination to visit. Each time, Kenya is visited by over 1.5 million tourists and the developed tourism structure allows for a great time to be had on a visit to Kenya.

What makes Kenya a beautiful country?

A country of great diversity, both physically and culturally, Kenya is one of Africa’s most popular destinations for veritably good reason. With joyful Indian Ocean strands, scraggy mountains, lush timbers, and wildlife-rich areas, there are endless beautiful places to visit in Kenya.

What do you need to know about Kenya?

  • NAME Republic of Kenya( English) or Jamhuri ya Kenya( Swahili)
  • CAPITAL Nairobi.
  • POPULATION. 50.4 Million
  • Functionary LANGUAGES Swahili, English.
  • Currency Kenyan shilling.
  • AREA,081 square long hauls(,367 square kilometers)

What do you like utmost about Kenya?

Kenya, with its different wildlife territories, its great rift valley, and lakes. Its fat raspberry life, and rich culture and crafts, is one of Africa’s most successful conservation communities.

Is Kenya rich or poor?

Kenya is a lower-middle-income frugality. Although Kenya’s frugality is the largest and most developed in eastern and central Africa,16.1(2023/2024) of its population lives below the transnational poverty line. This severe poverty is substantially caused by profitable inequality, government corruption, and health problems.

How do you say hello in Kenya?

The most common greeting among those who speak Swahili is’ Hujambo'(‘ Hello’) or the more colloquial greeting of’ Jambo’. Both felicitations can be responded to with the expression’ sijambo’, which means I’m well. Other common felicitations in contemporary Kenya include’ sasa’ or’ Mambo’

What is the best time to visit Kenya?

One of the best times to visit Kenya is from July to September, during the country’s dry season, which also coincides with the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. The stormy seasons are also good times to travel, as there are smaller callers and you can respect the striking emerald foliage.

What’s Kenya known for?

Kenya holds the title of the world’s best safari destination, with its 50 grand public premises and reserves providing a home to diverse wildlife. Including the Big Five – Elephants, leopards, Lions, rhinos, and buffalo

Should you visit Kenya?

The short answer is yes, Kenya is worth visiting. To epitomize, it’s a leading safari destination with the Great Wildebeest Migration and the Big Five being. Secondly, Kenya has some of the world’s most beautiful strands similar to the multi-award-winning Diani Beach

Where to visit in Kenya?

The Masai Mara is where to go in Kenya for the dramatic wildebeest migration. Fluently accessible classic big game destinations similar to Amboseli and Tsavo, as well as the recently opened-up Laikipia Plateau region, offer active travelers a plethora of opportunities to experience the magnificent wildlife of Kenya. And after the drama of a Kenya safari, what could be better than many lazy days on a white- beach sand. Kenya’s tropical seacoast offers everything from buzzing resorts to exclusive islet nests making the country ideal for safari and sand recesses.