Nairobi’s Ziplining Experience
Searching for an escape from Nairobi’s city lifestyle? Why not try ziplining? It’s one of the unique things to do in the area and makes for an exciting weekend activity.
Kenya has several zip line locations, with some of the best ones located in Nairobi and others spread throughout the country. Wherever you go, be sure to prioritize safety and listen to your guide, even if you’re feeling nervous. And don’t forget to attach your camera to your clothing for an unforgettable experience.
As zip-lining gains popularity, make sure to add it to your bucket list and visit one of the reviewed locations. Remember to savor every moment and not rush through the experience. Safety first, but also have fun!
Exploring the Wildlife and Flora of the Forest Kereita
Kereita forest, located 45 minutes from Nairobi and close to Kimende town, offers a unique nature trail. The trail is a five-hour walk that leads through caves and waterfalls before arriving at the 2.4-kilometer zip line. The zip line is situated 80 meters above the indigenous forest.
The zip line meets international standards and has two different sizes. The location is open from 5.00 AM to 6.00 PM, with charges ranging between 3000ksh to 5000ksh depending on the zip line’s location and other factors. For any inquiries, feel free to email email@example.com.
If you’re looking for an adventure in nature, Kereita forest and its exceptional zip line are well worth a visit. So why not explore the caves and waterfalls before soaring through the trees above the forest?
Ngong Hills: A Scenic Zip-lining Experience Amidst Rolling Landscapes
Ngong hills provide a range of activities beyond hiking. Kompass, a two-year-old eatery and drink joint, has enhanced the overall experience at the hills. Besides eating, Kompass offers other activities such as archery and paintball, as indicated in the attached table.
To get to Ngong hills, one pays an entry fee of 200 per person. This is for zip lining, wear comfortable clothes like sweatpants, a T-shirt, and sneakers. The one-kilometer one-way zip lining costs 1000ksh, which is reasonably priced.
In summary, Ngong hills are not just for hiking. Kompass, an eatery in the hills, offers other activities such as archery and paintball. Additionally, there is zip lining, which costs 1000ksh for a one-kilometer one-way zip line.
The enchanting forest is located deep in the heart of the mountains, making it a serene escape from the chaos of the city.
At the restaurant, you can enjoy a good meal or drink at a reasonable price.
Machakos Zip: An Unmissable Zipline Adventure in the Heart of Kenya
Machakos People’s Park boasts one of the best zip-lining experiences in Kenya. The cables are suspended 30 feet above the ground, providing a perfect view of the park and its surroundings. The park is just an hour’s drive from Nairobi, offering an opportunity to view several attractions along the way.
For khs. 500, you can enjoy a round of zip lining, with free entry into the park. The park has several picnic activities, including games, toys, and more. This makes it an excellent destination to bring your kids for a fun-filled day.
In summary, Machakos People’s Park provides an excellent opportunity for zip lining with two lines measuring 200 and 300 meters. The park’s free entry and additional picnic activities make it an ideal destination for a fun day out with family and friends.
Rapids Camp Sagana: Kenya’s Ultimate Destination for Zipline Enthusiasts and Adventure Seekers
Sagana, home to the Tana River, is a popular destination in Kenya. Located 114 km from Nairobi, it offers an opportunity to experience the best of Kenya’s nature. The Sagana signpost is easily noticeable while driving from Nairobi toward Nyeri.
Rapids Camp Sagana offers a thrilling 250m-long zip line with breathtaking views. Flying at high speed over the Tana River for 120 meters is an exhilarating adrenaline experience. Additionally, Sagana has other activities such as bungee jumping, kayaking, and water rafting, providing an opportunity for a fun-filled day.
The zipline in Sagana is an exhilarating experience that you should not miss.
To enjoy zip lining and other activities, pay 4500 for location entry. Sagana’s additional activities, coupled with its natural beauty, make it a must-visit destination for adventure seekers.
The entrance fee to camp is affordable, at only Ksh. 500 per person.
Kilifi’s Aerial Wonders: Experience Coastal Kenya from Above with Exciting Zipline Tours
Zip lining is becoming increasingly popular in coastal Kenya, with Kilifi being among the first towns to offer this adrenaline-fueled activity. The locals are enjoying the experience for the first time, making it a unique adventure.
Bofa Hotel, located at the center of Kilifi town, offers an opportunity to experience the coastal nature after zip lining. Take a leisurely walk back to the hotel, enjoying the scenic beauty of the town.
The zip lining charges at Bofa Hotel are 1500ksh, and you can also enjoy other activities such as swimming at the beach, which is less than a kilometer away. Make sure you tick the zip lining off your bucket list on your next visit to Kilifi and experience the thrill of this coastal adventure.
Paradise Lost: Explore Kiambu’s Hidden Gem for an Unforgettable Zip-lining Journey
Paradise lost is widely known for several fun activities. Recently, the location added zip lining to the list of activities that you can enjoy during your visit.
It is a pretty new place that I haven’t visited but according to their website, they charge 1200 per two lines of zip lining.
Potential Risks to Consider
Dam Redhill has been a popular zip-lining location in Kenya. However, due to recent safety issues, it is no longer a preferred destination. We will keep an ear out and let you know when it becomes safe again.
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