The breathtaking beauty of the Aberdares southern moorlands awaits those who go trekking from Njambini to Kinangop past Elephant Hills.


The Njambini Hills and the Kinangop Peaks are on the southern end of the Aberdares Ranges, and are about 90Kms North of Nairobi.

The Aberdares are the water catchment area feeding two of the largest dams supplying over 95% of Nairobi’s water needs, Ndakaini Dam in Thika, and Sasumua Dan near Njambini town.

The Aberdares slopes are also one of the major bread baskets for vegetables supplied to Nairobi grocers, and possibly the most significant source of the second most important staple food consumed in Nairobi, the Irish Potato.


  • Date:19th-20th November,2016
  • Depature from Nairobi:6.30am
  • Duration:2days,with 1 night camping
  • Difficulty:Moderate-High
  • Trip Facts

    What to carry

    National ID/Passport
    Extra drinking water,snacks,light lunch,medications,light jacket,small back pack(optional:sunglasses,sunscreen,camera,hat).Small Sleeping bag, Head lamp / Flash Light, Hot water bottle,toiletries. Water comfortable shoes and clothing.

    Cost includes:

    Round-trip Transport, park fees, guide fees, drinking water

    Cost Excludes:

    Lunch/snacks, Extra water, tips, items not mentioned.

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