The perfect location from where to start or end your trek on Mount Kenya. The hostel is located strategically on the softly rolling slopes of Mount Kenya 8 km from Naromoru town and only 7 km to the Naromoru Park Gate.
The Mount Kenya Youth Hostel is a superbly refurbished Old English Style farm house and boasts tranquility and clean accommodation, a large fire place and luxuriant garden. Within our grounds complemented with friendly staff and a splendid view of the mountain!!
The hostel is a very convinient place to stay if you are planing to hike to the Mount Kenya. It´s also an excellent joint where you meet other travelers as you make your travel plans and catch up on the latest travel tit bits.
The hostel is a natural base from which to climb or hike up Mount Kenya. Not only are your assured of competent and professional porters and guides but also a well equipped mountain store together with reliable transport to take you to or from the mountain and our rates for all this are the best in the region! The hostel is in an ideal location for exploring other areas such as the Aberdare ranges, the Northern Kenya Tourist circult and the game rich Laikipia plains. We promise you a unique and memorable stay
Professional and Reliable Porters and Guides
Organised trek to Mt. Kenya or The Aberdares
Bird watching in the nearby Mt. Kenya Natural forest
3 hrs drive from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport taxi costs 7500 ksh
or public transport ksh 400 to Naromoro town then taxi to hostel ksh 1200
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