Kenya lies across the equator in east-central Africa, on the coast of the Indian Ocean. It is twice the size of Nevada. Kenya borders Somalia to the east, Ethiopia to the north, Tanzania to the south, Uganda to the west, and Sudan to the northwest.
Has 10 furnished rooms in single, doubles and dorm. Favorable for all people of all walks of life at any age group. People around the area are friendly and social.
Kenya lies across the equator in east-central Africa, on the coast of the Indian Ocean. It is twice the size of Nevada. Kenya borders Somalia to the east, Ethiopia to the north, Tanzania to the south, Uganda to the west, and Sudan to the northwest. In the north, the land is arid; the southwest corner is in the fertile Lake Victoria Basin; and a length of the eastern depression of the Great Rift Valley separates western highlands from those that rise from the lowland
Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park.
A rugged, hump-backed outcrop of ancient rock jutting high above the Athi Plains and hazily visible from Nairobi, Ol Donyo Sabuk is a densely forested mountain known to the local Kikuyu as 'The Mountain of the Buffalo', and to the Maasai as 'The Big Mountain'. Just one road leads to its summit, which offers magnificent 360' panoramas over the Athi River, the pineapple fields of Thika and the snow-capped peaks of both Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya. Within easy reach of Nairobi, the lush vegetation and cool air of this compact and scenic National Park make for an ideal day trip or camping weekend.
The African buffalo.
A very common and much-photographed member of the 'Big Five' safari line-up, the African or Cape buffalo is closely related to the domestic cow and is the only native African cow. Generally docile, buffalo can be extremely dangerous when threatened or surprised and must be regarded with extreme caution, especially lone bulls or cows with calves. Easily identified the buffalo is stocky, black or dark brown, and features distinctive upturned curving horns that broaden at the base and meet over the forehead in a 'boss' shape. Intensely gregarious, buffalo form into herds of between 200 and 2000 animals. Voracious eaters (both grazers and browsers) they spend most of their 15-20 year lifespan consuming fodder to maintain their strength and stamina.
...From the airport by taxi take outring road to join thika road. After passing Ruiru town, toll station is like five minutes drive. It would could cost about 30 dollars. By public means you board No. 33 from the airport to Nairobi town, take no 237 from mainbustation to alight at toll station shopping centre. There is also a train from Nairobi to alight at Ruiru town. It costs about 3 dollars by public means.
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