East of the East African Rift Valley, Aberdares National Park stretches over a wide variety of mountain peaks, waterfalls and forests, encompassed with game animals easily spotted across the landscapes. The habitat demonstrates a picturesque destination, with everything you need from a
safari excursion included in one National Park.
Aberdares Majestic Peaks, Moorlands and Falls
Whilst embarking on a safari across Aberdares National Park, expect to see a large number of elephants and the endangered black rhinos. Not only will you encounter these beautiful animals, but you will also come close to leopards, hyenas, baboons, colobus monkeys and hundreds of birdlife.
Take the opportunity to view magnificent waterfalls, dense forests and safari wildlife with one of Cheetah Safari’s most famous destinations.
How to get there
Navigation around the park is all taken care of by our experienced tour guides. However, if you want to get prepared with your safari itinerary, we have provided the essential details on how to locate Aberdares National Park.
Aberdares is 150km from Kenya’s city, Nairobi.
Naivasha is 87km from Nairobi.
The park HQS is 15km from Nyeri town, along the Nyeri to Nyahururu road.
The park is accessible by road from Nyeri and Naro Moru. A road also crosses the park through the lower slopes to the Moorlands and connects with a road from Naivasha.
- By Air and Airstrips
The nearest airstrip is the Mweiga Airstrip along the Nyeri to Nyahururu road, near Sasini Estate Farm.