Treetops Lodge Aberdares

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The Treetops Lodge is located 200km from Nairobi, in the Aberdares National Park. A prime hotel that was opened back in 1932, and became the best choice for the Queen of England to spend her night at, Queen Elizabeth. Treetops Lodge lies in the path of an ancient elephant migratory route between the Aberdare Ranges and Mt Kenya National Park and is strategically positioned in front of a natural watering hole making it a haven for lovers of elephants and buffaloes. Every evening, buffaloes and elephants make for a spectacular view while drinking at the waterhole. 

Treetops Lodge Nyeri has 32 standard rooms and 3 suites which make it one of the best accommodation lodges Nyeri has to offer.  It also has a family room for our guests who would like to spend some time watching television.

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Activities:

  1. Bush Walks around
  2. Game Drives in Aberdares National Park
  3. Bush dinners and Sundowners
  4. Visit to Waterfalls
  5. Hiking to the 3rd highest peak in Kenya. Satima Mountain

amenities :-

  • Rain Shower
  • Fine Teak-wood
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Minibar
  • Hide, to view wildlife
  • International Sockets
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Direct-dial Telephones

location :-

Located in Aberdares National Park

Entry Gate: Nyeri Gate, Kinangop Gate

Best time to visit

All year round, Full of Game

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