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Ngare Ndare Forest

A lush indigenous forest

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The Ngare Ndare Forest is a lush indigenous forest located in the foothills of Mount Kenya. At the base of waterfalls, azure pools glisten, and 200-year-old trees stretch into the canopy, supporting a diverse range of bird and animal life. The forest is an important corridor that connects the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to Mount Kenya, and elephants have used it for centuries. Farmland on the southern side of the forest became more developed in the 1980s, and farmers encountered elephants on a regular basis. In 1992, the forest was fenced off from southern farmland in an attempt to reduce fatal human/wildlife conflict. Despite this, the Ngare Ndare Forest Trust was not established until 2004, and a concession management agreement with the Kenya Forest Service was not finalized until 2009.

When to Visit:

Best Time: June to March is best for general wildlife viewing and outdoor activities Best Time: June to March is best for general wildlife viewing and outdoor activities
Peak Season: The park is little visited throughout the year Peak Season: The park is little visited throughout the year
Low Season: The park is little visited throughout the year Low Season: The park is little visited throughout the year

Recommended For:

Bird Enthusiasts Bird Enthusiasts
Landscape Landscape
Game drives Game drives
Walking Safari Walking Safari
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