Aberdares National Park
The Aberdare National Park is part of the
Aberdare Mountain Range, a fascinating region of
Kenya. Aberdares was made famous because it is
unique park that Princess Elizabeth spent the night
in a unique tree hotel and became Queen upon her
This park is noted for mountain ranges and peaks
that soar to around 14,000 ft giving way to deep
V-shaped valleys with streams and rivers cascading
over spectacular waterfalls - this area is a must
for landscape lovers. From its vital catchments area
the Aberdare Rainforest feeds the entire local and
Nairobi water supply.
Game found in the Aberdares National Park include:- Bongo - a rare and
elusive forest antelope, eland, serval cats,
elephant, buffalo, lion, rhino, leopard, baboon,
Black and White Colobus and Sykes monkeys. Rare
sightings have also been made of the Golden cat.
Bird viewing is incredible with over 250 species
recorded including Jackson's Franklin, sparrow hawk,
African goshawk, eagles, sunbirds and plovers.
Safari Camps and Lodges in Aberdare National Park