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“Oloolua (forest) Nature Trail”

Oloolua Nature Trail
Reviewed 11 July 2014

This is well hidden treasure for outdoor lovers! I have enjoyed the cool breeze home to the institute of primate research, so a seeing a monkey or two is not uncommon, the birds and most of all the waterfall :). Good for a picnic or a time to cool off. Give it a go, you'll be back soon :)

Thank Sammgoodie
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

This is a poor hike. There is no reason to pay money. Maybe if you live in Nairobi and want to get out of town. But a tourist should not bother with this place.
With all the money they take in they should fix the signs and give some direction about the path.
Total waste of time and money.

4  Thank HnLA
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

Nice morning out with the dog. Natural forest trails. You won't see large mammals on this hike, but lots of birds and butterflies. Watch out for mushrooms! If you are lucky then some smaller mammals are possible.

Thank Amolo N
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Reviewed 7 March 2014

Lovely trail but you are not provided with a map and it is meant to take 2-3 hours BUT it only took my partner and I 1... I am not sure what we did wrong? We didn't see any wildlife either which was super disappointing...

ALSO, no one we spoke to in Nairobi knew where this place was so drove round us all round the houses before the 100th person our taxi driver asked finally pointed us in the right direction.

Thank lovetolife298
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Reviewed 5 February 2014 via mobile

Great place to have a saturday chill out with ur buddies by the waterfall. Some drinks and some food and its a wrap.

1  Thank Ian K
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