Treetops Hotel in the Aberdares National Reserve
The Aberdares National Park is part of the Aberdares Mountain Range. These mountain ranges and peaks 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. Above the forest is a belt of bamboo, a favourite haunt of the Bongo, a rare and elusive forest antelope. At 10,000 ft. the bamboo gives way to moorland, home to the eland, spotted and melanistic serval cats. Other features are the giant varieties of lobelia, groundsel and heather. Ideal for walking, picnics, camping and trout fishing in the rivers, the moorlands are reminiscent of the European Highlands.
Treetops hotel is a legendary tree hotel sheltered inside the forests of Aberdares National Park, about 180 kms from Nairobi. It has 50 rooms built about 10 meters from the ground with single or twin accommodation
A restaurant and a well stocked bar. Several observation lounges where guest can photograph animals at close range. Night can be spent watching game as they come to lick salt at the water hole nearby