The walk, the hills, the breeze, the forest sounds, the sky, like a treasure found and voluntarily, surrendered.
- The forest was recently included as an extension of the Mount Kenya UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ngare Ndare forest hosts 200 year-old trees, giving a home to a variety of bird and animal species.
- The town was what a village becomes with no prior planning. Every building was different from the other, borrowing here and there from the architecture of another era.
- In the Ngare Ndare river, swimming and diving is allowed; for those willing to brave the chilly waters. The visitors can take guided forest walks, mountain biking and camping.
- The daily fee in the forest is Sh 500. There is an additional Sh 1,000 for camping and a further Sh1000 for armed security.
Ngare Ndare means goat waters in the Maa language.