The Ol-Donyo Sabuk National Park is located about 85km north-east of Nairobi in Machakos County, Eastern Province. The ecosystem constitutes a mountain
which is entirely covered with dense montane forest except for a small area at the top.
Buffalo are the dominant wildlife here. Other wildlife include bushbuck, leopard, olive baboon, Columbus monkey, vervet monkey, sykes monkey,
kirk’s dik-dik, bush pig, common duiker, reedbuck, rock hyrax, bush-baby, tree and ground squirrel, aardvark, porcupine, mongoose, python and monitor lizard.
The park is home to 45 species of birds and the easily spotted ones include; white-browed sparrow weaver, grey- headed sparrow weaver, African pied wagtail, mourning dove, augur buzzard, African hawk eagle, purple-breasted sunbird, yellow-vented bulbul, speckled mousebird, helmeted guinea fowl, black-headed oriole, grey tit, ring-necked dove, bateleur, great sparrow- hawk, bronze sunbird, superb starling and mackinnon grey shrike.
KES3000/USD40 per person
0800 hrs – Pick up from town/residence
0830 hrs – Leave for Oldonyo Sabuk National Park
0930 hrs – Arrive at the park and proceed for a 3-hour hike to Mt. Kilimambogo as you also get to see and learn about the infamous McMillan grave site
1230 hrs – Arrive the peak of Kilimambogo and enjoy the scenery. Take Photos as you enjoy the beautiful sceneries
1300 hrs – Hike down to the gate and proceed to the beautiful Fourteen Falls where picknic lunch will be served
1430 hrs – Relax and have a short break as you network before embarking on your journey back to Nairobi.
Net quote: KES3000/USD40 per person