Eyes on Lush Tigoni

Photo Credits- Voste and Mash Clicks

I recently went on a 5 hour hike organised by Let’s Drift. It was a relatively easy hike, perfect for beginners. We passed through beautiful changes of scenery, through tea farms and man made lakes. Enjoy these photos of Tigoni.

Tigoni Photo Diary

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Hike to Tigoni, Limuru
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Tigoni is the perfect place for a day trip or a drive through. The tea farms are the perfect backdrop especially at sunset.

Getting to Tigoni

If using public means, take matatu number 116 at Khoja to Limuru. If you are driving, use Limuru Road or Ndenderu route (if you are coming from Kiambu Rd).

Things to do in Tigoni and Limuru

  • Hiking

There are other trails around the Tigoni area such as Waterfalls Inn which leads to a beautiful waterfall. You can also go to the indigenous Gatamaiyu Forest which has beautiful waterfalls and animals such as leopards and elephants(this is a three-hour hike).

Learn more about the process of making tea, take a walk in indigenous forest, and savour views of Ngong Hills as you enjoy a three-course meal at the end of the tour. The tour costs Kshs. 3,500.

  • Cheese Tasting

Spend an afternoon at Brown’s Cheese farm touring their factory, their biodynamic vegetable garden, milking cows (if interested), mozzarella making (if interested), specialty cheese tasting, and a three-course lunch at Kshs. 4,000 per person.

  • Horse Riding at Kawamwaki Farm
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Ride in the beautiful lush countryside of Limuru. Charges as Kshs.1,800 per hour.

  • Banana Hill Art Gallery
  • The Forest Kereita

For the adventurous, The Forest is about 20 minutes away from Limuru. Head there for zip lining, cycling, archery, and camping.

Where to stay around Tigoni and Limuru

  • Limuru is home to some of the most beautiful properties in Kenya. Check out these Airbnbs.
  • Brackenhurst Conference Centre
  • Jumuia Conference Centre

I hope these photos inspire you to visit Tigoni and Limuru at large.

Here are some tips to help you scratch your travel itch as you quarantine and practice social distancing. Stay safe and please remember to sanitize and self isolate.

Sending you lots of love and positive vibes.

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