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Close proximity 15 minutes from Westlands. peaceful. Waterfall, boating, horse riding available.
But it is a commercialised place. Not like karura forest.
Everything is charged. Entry 300 kes per person, boat riding.. oars not paddle boats.. 200 kes, waterfall mother 200 kes.. list goes on....More
Good trees. , vegetation and walking area. There is a waterfalls , caves and small lake for boating. There are benches for sitting down in a group for a picnic. You can do a barbeque as well. The benches are far from each other so...More
In mid December, a few friends and family decided to go camping in this place for one night. We decided to show up a little early in the afternoon so we can barbecue before setting up the tents. They provided the tents for a decent...More
I went birdwatching here recently and we saw 35 species in 3 hours including 7 new ones. I felt that the grounds especially the lakes were pretty, but the whole property looked like it needed more maintenance. It looked somewhat neglected.
a good place for out door activities like camping, caves and team building. has a great dam for water experience. Food and drinks can be bought in the place or one can have own food . ample parking. vast ground for camping and/ or team...More
I visited Paradise lost with a friend. It's like half an hour from Nairobi and you can take a Matatu or an Uber. It's a big area with different activities. It is a really peaceful place and if you need privacy, you can have it....More
They announce on the website only that the entrance fee is 300ksh, but when you're there you find out, that zhey charge 200ksh for the waterfall and 200ksh for the caves extra. I rather go to kaurura forest. Its cheaper and more for the money.
I read the reviews before visiting the area and i wanted to visit the place myself.Nature yes good place for viewing the waterfall in Nairobi its so lovely but nothing really interesting more than that!
This is an amzaing place outside Nairobi in the deep greenery of Kiambu. We totally enjoyed everything about Paradise Lost. First of all, it was a weekday when we visited and the place was a huge ranch of peace and quiet. It is very well...More