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Kaya Kinondo Sacred Forest is a really nice and peaceful place worth the visit.
The walk in the forest guided by local people living in the area is interesting. You should learn a lot of things about the wildlife of this region. You will probably...More
Nice 3km hike in the sacred forest. You need to hike with a guide, who is present at the entrance and who explains what this place is about, how locals used to live and some medicines they used. The hike costs 1000 Kenyan Shillings (10$)....More
My best time to spend in this sacred forest. A woman-guide walk me thru the forest explaining different trees they use even today as a medicine, how to hug a tree if you feel lonely. If you looking for nature,peace and quiet and some spiritual...More
You can choose, and I am not the expert.
Visiting Kya Kinondo is an enlighting experience and gives a glimpse of the history og the east coast.
If you do not care about the kenyan culture and history you can stay at your resort.
This is a sacred location and is guarded by interesting myths and beliefs of the local Mijikenda community. The beliefs may sound absurd and crazy but for the longest time they have enabled the locals to safely conserve the forest. And today, a walk through...More
I thought the Kaya Kinondo was a nice experience.
Our guide was very knowledgeable and made our experience a very pleasant one.
It is hard to absorb all of the information they tell you, but I definitely learned a lot.
The forest is beautiful and...More
Kaya Kinondo offers a cultural side to Diani. It's past the main road so I would recommend having them send a piki piki to pick you up.
The tour it's self is interesting you learn about the plants and their uses along with the history...More
Traversing through the sacred forests was both scary and also exciting for me. Scary because the traditions demand that women wrap around their hips with kikoy, and also in the forest you have to observe some degree of restraint in noise levels. Exciting because the...More