Nature & Wild Life
Shimba Hills Safari
Shimba Hills National Park is just 45-minutes drive from Kinondo Kwetu, great for game drives with Kinondo Kwetu's experienced Safari guide. Guests can expect to see elephants, sable antelopes, giraffes and many other species of wildlife. Perfect for families with young children wanting a safari without testing the little ones patience.
Cultural visits & Nature Walks
Kinondo Village & Kinondo Kaya
Kinondo Kwetu is an area of holy trees and some very old graves, declared as a Kaya area. A Kaya is protected by the National Museum of Kenya, in this case protected due to its traditionally sacred meaning to the inhabitants of the area. Many of the trees in Kinondo Kwetu are sacred to the Kinondo people (who believe their old ancestors live amongst the trees), especially the very old Baobab tree with an open trunk. For bird lovers Kinondo is a perfect spot!
Hug a Snake!
If you have always wanted to know what a snake feels like...
On request the snake conservancy come with their best "friends". Perfect activity for the young ones!