Kenya - Central Highlands & Laikipia (Chapter)
This is the Central Highlands & Laikipia chapter from Lonely Planet’s Kenya guidebook.
The Central Highlands are the green-girt, red-dirt spiritual heartland of Kenya’s largest tribe, the Kikuyu. This is the land whose natural, cyclical patterns define the lives of the country’s largest rural population. And then there’s Laikipia, the scene for some of the best wildlife-watching anywhere in Kenya.
- hold a frozen Kenyan flag in your frozen hands atop the frozen summit of Point Lenana on Mt Kenya
- do a David Attenborough with an orphaned rhino then get up close and personal with its wild cousins at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
- commune with the ancestors of some of Africa’s most famous lions on safari in Meru National Park
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Nyeri, Aberdare National Park, Solio Game Reserve, Nyahururu (Thomson’s Falls), Maralal, Nanyuki, Segera Ranch, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Il Ngwesi Group Ranch, Borana Conservancy, Lekurruki Community Ranch, Mt Kenya National Park, Naro Moru, Meru, Meru National Park, Chogoria, Embu, Mwea National Reserve, and Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park.
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