Ngong Hills activities, tickets and more

Cultural & Theme Tours

Nairobi Elephant Orphanage and Karen Blixen Museum Tour

Spend a wonderful half day with giraffes and baby elephants and exploring the historical Karen Blixen museum. The tour visits the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Center, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: A Haven for Elephants and Rhinos, and the Karen Blixen museum dedicated to the writer of the book "Out of Africa."Spend approximately 1 hour at the mamba village resort for lunch and you may also like to visit the crocodile park in the resort ( own expense which is optional).
$30
5 hours
Day Trips & Excursions

Private Day Trip to Kiambethu Tea Farm in Limuru from Nairobi

Just a short drive from the heart of Nairobi, this 6 hour private tour takes you to Kiambethu Farm at Limuru, which provides a tranquil insight into life on a settler farm. Situated at 7,200 ft, Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell in 1910. He was the first person to grow, make and sell tea commercially in Kenya - now one of Kenya’s biggest exports, which now you will have a chance to taste. Five generations have lived on the farm and it is currently run by his granddaughter Fiona Vernon.
$69
6 hours
Tours & Sightseeing

Nairobi Tour with Carnivore Restaurant, Giraffe Centre

Nairobi ‘City in the Sun’ is the capital of Kenya and boasts one of the finest climates in the world. On the tour, drive by Nairobi landmarks including railway museum, the law courts, parliament buildings and the uniquely shaped Kenyatta International Conference Centre and pick up a few bargains at the colourful city market. From here, proceed to the Carnivore Restaurant for lunch - this is one of Africa’s greatest eating experiences, made famous for its succulent steaks, game meat and great African hospitality. Following lunch, head out of town to Karen Blixen Museum, you feel swept immediately onto the film set of Out of Africa. From here visit the Giraffe Centre, where the highly endangered Rothschild giraffe lives in peace. With an elevated viewing-cum-feeding platform, this tour is wonderful for children. 
$150
8 hours
Food, Wine & Nightlife

Nairobi Day tour to the Tea Farm

Kenya produces some of the best quality black tea in the world. The tea produced in Kenya have won international acclaim for its taste and aroma. It is also the top foreign exchange earner for the Kenyan economy. The visit includes pick up from Nairobi Hotel, a visit to the farm and lunch.
$84
6 hours
Outdoor Activities

Camping at the foot of Ngong Hills

The Camp is 14.5 kms from Ngong town (just behind the Ngong hills) on 13 acres of Wild African savannah. One can see gazelles and giraffes or climb up the hills to see buffaloes.The camp is custom built as an outdoor classroom and with the breathtaking views it is ideal for team building, motivation, change management and retreats.The facility has 20 low, medium and super high ropes obstacle program and 30 feet high zip lines and a conference room.
$3
3 days
Cultural & Theme Tours

KIAMBETHU TEA FARM TOUR FROM NAIROBI

This is a unique tour for nature lovers and wildlife safaris. Just a short drive from the heart of Nairobi, Kiambethu Farm at Limuru provides a tranquil insight into life on a settler farm. Situated at 7,200 ft., Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell in 1910. He was the first person to grow, make and sell tea commercially in Kenya - now one of Kenya’s biggest exports. Five generations have lived on the farm and it is currently run by his granddaughter Fiona Vernon. The farm house is set within beautiful gardens surrounded by acres of tea and indigenous forest - home to the Colobus monkey and plenty of other wildlife. 
$100
6 hours
Day Trips & Excursions

NAIROBI DAY TOUR TO KIAMBETHU TEA FARM IN LIMURU

Experience a wonderful day out in the tea farms of Kiambethu. Excellent vegetarian lunch and delicious homemade eggless icecream. The walk in the forest is lovely.  This is a perfect getaway outside of Nairobi. About 45-60 minutes from the Westlands area it is situated in the highlands where tea farming is common. It's a tea farm too. The proprietor invites you into their home, shares about the tea farming process, sends you on a farm tour and then welcomes you back with a fresh lunch made from ingredients locally farmed.
$70
1 day
Cultural & Theme Tours

DAY TOUR TO KIAMBETHU TEA FARM IN LIMURU

Just a short drive from the heart of Nairobi, Kiambethu Farm at Limuru provides a tranquil insight into life on a settler farm. Situated at 7,200 ft., Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell in 1910. He was the first person to grow, make and sell tea commercially in Kenya – now one of Kenya’s biggest exports. Five generations have lived on the farm and it is currently run by his granddaughter Fiona Vernon. The farm house is set within beautiful gardens surrounded by acres of tea and indigenous forest – home to the Colobus monkey and plenty of other wildlife.
$75
8 hours
Day Trips & Excursions

Excursion at Kiambethu Tea Farm

Magnificent green view, classic feel  of a farm day at Kiambethu tea plantation provides a tranquil insight into life on a settler farm. Learn how Tea is grown, picked and processed. Have a 3-course lunch with fresh ingredients, and of course, a cup of tea and walk through the tea gardens.Situated at 7,200 ft., Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell in 1910. He was the first person to grow, make and sell tea commercially in Kenya - now one of Kenya’s biggest exports. Five generations have lived on the farm and it is currently run by his granddaughter Fiona Vernon. The farm house is set within beautiful gardens surrounded by acres of tea and indigenous forest - home to the Colobus monkey and plenty of other wildlife. 
$120
9 hours
Day Trips & Excursions

Nairobi to Kiambethu Tea Farm Tour

Magnificent green view, classic feel  of a farm day at Kiambethu tea plantation provides a tranquil insight into life on a settler farm. Learn how Tea is grown, picked and processed. Have a 3-course lunch with fresh ingredients, and of course, a cup of tea and walk through the tea gardens.Situated at 7,200 ft., Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell in 1910. He was the first person to grow, make and sell tea commercially in Kenya - now one of Kenya’s biggest exports. Five generations have lived on the farm and it is currently run by his granddaughter Fiona Vernon. The farm house is set within beautiful gardens surrounded by acres of tea and indigenous forest - home to the Colobus monkey and plenty of other wildlife. 
$34
9 hours