Oloolua Nature Trail
Oloolua nature trail is within Oloolua Forest in Karen, Nairobi. The Oloolua Forest also hosts the Institute of Primates Research. The Research is run and managed by the Museums of Kenya which also established the Nature Trail. The Oloolua Nature Trail enables you to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and gives you so much tranquility and an encounter with nature.
The Oloolua Nature Trail, which is a 5 km trek in Oloolua Forest, will take you to the water fall, a gem hidden in Oloolua forest. There is also a cave where the Mau Mau fighters were reputed to have been hiding. The Oloolua Forest is also endowed with bamboo trees.
There is a picnic site and a camp site within the Oloolua Nature Trail, complete with toilets and benches where trekkers can take a rest or camp for the night respectively.
Oloolua Nature Trail is accessible by transport route no.24 and alight at the Karen Road and Bogani Road junction.
If you decide to enjoy the Oloolua Nature Trail, do not forget to take a photo of the map, it might come in handy! Otherwise, do not be surprised if you lose track!