Mau Eburru forest is one of the 22 gazette forest blocks that comprise the vast 420,000 hectare Mau Forest Complex, within Kenya’s Rift Valley. The Eburu forest area covers 8715.3 hectares (87 square kms) of pristine indigenous forest, nestled in the folds of a 2,820 metres high active mountain overlooking Lake Naivasha to the South East, Lake Elementaita to the North and Lake Nakuru to the North West.
The forest forms part of the catchments for Lakes Naivasha and Elementaita, with several ground springs, and is the source of Ndabibi River and other small streams. It is a fragile little island of biodiversity and home to 12 of the fewer than 100 surviving wild population of critically endangered Eastern Mountain Bongo, a beautiful and majestic antelope worldwide.
There are various birds and tree species
Visit to Geothermal Site
Cost: Ksh 3,800
Included: Transport, a bottle of water, forest entry fee & armed ranger fee and local guide fee
We meet at the National Museums of Kenya upper main parking lot on Sunday 16th April at 6:45am morning for departure to Eburu forest.
What to bring:
Your picnic lunch/snacks, identification papers/ID, extra drinking water, dress lightly, sunglasses, hat and sunscreen lotion
To secure your place please pay by Tuesday 11th April 2017
Payment via Mpesa no. 0707 222 673