Treetops lodge - Aberdares and Mount Kenya
Nestled in the Aberdares Forest, Treetops lodge - a rustic
treehouse, is famous as the place where Princess Elizabeth
ascended to the British Throne in 1952.
Strategically sited on an ancient elephant migration route and
facing a watering hole and salt lick, the lodge is well-placed
to view elephants, buffaloes, rhinos and more.
Treetops lodge-on-stilts is as space-efficient on the inside
as it is unassuming on the outside. Trees grow right through the
building. There are 48 cozy rooms and two suites, a lounge
overlooking the waterhole and two bars.
Activities you may engage in while staying at the Treetops
hotel in the Aberdares and Mount Kenya region include Game drive
in Aberdare National Park. The park is home to 2000 elephants
that roam the clouded hills, and the remaining habitat of the
elusive Bongo antelope and giant forest hog. Black Rhinos also
roam the wilds and large herds of buffaloes can be seen in most
areas of the park.
Carnivores in the park are, leopard, African wild cat,
spotted hyena, African civet and the rare golden and serval cat.
Over 290 bird species have been recorded. Forests of Aberdare
region are world renowned for their wealth in biodiversity
compelling reason for a game drive.