We offer hostelling and spacious camping ground in a cool and quiet environment for clients who enjoy adventure, sports and conservation. Located at a high altitude climatic region (2340 masl), Nyahururu is famous for athletes training for both national and international competition
Kianjata, a local kikuyu name means a place of many stars. A star (heavenly body) is said to have fallen in this area many years ago and dug a big hole that resulted into the current Kianjata Water springs. This is a must see Amazing Site with blue sparkling water, for clients visiting to this area! Visit us and enjoy Trekking to this site
Facilities at the hostel/camp consist of 6 African hut shaped ensuite cottages made of local materials, Double Decker Bus dormitory, Self catering kitchen, Dining hall, Meeting hall for 50 people, Spacious group camping sites, 4KM running/jogging for athletic training, Several syndicates points around the camp site and a team building ground..
We offer local dishes for meals. You will be taught how to make local dishes by our friendly staff during your stay with us if you so wish
Not far from our camp is the greater wetland of Lake Ol Bolossat which is the Kenya�s 61st IBA (Important Bird Area).The globally endangered grasslands sharps long crow bird-species is commonly found here. 33 bird species can be sited at the camp and Lake Ol Bolossat wetlands
Nearby attractions includes a visit to the famous Thomson falls, situated 6 KMs from our facility, watching Hippos, visit to flower farms, local farms, Interactions with local community and a visit Subukia escarpment
Kianjata Springs Campsite it is an overnight stop over for tourist�s enroute to Aberdares, Mt. Kenya, Rumuruti, Samburu Maralal, Nanyuki and Laikipia areas.
You are kindly requested to plant a tree at our camp to support our greening activities during your visit
Kianjata Springs Campsite is a member of Kenya youth hostel Association, an affiliate of Hostelling international with hostelling networks worldwide, Ecotourism Kenya, Nature Kenya, and Kenya Museum Society amongst others
Your host: Joseph Mbugua 2005 Eco Warrior Award Winner from
Eco Tourism Kenya formally (ESOK) Eco tourism Society of Kenya)
From Nairobi it is is about 180 km and a half hours drive.
To get there catch a Matatu from Nairobi to Nyahururu town from Nyamakima bus park 'matatu,mini bus park'. For an alternative route from Nyeri, catch Matatus to Nyahururu town. Incase of difficulties call for directions.All contact details will be on the confirmation email that you will get after you book!