GBS Cycling package – 04N/05D Nairobi – Nyeri – 360 kms

DAY 1
Arrive Nairobi and transfer to Boulevard Hotel in Nairobi for dinner and overnight.

DAY 2 –NAIROBI – NYERI – 140 KMS
Depart Nairobi for Nyeri 150kms. One way through Ruiru, Thika, and Chania falls, Tana River to arrive Karatina at 11:30Am. Depart for Karatina to Nyeri town arriving in Outspan Hotel Nyeri at 1:00pm in time for hot lunch for dinner and overnight stay in Outspan Hotel Nyeri. Bikes will be left in this hotel until when returning back

DAY 3 –NYERI – ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK – 25 KMS
Have morning breakfast, relax and tour this hotel which has a long history dates.  At 1200hrs, have lunch then transfer to Treetops hotel in the middle of Aberdares national park.  While in this hotel, you will be able to view animals from the balcony as it’s a tree hotel.  It’s in this hotel where Queen Elizabeth of England was announced the Queen while she was staying there. The park has various animal species like Elephants, Buffalos, Warthog, and various types of antelopes including the rare BONGO, Zebras, and many more. 
Dinner and overnight at Treetops hotel. A tree hotel.

DAY 4 –ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK – NAIROBI – 175 KMS
After a light breakfast at 6.30am, transfer to Outspan hotel for full breakfast.  At 8.30am, depart Nyeri town to Nairobi while cycling, Lunch will be taken at Blue post hotel which has a panoramic view of Chania falls.  After lunch, continue with your journey to Nairobi. 
Dinner and overnight at Silver Springs Hotel.

DAY 5- NAIROBI CITY – 20 KMS
After breakfast, go for game drives at Nairobi national park to do a walking game in the Safari Work.  Lunch at Rangers restaurant.  Late afternoon, transfer to the Airport at 5:00pm.

Package includes

  • Accommodation in Nairobi for two nights, first and the last day
  • Accommodation at the destination
  • Bicycles
  • Meals on the way
  • Mineral water
  • Police escort
  • Guide
  • Vehicle entrance fee during the game drives
  • Rescue vehicle

Package excludes

  • Drinks
  • Purchase of personal items

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