Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi

Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi is located in Kiambu town in Kenya, 14 kilometers from Nairobi, that is about 10 minutes’ drive from city centre that’s where the Paradise Lost Resort and Park, which is well known as a magnificent tourist safari attraction in Kenya that is basically an oasis in the middle of a coffee farm close to Kiambu Town, about 10km from Nairobi, when you get there, you cannot help but wonder at the contrast between this hidden gem safari and the surrounding beautiful landscape. Paradise Lost Resort in Kenya was discovered in 1996 by the coffee farmers in Kenya.

Paradise Lost Resort in Kiambu is a beautiful scenery which oozes such beauty that the name fittingly benefits the surrounding and the nature. The major attraction Lost Resort in Kiambu which is a 54 acre farm is the Paradise Lost caves in Kenya that are eroded by the nearby Gichi River in Kenya with their entrance screened by an impressive cascading Paradise Lost Waterfall in Kenya.

Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi
Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi

Perhaps the most popular attraction at the Paradise Lost Resort Kiambu Road is a labyrinth of caves eroded by the waters of the nearby Gichi River, with their entrance screened by a spectacular waterfall. These caves are estimated to be 2.5 million years, based on obsidian rock artefacts from the late stone age that were discovered inside. Artificial lighting has been installed a few meters into the caves up to a large covering within the Paradise Lock Resort that have a water fall at the entrance, they were used by the Mau Mau during the fight for independence, the park has different habitats wetlands, grasslands, plantations, and forest which are rewarding and productive. This together within the Paradise Lost Resort facilities and quality services offered makes Paradise Lost Resort on Kenya extremely popular as a perfect place to spend a weekend safari.

Paradise Lost Resort has got various activities for the tourists on their safari that includes exploring the Stone Age caves, a stunning waterfall, picnics, fishing, visiting a coffee farm, horse riding or camel riding, nature trails, Bird watching and many others. There is a coffee factory within Paradise Lost, where they blend and sell it to customers at affordable price, also there are quite number of birds to see and record in the Paradise Los like the Little Grebe, Great Cormorant, Reed Cormarant, African Darter, Knob-billed Duck, African Fish Eagle, Osprey, Augur Buzzard, African Green Pigeon and many others. Also is the best place in Nairobi to see the rare or range-restricted Grey-olive Greenbul and many more. Paradise Lost Resort is a great tourism destination with all the great attractions and activities to be done by the tourists.

Entrance fee at Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi.

The fee at the Paradise Lost Resort gate is affordable as the entrance fee is Ksh 400 per person and Ksh 300 for children. Campers are also charged Ksh 600 per person per day with a tent provided by the establishment. There are also charges for some of the activities like boat riding, horse riding, camel riding and many more.

Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi
Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi

Where to stay at Paradise Lost Resort Kenya.

Paradise lost Resort has got a variety of accommodation facilities for the guests who would wish to stay within, these accommodations are located near the Paradise Lost Resort as they are arranged into the Budget, Mid-range and Luxury accommodations such as The Concord Hotel and Suites, Progressive Park Hotel, Makel Suites and lounge, Trademark Hotel, Movenpick Hotel and Residences Nairobi, La Mison Royale Hotel, XO The Heron All-Suites Hotel and many others.

How to get to Paradise Lost Resort Nairobi.

The Paradise Lost Resort can be accessed through using the private or public means of transport from the Nairobi city to Paradise Lost.

By Public means.

Paradise Lost Resort in Kenya is located in Kiambu on the Kiambu Road just off the junction of Nairobi-Kiambu Road. To get to Paradise Lost Resort in Kenya from the Nairobi city centre matatu number 100 is taken from the Nairobi city bus station.

By Private means.

If your are using the private transportation to the Paradise Lost Resort near Nairobi, use the Muranga Road till you reach the Muthaiga Roundabout and turn left on to Kiambu Road in Nairobi. Further on Kiambu Road about 10 km take another left and turn on from the Kiambu Road where you will see the main entrance to Paradise Lost Resort in Kiambu indicated by a Paradise. We recommend booking Paradise Lost safari a head of time to secure your best spot.

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