Visited with my 2 year old boy for a walk... not exactly an arboretum... more like a forest as it is not well maintained. May be a place for the locals... definitely not the best place to visit as a tourist. They also don't accept cash for the ticket which is only 50 KSH. You have to pay using Mapesa... 更多
Arboretum has a variety of species of trees and is the home to various birds and some species of monkeys that will come out in search of food and just curiosity. Perfect for a picnic,team building,a short nap in nature,or a book read when you just want to lay back.
Really great seeing so many green spaces in the city. Some areas look not very well looked after, but the trees (and the associated information about them) is really quite amazing. Enjoyed the visit!
You can reach this place on foot also. Its very near to the University crossing. around 10 mins walk from there. Its a big park with lots of lots trees. You can walk, jog or just seat down and breath fresh air. Has a nominal entry fee.
Nairobi Arboretum is a large park with walking paths. The park has a large collection of trees from different parts of the world, including South America and Australia. The beautiful part is that all the different types of trees have been marked out so one can learn about them. Trees from different parts of the world were planted here on... 更多
Went to the arboretum to walk my dog, it was a trip down memory lane as I used to go as a child. It was awful! Poorly maintained, rubbish strewn, down & outs sleeping on the grass, strange preachers shouting about the wrath of God and dodgy looking characters lurking behind trees. It's an experience for sure, just not a... 更多
I have been here two times and I liked it a lot.Went with family for a gathering just to have fun. We played football,lots of games.Went back for a date.Its a great place for a picnic.Its cool,has lots of vegetation, and very spacious. Even when there are lots of people there is lots of space for all. You get to... 更多
Arboretum is a very good option if you need some fresh, clean air and to be surrounded by trees and green fields, without driving long distances in Nairobi. Quite and peaceful during week-days, more popular and cheerful during week-ends.