When was the last time you went camping?

No, not tented rooms and tented cabins kinda camping,

the real deal camping.

Tents, sleeping bags and camp fires type of camping?

It had been a while since I went proper camping and I was super duper excited for this trip.

Yeah I know, who gets excited to go sleep on the ground?

Well lets just say that adventure gets my blood pumping and not even the thought of creepy crawlies can deter me!

PLUS, I’m always up for a trip away from the city!


Now lets talk this lovely gem!

Being the only indigenous forest in Kenya, Ngare Ndare forest boasts of ancient African Olive and Red Cedar trees, Azure pools and the ONLY canopy walk in East Africa!

Its the perfect location to get in touch with every bit of nature and quite frankly the IDEAL location for any lover of the outdoors to get asked out 😉

Ngare Ndare was all my favorite things packed into one! Great adventure, great work out, swimming heaven, heart pumping cliff jumps, outdoor showers, star gazing skies and bonfire dinners! I loved being in the wild with little phone reception and great people.

You see the thing about being out and in touch with nature is that you get to realize how great and wonderful God is and just how small you are compared to his creations and yet despite that fact, He cares for you more than anything. That He cares enough to die for you, a little nobody, on the cross so that you may have life in abundance.

To be away from your every day allows you to take a step back and appreciate the life you have to live but at the same time it reminds you that you have only this ONE life to live and live it to the full you must!


Ngare Ndare is one of those “MUST GO TO” trips when traveling within the country. Its pocket friendly and gives you the real camping experience to go.

Here’s to traversing the country and discovering the beauty that lies within.



I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in tune once more. ~ John Burroughs

Love and Love, 





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