Castle Forest Lodge

Address: southern slope of Mt. Kenya, Mount Kenya National Park, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel, located on southern slope of Mt. Kenya, Mount Kenya National Park, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Mount Kenya National Park

      We are off to see Kenya

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 12, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      September 12, 2014
      Our Safari begins

      We were up at 6 AM eager to get started. It was apparent that many safari operators use the Boulevard Hotel as their Nairobi launching point as there were several vehicles loading in front including one massive Mercedes camping truck. Breakfast was at 7:00 and James arrived at 7:30. The hotel …

      Off to Mount Kenya

      A travel blog entry by gsdraper on Jun 22, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... animals out there--cacophony is the right word. Before retiring, we filled out a form instructing the staff to wake us when (if) certain animals appear. It was quite chilly in the rooms, but when we returned dinner our bed had been turned down with a large hot water bottle. As it turns out, we slept through the night. No animals appeared except for bushbuck, waterbuck and a lone Verreux Eagle ...

      Day off.

      A travel blog entry by mattfash on Jun 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Kenya in the morning when it's not obscured by clouds is a truly beautiful sight. We have rescued a gorgeous puppy, she is about six week old and was going to be called Jambo (The most commonly heard Swahili word means hello amongst other things) until we realised she was a girl. So she is now called Tunis. Hopefully I will have more interesting things to add now things have settled down a bit and as I explore this amazing country I will try to take you with ...

      A chicken's last stand and other stories

      A travel blog entry by emily-kop on Aug 07, 2013

      9 photos

      ... picture, picture!' and I obliged. In a quiet moment at the centre, Joe saw a passing herd of cattle, and felt it was a good idea to help a Masai man herd them! He didn’t have much success, which triggered laughter from the herder.

      The children also loved cameras. They literally mobbed you for your camera and then took photos with it. Mary continues to smile at everything, even if you wave! Meanwhile, Joseph didn’t really ...

      Let the projects begin :)

      A travel blog entry by emily-kop on Aug 05, 2013

      ... free rein to run about and
      play alone miles from home which was quite refreshing.
      Some men even wanted to shake our hands as a white man’s presence there
      is pretty rare! I was really touched when one guy came up to us and said thank
      you for KOP’s help in building his school in 2009! I'm proud to be part of KOP :) That night, we relaxed in the hotel bar before
      a busy following day.