Castle Forest Lodge

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

    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 ...

    Karibu... in a rainy day..

    A travel blog entry by ru2.patil on Mar 15, 2014

    38 photos

    ... to the. One of those was staring at our car continuously, perhaps it was ruminating. But for all the time we were standing there, I got a clear view of many giraffe.

    I pulled half of me out of the rooftop to experience few drops of rain, the cool breeze, the chirping sound in the background and the wild beauty. We stood there for a long time, after I was all fulfilled with the experience we decided to move ahead. many gazelles and ...

    Feeding of the 150ish!

    A travel blog entry by emily-kop on Aug 06, 2013

    7 photos

    ... He then took us to the shed where they store their harvested maize cobs (there was loads of it, but bear in mind there’s 150ish kids to feed a day!) There was also a building where they stored their maize to be ground into flour. There were also some old broken wheelbarrows that they kept in the vain hope they could afford to get them fixed. We had a look around the kitchen, which was an outdoor stove, which they kept going by melting plastic. The fumes must have ...

    African queen part 1

    A travel blog entry by andrew.lukaris on Jan 08, 2013

    ... stuff and I also get a set of pics of him doing stuff. I'm sure if he had a timer on his camera and tripod he would rather go alone.

    Still we had some guy show us the shena****ns with the water draining clockwise one side and anti clockwise the other then standing on the equator the water running straight down. Very interesting but I am more than a little sure I have heard that this is a little bit of bollocks. Possibly from Stephen Fry via QI. On the positive mark bought ...

    Climbing the second highest mountain of Africa!!

    A travel blog entry by travelwithjorg on Sep 22, 2012

    55 photos

    ... camp it started raining. With our rain jackets (but without rain trousers) we made it to Old Moses camp and were cold brrrrrrr…But luckily we were just before the big rains and hail storm wow… Roel had his stuff so could quickly change but our porter was not yet in with our bag so Sven and me waited about 20 minutes in the cold which turned out to be almost catastrophically. The camp was like a big building ...