Kiambethu Tea Farm

Kiambethu Tea Farm

Away from the hustles and bustles of the city lies a tranquil yet beautiful landscape full of tea plantation that brings your attention to yet another British influence in the region. It showcase how the life of a settler farm used to be from the time the settled in the country. Situated at 7,200 ft., Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell in 1910. He was a pioneer in the tea industry being one of the first to make and sell tea commercially in Kenya

To begin with, tea is one of the major Kenya export and foreign earner. Incidentally five generations have lived on the farm and it is currently run by his granddaughter Fiona Vernon. The farm house is set within beautiful gardens surrounded by acres of tea and indigenous forest – home to the Colobus monkey. READ MORE

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Visiting Hours: 09:00am – 05:00pm

Depart Nairobi in the morning after your breakfast to head to Limuru. Arrive at 11am and over a cup of tea or coffee, the history of the farm and process of making tea is informally explained. Afterwards you take a guided walk in the indigenous forest. Later on you enjoy a pre-lunch drink as you relax waiting for your 3 course lunch. This will mark a remarkable day well spent.

Kiambethu Farm Fee

Advance booking is essential and they are closed on Mondays. Cost is Kshs.3,500 per person all inclusive, children under 12 are half price.

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Experience the true nature Kenya

  • Learn how tea is grown
  • Witness tea making process¬†
  • Take photos of the Colobus monkey
  • Variety of bird species
  • Views of Ngong hills
  • Experience cool climatic condition

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