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How to get to Aberdare national park

How to get to Aberdare National Park.

Both air and ground transportation are available to reach Aberdare National Park, which is situated on the rim of the East Africa Rift Valley, 160 kilometers east of Nairobi City.

By Air transport.

Charter and domestic flights to Aberdare can be arranged at Wilson Airport with the assistance of a reputable tour operator who is well-versed in tour packages and capable of arranging for your airport pickup.

Wilson Airport serves as the departure point for both scheduled and charter flights that travel to all of Kenya’s national parks, including Aberdare National Park.

The majority of tourists to Kenya arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

Note, Domestic carries to book your flight include Air Kenya and Safari links.

Additionally, the park features two airstrips: Mweiga and Nanyuki, which are all charted and scheduled and are situated near Kenya’s Aberdare National Park.

The closest airport to Aberdare National area is Mweiga Airstrip, from which visitors can fly to access the area.

The Mweiga airstrip is situated near Estate Farm on the other side of the park section, along the Nyeru Town to Nyahururu Road.

By road transportation.

Since it takes two to three hours to drive from Nairobi to the national park, you should try to fly into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi and then connect by road, which involves driving on tarmac.

The park has several parks, including Shamata or rhino gate, which is accessible from Nyahururu, and Mutubio gate, which is accessible from Naivasha.


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