Monthly Archives: October 2013

FOREST SURVEY

On 28th October Eliza ,Caro and Asha who are on internship   accompanied by the  Project coordinator  at  Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary and one of the rangers  had a enjoyable morning drive through the Ngong forest which is subdivided into five sections. The sections have been divided due to the construction of the southern bypass passing […]

EDUCATIONAL VISIT AT THE SANCTUARY

The sanctuary received 100 students from Braeburn International School I for two days where the students were divided into 4 groups each day.The students arrived at 8.30pm at the sanctuary then briefed about the sanctuary by Mr.  Simon who is the  project coordinator before they started  their activities . After the briefing the students were […]

NATURE TRAILS AT THE SANCTUARY

Strolling along a peaceful nature trail is certainly a pleasant way to spend an afternoon. Trails create a healthy recreation by providing people of all ages with attractive, safe, accessible low cost places to cycle, walk, hike, jog or skate. At Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary Trust there are nature trails   that are well maintained mainly […]

THE DUSTY CEMETERY ROAD – NAIROBI TRADE FAIR AFTERMATH

For the benefit of those that may not be familiar with its location, Ngong Forest Sanctuary’s main gate is located along Cemetery Road, off Ngong Road. This is the Road that normally serves as the exit from Jamuhuri ASK Show grounds during the 6 days of the trade fair. In normal days, the road is […]

TREE PLANTING AND PICNIC EVENT A GREAT SUCCESS

With population increase in Nairobi City has led to overcrowding in the few leisure spots available. The Sanctuary is therefore timely into offering yet another alternative.  Due to its uniqueness of being an indigenous forest within a city and given that it is only 6km from the city center, many organizations are finding the sanctuary […]