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Aberdare National Park is a high altitude national park located in central Kenya, created to protect the slopes and moorland of the Aberdare Mountains. The topography ranges from high moorland, hills and peaks to indigenous forest, ravines, streams and waterfalls. The rich, red volcanic soil provides excellent growing conditions for the indigenous forest, and lies in stark contrast to both the forest and the mountain’s rugged and beautiful peaks.. Day 1: Nairobi – Wanderi road head Campsite After early breakfast in your Hotel, Our Mountain guide will pick you and drive to Aberdare Mweiga Gate in Nyeri, Where you will pick an armed ranger. Nyeri is an agricultural rich province in central part of Kenya. On the way, you can see Tea bush and coffee firms. After picking up a ranger, you will drive further to Wanderi gate where your trekking starts with an armed ranger and porters. After checking in at Wanderi gate, you will start trekking for like 1 or 2 hours to Wanderi’s campsite where you will have dinner and over night. Day 2: Wanderi road head Campsite – Junction campsite After breakfast, your potters will help you to pitch off your tent and leave with a picnic lunch to Junction campsite where you will spend the second night. The trekking this day takes around three and half hours to five hours depending on your pace. On the way, you may see Animals like Elephants, Giant Forest Hog, Bush pigs, Buffaloes, Leopard, and large variety of Antelopes. Day 3: Junction campsite – Summit – Honi River campsite Leave the camp at 6:30 am with a guide and ranger to Ole satima summit 4001m and after enjoying the view of surrounding attractive areas like Mt Kenya, Nyana hills, Nyeri Muhoya hill and other attractive, descend down to the camp for full break fast before you leave to Honi River campsite where you will spend your 3rd night. From The Junction campsite to Honi River campsite takes 6-7 hours. So this is a long day trekking. Day 4: Honi River campsite – Reedback campsite After breakfast in your camp, leave to Reed back campsite through heavily dense bamboo forested slopes and after some few hours, the terrain opens in to moorland in the upper part. Various species of wildlife inhabit these mountain ranges, hiding in this heavily forested slope and in the upper moorlands. Some of the animals likely to be seen in this upper part are wild dogs, Bush backs, Herd of Buffaloes, Mountain Reed back and Klipspringer. Day 5: Reedback campsite – Ol pejeta Chimpanzee sactually/Mt Kenya/Lake Nakuru/ After breakfast and pitching off your tents, descend down through Kiandongoro gate to Road Head barrier where you will meet your transfer vehicle to the one or more of the above destination.