Final Reminder for the “dudu” walk / Insect walk at Oloolua Nature Trail on 27th September, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.  Probable end time 12:00 p.m.

The Walk will be led by Morris Mutua—from the National Museums of Kenya – Invertebrate zoology section.

Entry Requirements to Oloolua Nature Trail

Citizens/Students    Kshs 200 (Children – Ksh 100)

Residents                 Kshs 400 (Children – Ksh 200)

Non-Residents        Kshs 600 (Children – Ksh 300) 

Directions to Ololua Nature Trail

Oloolua Nature Trail is situated 20km from the city centre in the Karen suburb. If using public means, take matatu number 24 or bus number 24 from the Kencom bus stage, and alight at the junction of Bogani Road and Karen Road near Karen Blixen Museum. Oloolua Nature Trail is 600 meters to your left.


If driving, take Uhuru Highway till Nyayo Stadium, then turn right onto Langata Road and drive past Bomas of Kenya till the junction to Hardy. Turn left onto Langata South Road, then right onto Bogani Road. Drive till the junction between Bogani and Karen Road, then turn left. Oloolua Nature Trail is 600 meters from this junction.

The Nairobi Global March for the Rhinos and Elephants on October 4th 2014.

Join the March and fight for their lives.

Participants will meet at the National Museums of Kenya at 8:00 a.m. and walk to KWS headquarters on Lang’ata road.

The Nairobi Global March will be attended by thousands of members of the public including students, corporate and state agencies. 

Welcome to participate.


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