Kiambethu Farm, Limuru

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Run by the same family for five generations, Kiambethu Farm boasts a tranquil setting just a short drive from the heart of Nairobi. A visit here allows you to learn about the country's tea plantations--an added bonus is a chance to tour the colonial-era farmhouse and nearby forest. Make your reservations in advance through any of Nairobi's official tour operators. For Kiambethu Farm and beyond, use our Limuru trip maker to get the most from your Limuru vacation.
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  • It is a tea garden run by the descendants of the settlers. Book and visit in advance. It includes a description of Madame, tea time and lunch. All of Madame's explanations are in English. Because the voice is small, it is necessary to some degree of English because it becomes the nuisance of other people when someone translates. If you don't know, get the papers later and translate them yourself. Lunch is about 3,500 gardens. Full of fresh vegetables, Koubashiku, and rich taste When tourists go, you need some kind of transportation, but it is best to feel the light and beauty of kenantee.
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  • Great history of tea farming and how to best cultivate the leaves. Excellent lunch was provided as well.  more »
  • It is one of the good places to visit, walk and chill. Very good environment and very nice feelings around it. Many choices are available for selection. Our time were well spent and I have a great time with my accompany and my whole group. Thank you very much and appreciate for the time. Have a great day and night today and tomorrow.
  • Kiambethu is a must must see. Whenever we have guests from Canada, we make sure the "Tea Talk" is part of their Kenya experience. Fiona is a fantastic host. Her knowledge, he hospitality, and her very sweet demeanor make the experience so pleasant. Her staff are very welcoming and dote on guests. The Meal they provide for lunch is a feast. Arrive hungry. You won't regret it. The food is locally sourced and much is grown on the farm. Even the ice-cream and heavy cream from thier cows. The geography is stunning. The rolling tea fields, Fiona's garden, the majestic trees and fauna, it's such a beautiful and peaceful way to spend part of your day. DO NOT MISS THIS EXPERIENCE!
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