Standing at a height of 1,855 m above the sea level, this small mountain offers some picturesque views Machakos and Nairobi counties.
On top of this mountain, a short walk from Machakos town stands a big Kiuumo tree, which served as Masako’s shrine. For the Akamba community, Kiima Kimwe is still as there is some cultural & religious significance attached to it.
Popularly a shrine for over 200 years, its name, Masaku, suggests that it was used by Chief Masaku as his shrine many years ago. Rivers Liyini, Maruba, Miwongoni and Mitheu join together at this landmark.