Visit the Mau Forest Complex which is one of the largest water catchment areas in the country. The forest is also the largest remaining indigenous forest in Kenya and the single source of several rivers and these include Mara River, Sondu River, Southern Ewaso Ngiro and Njoro River. The forest is the main source of the highest rainfall rates in the Country. The forest is also home to rare indigenous trees such as cedar, African olive, bamboo, dombeya, and shrubs. It also has exotic trees such as cypress, pine, grevillea robusta, and eucalyptus.
Wander right into the Mau Forest Complex