Nestled deep in the forest of Aberdare National Park,
this world-renowned rustic Tree house is dedicated to
game viewing. Originally built in 1932, Treetops is
famous as the place where the then-Princess Elizabeth
learned of her father's death and ascended to the
British Throne in 1952.
Treetops lies in the path of an ancient Elephant
migratory route between the Aberdare Mountains and Mt
Kenya National park, and is strategically sitted right
in front of a watering hole and salt lick.
Guests can drink in the sight of Elephants, Buffalos,
Rhinos and more from the safety of four viewing decks
and a rooftop platform. Shutterbugs can take close shots
from two photographic hides at ground level.
48 cozy rooms and two suites, a lounge overlooking the
waterhole and two bars. There is also a restaurant where
dinner is served on charming old world refectory tables
with bench seating. It is 17 km away from Outspan Hotel,
where guests begin and end their journey to Treetops.