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Paradise Lost is one amongst the very few places that is in close proximity to Nairobi that boasts a innumerable enticements and enjoyable activities and events for the entire family. It is an attractive oasis in the middle of a coffee farm close to Kiambu Town, about 10km from Nairobi. When people visit there, they cannot help resist to find the comparison between this concealed gem and the surrounding countryside. Perhaps the most well liked affinity at Paradise Lost is a labyrinth of caves eroded by the waters of the nearby Gichi stream, with their entry screened by a stunning waterfall. These caves are estimated to be 2.5 million years vintage, founded on obsidian rock artifacts from the late stone age that were found out. Artificial lighting has been established a couple of meters into the caves up to a large cavern inside. Vessel travelling and angling on the little lake at Paradise Lost are furthermore well liked activities, especially on weekends when most city dwellers like to visit. Other enjoyable activities or sporty events include feeding ostriches, camel travelling, equine travelling, bird watching, camping, picnic on the surrounds around the lagoon, or taking a stroll on an environment trail on the property.
- Ndumberi-Githiga Bus Station
- Kiambu Road
- Scotchie's Ridgeways Mall
- The Lord Erroll
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15% of people who visit Nairobi include Paradise Lost in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
50% of people start their Paradise Lost visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Paradise Lost
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Paradise Lost
People normally also visit Nairobi Arboretum while planning their trip to Paradise Lost.