You’ll inevitably be tired at the end of the walk around the park, but don’t fret. There’s a restaurant inside the park where you can get your refreshments. The seats are rustic and quite comfortable. A fireplace to provide extra … Continue reading
Another on flowers at the park!
Every lovely flower was once just a bud
The park also hosts a cultural center (quite similar to the one at Thunguma Museum, just check my earlier posts to recap 🙂 This picture shows a replica of a traditional Kikuyu hut. Inside it you’ll find common household items … Continue reading
“Just watch the wind, watch the thoughts more through like clouds in the sky, without attachment. Let them go, just watch.” (Losbang Tenzingi)
Flowers are sparsely located around the park, blending in finely with the greens of the trees around
If you need a place to unwind and enjoy the calm of nature at its finest, Wajee is the place to be.
Wajee is quite humid and hence ideal for mosses and other saprophytic organisms which make an integral park of the park’s ecosystem.
You can have picnics, wedding photographs, camps and a couple of other outdoor events at the park at reasonable charges. The park is quite spacious and most importantly safe!
Some of the birds at this park include, but not limited to; The African Wood Owl The African Sun bird Hinde’s Babbler Black Cap Kingfisher Doves Yellow-White Eye Mouse Birds Common Bulbuls and Weavers