The Aberdare National Park is a protected area in the Aberdare Mountain Range in central Kenya located east of the East African Rift Valley. It covers the higher areas and the Aberdare Salient to the east.
Unfortunately, we cannot recommend you drink the tap water in Kenya as the supply is not reliable. Travellers who drink the water may get ill due to contamination. The Masai Mara has a fantastic array of wild animals and is home to one of the most amazing wildlife events, the great migration.
The Aberdares offer good wildlife viewing throughout the year, but heavy rain can be a hindrance. Most people will spend at least one night at one of the tree hotels – it is possible to see a lot of wildlife from the hotel without venturing further. People who want to explore the park extensively – especially hikers – should choose to visit in the Dry season from June to September or January and February.