The equator divides the earth into two, the Northern and the Southern Hemispheres. It passes through several towns in Kenya, and Nanyuki is one of them. The equator marker in Nanyuki is a picturesque site. We had to take a photo regardless of the heavy rain on that day!
Located on the border between Nanyuki and Meru County offered a home away from home experience. For the feminazis, the washroom signage will literally blow off your minds, in a good way of course😅.
Additionally, they offer great customer service and casual dining. Their cocktails are a plus!
The camp’s beautiful and green scenery tops it all together with the restaurant’s ambience and background music as conversations fill the air.
You don’t wanna miss out on this place.
This is where we spent our first night of the trip.
They have affordable rooms, (bed and breakfast) with amaaazing views especially in the morning. Therapeutic much!🥰
Their customer service is engaging.
For the party animals, the Hotel has its own club operating 24/7. How convenient,huh?
They have an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, a barbershop among other amenities.
The part I enjoyed much as a foodie was the heavy breakfast served which btw was 3-course so to call it.
Started with fruits(oranges, pineapples and watermelon),cereals (choose either weetabix or cerelac served with milk), juice of your choice), coffee(white or black) then comes the main breakfast. I had 2 sausages, scrambled eggs, sweet potatoes, nduma, toast bread and bhajia. I know y’all wondering😂😂but yeeh what a deal , right? For such few coins.