Treetops Lodge

Treetops Lodge, nestled in Aberdare National Park, is renowned for its elevated tree-house lodges. It gained fame as the destination where Queen Elizabeth II arrived as a princess and departed as a queen. Originally constructed in 1932, Treetops Lodge is strategically positioned along an ancestral elephant migration path, connecting Aberdare Ranges and Mt Kenya National Park. Its prime location offers breathtaking views of wildlife, as it overlooks a natural watering hole and salt lick. With an ancient tree seamlessly integrated into its design, Treetops harmoniously blends nature and comfort, embodying the rustic charm of the Aberdares.