Magura waterfall

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One of several waterfalls in aberdare national park, with the Queen's cave situated at the bottom.

Can be viewed from both outside as well as from within the cave, which is said to have been used as a hiding place during the Mau Mau wars.

What to do there?Hiking, trekking from other parts of the park, picnics inside or outside the cave, bird watching, game viewing.

Best time to visitAny time during the less rainy days of the year

Location of Magura waterfall Magura falls are situated at the mouth of the Queen's cave, in the southeastern moorlands of Aberdare national park.

It is also part of the Magura river, a tributary for the larger Gura river.

How to get thereBy vehicle, air or hiking, with the latter requiring an armed KWS ranger escorting you.

There is an airstrip within walking distance, as well as others outside the park.

4x4s are recommended for driving to the place during the rains.

Related places Aberdare National park
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