PO Box 27619
00100 Nairobi
Kenya

tel: +254 (0)72 3473090 (Kamande)
tel: +254 (0)72 8848296 (Els)
email: info@mlango.org
Location

HOW TO REACH MLANGO FARM
Please note visits are only possible on appointment. We like to welcome you, but we are not always at home.

The coordinates on google maps are: -1.171657,36.684315

Coming from Village Market, after about 20 to 25 minutes, you go off the main road (Limuru Road) just 100 meter before St Paul's University. This is at the small petrol station of Kabuku. Here you follow the tarmac road (bad state) until you are in Ngecha. In Ngecha you turn left just at the matatustop, you follow the dirtroad passing the big footballfield and Gichuru Highschool. (If you are not sure, ask for 'Sir Kamande', this is a village, everybody knows eachother...) After the PCEA church you see the sign MLANGO on your left. Karibu!

The map shows the route coming from Village Market site of town. Coming from ABC it is easier to just follow Wayaki Way upto the direction of Naivasha. Keep on driving up until you reach the turnoff to the 'old Naivasha road' . Here you leave the highway (left exit) and go immediately right in the direction of St Pauls University. At about 100 meter after the University you turn right. This is at the small petrol station of Kabuku. Here you follow the tarmac road (bad state) until you are in Ngecha.

In Ngecha you turn left just at the matatustop, you follow the dirtroad passing the big footballfield and Gichuru Highschool. (If you are not sure, ask for 'Sir Kamande', this is a village, everybody knows eachother...) After the PCEA church you see the sign MLANGO on your left. Karibu!

NGECHA
Ngecha (2000 inhabitants) in Limuru district is a lively Kenyan village. Although near Nairobi, it is quite secluded from the busy metropole, and each visitor is still an attraction. Ngecha is known for its active artist community, Ngecha is therefor also called 'the village of artists'. The social life takes place in the many churches, on the footballfield and on the village square with its market and kiosks where donkeys, goats and geese roam around.

In the Limuru highlands at 2000 meter above sea level we have a lovely climate; sunny during the day and cool in the night (and no mosquitoes!).

In the near surroundings: Lake Naivasha and Crater Lake, Lake Nakuru, the views over the Rift Valley or even closer - the tea fields in our Limuru district.

Click on the drawing to enlarge the map:
The farmhouse
The nursery
Mlango Farm Stables
Schoolbusses at the farm
Take a walk to Ngecha village
Duck bath