Location


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

Mlango Farm can be found on Google Maps.

Coming from Village Market, after about 25 - 30 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 until you are in Ngecha.

In Ngecha you turn left just at the matatustop, you pass the big football field on your left, the road changes into a dirtroad and you pass Gichuru Highschool. Keep on going. (If you are not sure, ask for 'Sir Kamande', this is a village, everybody knows eachother...) A bit after the PCEA church you see a sign MLANGO on your left. Karibu!

Coming from Westlands: Take the bypass from ABC to Kitisuru, at the end go left, go through Gachie and you will end up at Limuru Road, take a left and go up Limuru road into the direction of St Pauls University. Turn left just 100 meter before St Paul's University. This is at the small petrol station of Kabuku. Here you follow the tarmac road until you are in Ngecha.

In Ngecha you turn left just at the matatustop, you pass the big football field on your left, the road changes into a dirtroad and you pass Gichuru Highschool. Keep on going. (If you are not sure, ask for 'Sir Kamande', this is a village, everybody knows each other...) A bit after the PCEA church you see a sign MLANGO on your left. Karibu!

Coming from Lower Kabete: Go to Wangige, and from here take the Wangige-Ngecha road. When you reach in Ngecha, pass the 'shopping center' and turn right at the next matatustop. You pass the big football field on your left, the road changes into a dirtroad and you pass Gichuru Highschool. Keep on going. (If you are not sure, ask for 'Sir Kamande', this is a village, everybody knows eachother...) A bit after the PCEA church you see a sign MLANGO on your left. Karibu!

By public transport: take matatu nr 114 from town. The matatu 114 goes all the way to Limuru, (you may be lucky, some 114's branch off to Ngecha) get off at St. Paul's University (in Kabuku). From here you can take a bodaboda to Mlango Farm (if you ask around at the bodaboda place, there will always be a rider who knows Mlango Farm).

Cancellation policy :
When you make a reservation, we hire extra staff, we harvest and cook for you. A cancellation means costs for us and no income, while we could have welcomed another group. Therefore we apply the following cancellation policy:
  • Cancelling 4 days before the planned visit or earlier: no costs
  • Cancelling 3 days before the planned visit: 30 % of the costs to be paid
  • Cancelling 2 days before the planned visit: 50 % of the costs to be paid
  • Cancelling 1 day before the planned visit: 75 % of the costs to be paid
  • Cancelling on the day itself: 90% of the costs to be paid.