The Ark - Aberdares National Park
Resembling and named after Noah's Ark, The Ark comprises
three decks from which numerous balconies and lounges provide
superb vantage points for game viewing. A ground level bunker
provides excellent photographic opportunities and takes you
closer than you would believe possible to the animals such as
elephant, rhino, leopard, bushbuck and occasionally an elusive
bongo or giant forest hog.
The Ark consists of 60 cabin-style en-suite rooms. All cabins
have a private bathroom with shower and are comfortably
furnished to enjoy views of the forest or waterhole. Cabins at
the Ark in Aberdares can be are grouped as 9 triple-bedded state
cabins, 37 twin-bedded state cabins, 6 single-bedded state
cabins, 8 double-bedded state cabins, 1 courier (single bedded
room, not en-suite)
Dinner, bed and breakfast are served 'on board' The Ark in the
main dining room. Located on one of the viewing decks is a bar
and lounge which remains open all night for tea and coffee.
Facilities at the Ark in Aberdares National Park include; A Gift
Shop, medical services, bureau de change, access for disabled
persons, laundry at Aberdare Country Club, unch boxes from
Aberdare Country Club, Radio and mobile phone contact with the
Aberdare Country Club.