Aberdare Hills Golf Resort is being built just outside the lakeside town of Naivasha. It is only an hours’ drive away from Nairobi; about 80 km north-west of the Kenyan capital and yet it is a totally different environment. Away from the hustle and bustle of Nairobi, residents and guests will enjoy the beautiful setting with wide views of the Rift Valley and Aberdare mountains. Its proximity to Nairobi makes it attractive as the city becomes more congested and land becomes scarce within the city boundaries. The commuter train envisaged in Kenya’s vision 2030 and the up coming airstrip adds to the comfort, convenience and luxury in transport.
Set almost on the equator and about 1,900 metres above sea level, Aberdare Hills Golf Resort enjoys one of the world’s most agreeable climates – especially for playing golf. 'Aberdare Hills Golf Course provides an ideal climate to play golf 365 days of the year. You do not sweat and you do not freeze' - Gary Gimson. It is neither too hot nor too cold, has daytime temperatures ranged from 20°C to 26°C depending on the time of the year. There is an average of 5.3 hours of sunshine each day and an annual rainfall of about 700 mm, with April and May accounting for a third of all rainfall.
Naivasha is the Centre of Kenya’s important horticultural and floricultural industries and overlooks Lake Naivasha, one of the largest of the Great Rift Valley Lakes. Naivasha is a popular venue with visitors for leisure and recreation, including water sports and fishing. For further information regarding the Aberdare Hills Golf Resort, please visit www.aberdarehills.com You can also visit them at Booth No. 2 during the Nairobi Property Summit
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