About Nyeri Town
Nyeri is the largest town in Nyeri County, about a two hours' drive from Nairobi. Nyeri has a historic significance being the centre of the Mau Mau rebellion, which fought for the end of colonial rule in Kenya.
For tourists heading to Aberdare National Park, Nyeri is a gateway town that is linked to Nanyuki by road.
Nyeri Town has fertile land that makes it an agricultural region. Agriculture, production of leather goods, processed food, wood and furniture are the major industries driving the economy of this town.
Popular Nyeri Hotels
Excellent hotels include Maya's Guest House, Green Hills Hotel, Maru B Court Hotel and Eland Safari Hotel Limited. The bars offer steady and dynamic entertainment to make the town as lively as possible for its guests.
Check out the list of hotels on Jumia Travel. There are affordable hotels and luxury lodges too.
Many tourists like to visit Nyeri for its farms and the greenery the surroundings offer. There are restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other social spots to spend your time.
Visit the Italian War Memorial Chapel at Mathari. This Chapel was built to commemorate the fallen Italian soldiers and African recruits from the Second World War.
Nyeri has two airstrips, in Mweiga and Nyaribo. The road network connecting to other major towns such as Nairobi, Nanyuki and Nakuru is good. To get around in Nyeri, tourists can board matatus (minibuses) or take a taxi.