Paradise Lost Nairobi Entrance Fee, Activities and Charges

This blog post identifies the Entrance Charges to Paradise Lost. Also, this post reviews why this spot is worth visiting by identifying fun activities offered!

paradise lost nairobi entrance fee activities and charges

Paradise Lost About

Paradise Lost is one of the best recreational camps in Kenya. The site is located 12.9 Kilometres from the Central Business District of Nairobi via Kiambu Road.

Paradise Lost is owned by the late Mbugua Mwangi and his wife Christine Mithiri Mbugua. The site occupies 54 Hectares of land (133 acres) and is currently valued to be over 2.1 Billion Kenyan Shillings.

Paradise Lost has a Google Rating of 4.3 Stars after more than 1,000 Google Reviews.

Activities to do at Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost is a popular attraction in Kenya located near Nairobi. It’s a recreation and entertainment center that offers a variety of outdoor activities and experiences. Below are 10 of the best activities you can engage in at Paradise Lost.

1. Nature Walks

Paradise Lost is set in a serene natural environment with beautiful gardens, caves, and indigenous trees. Taking a leisurely walk or hike through the well-maintained trails to explore the natural beauty in one of the most common activities to do at Paradise Lost.

Point to Note: Nature Walks are free as long as you have paid the Entrance Fee.

2. Ziplining

Ziplining is a unique and memorable experience that many people cherish and remember for a long time

Paradise Lost is a good ziplining spot. In case you are in the mood to feel wind rushing past you and a enjoy a sense of freedom as you glide through the air, there is no better place along Kiambu Road to do this than in Paradise Lost.

The Zipline at Paradise Lost is about 650 metres long and it crosses above the man-made lake.

The charges for ziplining at Paradise Lost is KES 1500.

3. Bike Riding

Paradise Lost is a good place to do ride Mountain Bikes. As mentioned earlier on, Paradise Lost covers an area of 133 acres of land. There is enough space for everyone to cycle.

One of the best things about cycling at Paradise Lost is that there is a network of trails that you can explore on your bike. The trails wind through the lush gardens, forests, and around the lake, providing a variety of terrains and scenery.

Another good thing about cycling at Paradisse Lost is that it has a range of trails suitable for riders of different skill levels. Some trails are easy and flat, while others are more challenging with hills and obstacles.

The charges for riding bicycles at Paradise Lost is KES 200 for every 30 minutes.

Point to Note: In case you bring your own bike, the charges are free.

4. Archery

Archery is a sport that involves using a bow to shoot arrows at a target. One of the best things about playing this sport is that it increases mental focus and concentration.

Other advantages of playing archery is that it increases balance, coordination, enhances patience and relieves stress.

The charges for playing archery at Paradise Lost is KES 1,200.

5. Boat Riding

Boat Riding is one of the best activities to carry out at Paradise Lost because it offers you scenic views of the whole recreational park and the sorrounding.

Another good thing about riding a boat at Paradise Lost is that it lets you connect with nature

The charges for riding a boat at Paradise Lost is KES 200.

6. Camping

Paradise Lost is also a good place to camp because it allows you to immerse yourself in nature and enjoy the serene surroundings.

In case you get a chance to camp at Paradise Lost, here are some of the best activities you can engage in;

  • Birdwatching
  • Campfire Cooking
  • Fishing
  • Stargazing
  • Photography
  • Yoga and Meditation
  • Relaxation
  • Exploring nearby attractions.

The charges for camping are KES 1,500 if you do not have your own camping equipment and KES 1,000 if you have your own camping equipment

7. Fishing

Fishing is often considered therapeutic because it reduces stress, teaches one patience and perseverance and can be a bonding experience for families, and friends.

Fishing is a popular activity at Paradise Lost. The man-made lake is home to a variety of fish including Tilapia.

If by any chance you like sport fishing and you live within Nairobi, you do not have to visit Lake Victoria or the Indian Ocean so that you can enjoy it. You could visit Paradise Gardens and fish all you want as long as you have paid the entrance fees. Amazing, right?

8. Go for a Picnic

Pardise Lost is arguably one of the best spots to gp for a picnic along Kiambu Road. The recreational park has lush green grass, and beautiful flowers which give it a scenic view. The man-made lake and the large trees which provide shade enhances the overall picnic experience.

In case you are looking for a picnic ground with well-maintained picnic tables and benches, and has access to clean and well-maintained restroom facilities, look no further than Paradise Gardens!

9. Ride Horses or/and Camels

Paradise Lost has well-trained and maintained horses and camels.

Riding these animals is fun because it gives you a sense of freedom, and it helps you to connect and bond with nature.

If you like advenuture and exploration, you could try riding horses and camels at Paradise Lost for a cost KES 300 each

10. Facepainting and Bouncing Castle

Facepainting allows you to be anyone you admire in this life. You could be Superman or Spiderman!

In case you want your kid to have much more fun at Paradise Lost, I suggest you should get his or her face painted.

The charges fo facepainting is KES 50 per Kid.

Paradise Lost also has a bouncing castle that both adults and children can access all day for only KES 100.

Other Activities to do at Paradise Lost

  • View the Old Stone age caves
  • View waterfalls
  • Host a conference or an event

Is Paradise Lost Nairobi Kenya Open?

Paradise Lost is open daily from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm

How do I get to Paradise Lost by Matatu?

  1. Board Triple S Buses at Odeon Kenya along Tom Mboya Street
  2. The Bus wil take you through Kiambu Road
  3. Along Kiambu Road, make sure you alight at Kasarini
  4. Board a Motorbike and ask the rider to drop you at Paradise Gardens

Paradise Lost Nairobi Entrance Fee

Below is a table that shows the Entrance Fee/Entry Fee to Paradise Lost

CategoryEntrance Fee
Resident and Citizen AdultsKES 500
Resident and Citizen ChildrenKES 300
Non-ResidentsKES 1,000
Car PassKES 200

Paradise Lost Contacts


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