With an area of approximately 3,356 square kilometers, Nyeri County is home to a diverse population and boasts a rich history, captivating landscapes, and a vibrant economy. Nyeri County is renowned for its scenic beauty, characterized by rolling hills, fertile valleys, and breathtaking views of Mount Kenya, Africa's second-highest peak.
<p>The county's natural wonders provide a picturesque backdrop for various outdoor activities, including hiking, birdwatching, and nature walks. Aberdare National Park, located in the southwestern part of the county, offers visitors an opportunity to observe diverse wildlife in their natural habitat.
<p>From Kenya's only nobel laureate to the founder of the global scouts' movement, and Kenya's third president, Nyeri is the home of iconic figures. In this small town which has resisted change for centuries, a young girl, many moons ago, went to bed a princess and woke up a Queen. Queen Elizabeth II learnt of her father's death in Nyeri while staying at The Treetops in the Aberdares.