This is a full site tour, perfect for families with older children or a group of friends keen to learn about restoration, indigenous trees and plants and biodiversity. It includes a tree nursery visit, a botanic garden tour, and a short 1.3 km trail walk in the forest.
Be part of our restoration work and do your part for biodiversity. Plant up to 50 indigenous common trees & understory shrubs and join us for a short 1.3km forest walk. The minimum price for this package is 250, up to 50 of which you can plant on the day of your visit; the rest we will plant as we see fit, according to the rains. You can fund more indigenous tree planting at the rate of 150/- per tree.
“We brought a group of primary students for a field trip. We had a wonderful time learning with the great people at CER-K in their beautiful forest. Students explored the ecosystem and learned about the importance of forests. The team was very professional and put on a great program. I highly recommend partnering with them. We look forward to our next visit!”
Ken Parker, Science teacher
Rosslyn Academy (Grades 1 - 5)
“We all had a fantastic day and the students learnt a lot from the hands on activities that you put on. They enjoyed the invasive species removal most of all. Our young people need more days out in nature getting muddy!”
Tours are available Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm. Payments must be made 48 hours in advance to confirm your booking. Tours are weather dependent & we can cancel an hour before your arrival time if the weather is not looking good, with the aim of rescheduling to a later date.
We do not provide any refreshments so please bring your own water. There is a wonderful café on site, Muna Tree Café, where you can have breakfast, lunch, dinner, and beverages at your own expense. Please come with the appropriate gear to make your tour as comfortable as possible. Bring sunscreen & ahat for sun protection, raincoat & good shoes as it can get cold & rainy in the highlands, and hardy shoes to walk in the forest & around the campus. No pets are allowed on site.
"Our young people need more days out in nature getting muddy!"