Our Facility

Truly Unique

Located approximately three hours north of Nairobi, Batian’s View is situated on the banks of the Naro Moru River and the lower slopes of Mt. Kenya. The 17,000 ft. snowcapped mountain is the backdrop to Batian’s View 8 acres of pristine forest, home to colobus monkey, bush buck, crowned hornbill and groups interested in enriching their team building experience.

There is a wide array of accommodation to choose from at Batian’s View. For individuals who would prefer an outdoor experience, we can accommodate you in tents. Batman’s View can accommodate a maximum group size of 80 students (or 50 adults) in tents sharing. Batian’s View also has many one-room, rustic Bandas that can sleep one to 4 people. There are three rooms available on the second floor of Ndovu, which have exclusive use of the bathroom and shower located on the first floor. The fully furnished Cottage is also available for rent, and it can sleep up to 6 people. The maximum group size Batian’s View can accommodate in the bandas and Cottage is 40 people sharing.

All indoor accommodation at Batian’s View has comfortable beds with sheets, blankets and pillows. There is electricity and outlets in all rooms, and housekeeping will clean your rooms daily. Guests staying in tents or the individual Bandas have access to toilets and hot showers. The Cottage has a fireplace, fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with a bathtub/shower.

Batian’s View is equipped with a high and low ropes course, climbing wall, library and environmental education facility, group meeting areas and nature trails. Guests are prepared three meals and two teas daily, served in our lovely outdoor dining area. At Batian’s View, you will also find a talented staff committed to providing a very comfortable stay and the highest quality experiential learning opportunities in Kenya.


Batian’s View Safety – Setting Standards

We undertake the following measures to keep our courses as safe as possible:

  • Keeping equipment well maintained through regular equipment inspections
  • Regular training and refresher courses of our staff’s safety expertise
  • Creating clear safety procedures for each group
  • Carrying out thorough course debriefs after each programme
  • Ensuring participants are aware of, and understand all key safety considerations


All of Batian’s View outdoor learning courses have been thoroughly assessed to dertermine possible risk factors. We have mitigated these factors with extensive safety measures, and the safety of all participants is our number one priority.

Batian’s View operates under the guidelines of the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT), a body governed under the Ministry of Labour that overseas the training of employees working in the industrial sector. The training is supported by the training levy paid by the employers into the Industrial Training Levy Fund.

Employers who undertake staff training through DIT registered trainers like Batian’s View can have their training cost reimbursed from the Industrial Training Levy Fund. DIT encourages team building in companies and Batian’s View is the place for the ultimate outdoor experience.

Our team has plenty of experience with groups of diverse needs and reminding participants of safety precautions is a key part of their job. In the case of an emergency our facilitators will take swift and adept action.

How Can You Help?

You can help by making a contribution to The Hansen Foundation for Education’s (HFE) Kenya Project at Batian’s View. All contributions are tax deductible within the limits of the law.

Click on the HFE logo below to be taken to the donation page.

The Kenya Project at Batian’s View

The purpose of The Hansen Foundation for Education’s Kenya Project at Batian’s View is to allow talented, low-income students to receive the educational enrichment needed to contribute to Kenya’s development. HFE provides the vehicle for donors to sponsor and invest in Kenya’s youth and their future.

Batian’s View would like to expand and provide many more Kenyan students with few resources the opportunity to participate in Batian’s View leadership and team building programs. Youth in Kenya need opportunities to develop leadership skills that are not provided in the traditional school systems, and this is particularly critical for a growing population of low-income children in rural and urban areas.

Your donation would go towards the sponsoring of a child to participate in Batian’s View Experiential Education Center’s program and would make a life-long impact in the life of that child.