Population: 159,314
WeatherQuality of LifeParksMore...
More Topics...

Living in Limuru, Kenya:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

five local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Limuru, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Limuru what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:


5 comments on “Limuru”

You will need many clothes for it. It’s very cold and chilly, especially in the morning.

Harrison, says: 2023

If you are moving to Limuru you need to get warm clothes cause it’s cold here, but it’s a very good place where you can do horticulture also with a good environment where you can live.

Catherine, says: 2022

It has beautiful scenery and great weather. Never too sunny, great place for hiking and great for travelling. Good source of water and electricity. However, there is barely any internet company here so using data is really expensive. It is also quite cheap since it isn’t a populous town. Neighbours are friendly and loving.

Limuru is a small town in the heart of Kiambu county approximately midway between Nairobi and Naivasha towns. It is a very cold place and temperatures could go as low as nine degrees Celsius. It is predominantly inhabited by Kikuyu people. It is also an agricultural town with large tea plantations.

Magdalene, says: 2020

Right in the heart of Kenya’s Central region is Limuru town. It is a very beautiful city with lush, green gardens and amazing clean air. My home has amazing tea plantations that contribute a significant portion of Kenya’s overall tea exports. The people are friendly and you’ll always have a helping hand. However, it is a very cold place and I advise anyone moving here to bring heavy clothing.

Comments are closed.

Names of respondents may have been changed.

See other cities and towns in Kiambu.