The farm has the largest fish farm in East Africa supplying fish in different parts of the Country.
The farm has several fish ponds with all stages of fish rearing i.e from reproduction stage to maturity stage. The farm has a constant supply of water from a borehole and the water used for the fish is then recycled for irrigation of the crops in the farm.
the fish scheme is under a programme from food take Africa sponsored by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Trade which has provided the required conducive system designed for dry land.
The park receives many visitors every weekend and it performs well, compared to other big parks in Kenya. It also offers internship opportunities for students from different colleges all over the country.
The site is visited by many people drawn from within as well as outside the County. the site also received international tourists who had come to tour the Oldonyo Sabuk National Park and the McMillan Castle.
The phenomenon has baffled both residents and visitors, attracting a lot of onlookers.
For instance, if you pour water on the road it moves upwards instead of the opposite direction as one might expect.
Motorists have complained of their vehicles tending to be pulled downhill as they accelerate uphill. Other scholars attribute the existence of gravity hills to an optical illusion. According to this explanation, the lay of the land and the surrounding landscape create an optical illusion, thus making people confuse the downside of the hill for the upside. Source: https://ke.opera.news/ke/en/travel/f8f9b5bc2dec7531612bf423e3978e16