The Ngong Hills are tops in an edge along the Great Rift Valley, found southwest close Nairobi, in southern Kenya. "Ngong" is an Anglicization of a Maasai articulation "enkong'u emuny" which implies rhinoceros spring, and this name gets from a spring arranged close Ngong Town. The Ngong Hills, from the eastside slopes, overlook the Nairobi National Park and, off toward the north, the city of Nairobi. The Ngong Hills, from the westside slopes, disregard the Great Rift Valley dropping in excess of 1,000 m 3,281 ft underneath, where Maasai towns have been delivered.
The zenith of the Ngong Hills is at 2,460 m 8,071 ft above sea level. In the midst of the significant lots of British pioneer oversee, the domain around the Ngong Hills was an imperative traveler developing district, and ious ordinary commonplace houses are as yet found in the area. In the 1985 film Out of Africa, the four zeniths of the Ngong Hills appear outside of anyone's ability to see of a couple of scenes close Karen Blixen's home. Neighborhood tenants still point by point seeing lions in the Hills in the midst of the 1990s. The particular grave of Denys Finch Hatton, set apart by a column and garden, is arranged on the eastern slopes of the Ngong Hills, dismissing the Nairobi National Park.