This beauty of nature stands tall in Karuna, Meibeki Ward. The hills are a soft spot to the eye as they have distinct summits. The gradual slope allows for various recreational activities including Hiking, adventure, nature walks and may even be used as a worship destination. The County Government seeks to explore and implore all the avenues possible to preserve the site as a tourism destination. In addition, the county seeks to erect a monument at the peak of the hills. The monument was first erected in the 1870s by a christian Missionary, DR David Livingstone who was credited with helping to end slave trade within the East African Countries. The monument was destroyed by some people in the 1980s because of suspicion that it had mercury inside. The exact replica of the monument is to be set up in the same place as this is a tourism site, set to draw people with a historical interest or with different interests on the same.