Turima-Twa-Athii is a sacred shrine of South Imenti Njuri-Ncheke council of elders. The shrine is found at the base of a hill called Karima-ka-athii, which means a hill of hunters in local Meru dialect. The place is characterized with some huge rocks, trees and thick shrubs.

The top of the hill is flat and while at the top you can have great splendid view of surrounding regions, which extend all the way to the neighboring Tharaka-nithi County.

In the past, hunters used the hill as their resting place as they hunted wild animals, which roamed, in the surrounding areas. It was also used as a watchtower to survey where wild animals could be found.

Today the place has a stone constructed cultural center, which is intended to be a learning center for the Meru culture and traditions.