The Ambeere people are the inhabitants of Mbeere District in the Eastern Province of Kenya. According to the latest Kenya National census, there are about 200,000 Ambeere who inhabit an area of 2,093 km². They speak Kimbeere language, which is a dialect very similar to the one spoken by their neighbours and cousins, the Embu people. Mbeere district hosts the famous seven folks dams, which include: Masinga dam, Kamburu dam, Gitaru dam, Kindaruma dam and Kiambere dam. The dams are a part of Tana River. Other local places of interest include the Mwea National Reserve, and Kiangombe mountain, which peaked at 1804 metres stands out compared to adjacent topography, although is not as spectacular as the Mount Kenya located less than 100 kilometres northwest.
Most Ambeeres are farmers who grow a variety of crops including Mangoes, melons, pawpaws and passion fruits, maize, beans, cowpeas, pigeon peas, black peas-njavi, millet, sorghum etc.