Head to the heart of Nairobi and discover more about this bustling Kenyan city. As one of the most vibrant and colourful cities in Africa, this guided tour will take you from the city market, where you’ll find a rich assortment of handicrafts, to Kenyatta International Conference Centre, which was until recently the highest building in the region, for a view of Kenya’s capital. You’ll also visit Nairobi University with its impressive architecture and learn about Kenya’s history from an expert who was born and raised in Kenya itself.”

Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park is located at Nairobi, approximately 14km from the city center. The park encompasses an area of 70 km2 made up of dry and moist savanna, riparian forests and mountain grasslands. The park is home to a variety of big-game species such as blackbucks, sable antelope, Sitatunga (also known as Harman), Impala (or springbok), kudu, ostrich among others.

Karen Blixen and Giraffe Center

Karen Blixen’s home lies at the foot of Ngong hills,and is now preserved as a museum.A visit here will expose you to the furniture, artifacts and photographs from her days as a pioneer coffee farmer. Soon after, we drive you to the giraffe center, where families of the rare Rothschild giraffe can be hand fed and photographed from a platform at giraffe’s eye level.
There is a restaurant within the center where you can sit for a cup of afternoon tea before returning to the comfort of your hotel room.

Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage

The Nairobi National Park is a haven of tranquillity and serenity in the heart of the city. Located at Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephant Orphanage, you can observe these cute baby elephants and rhinos that have lost their mothers to poaching, some after getting lost in the wild and others from getting injured on losing their mothers. On visiting this place, you get the opportunity to interact with the babies and observe some unique behaviours – play fighting and bathing in mud pits.

Bomas of Kenya

Kenya is the birthplace of 42 different tribes and the land of contrasts. In this tour, you will have an opportunity to see their people in a colourful stage performance at a Bomas. The performances begin on Saturdays. You get to enjoy traditional foods, dances and listen to stories about traditional lifestyles by your guide



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