Nairobi Excursions

Nairobi Walking City Tour Excursion (5 hours)

The city tour includes a tasty walk of the city-in-the-sun with a local guide’s’, where you have ample time for close photography, bargain and diversified shopping while visiting the stately Parliament buildings, Kenyatta International Conference Centre and the colorful Nairobi city market also a Visit to Kenya National archives & several art galleries is worthy. Thereafter, a visit to the Snake park and National Museum: “the Finest Small Museum in Africa” well known for its spell binding exhibits and displays of early man, tribal regalia and the flora and fauna of Kenya also a close visit to the botanical garden

Nairobi driving City Tour Excursion (3 hours) Kinondo

This city tour in Nairobi that takes you through the Central Business District viewing the shopping center, City market, parliament buildings,Kenyatta International Conference Centre ( KICC) and the Railway station. After this, a brief tour to the snake Park and the National museum a short distance away from the central district.

Half Day Excursion to Animal Orphanage & Giraffe Manor

A half day Excursion in Nairobi and it’s famous animal Orphanages including the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe center
A Nairobi excursion where you spend a wonderful half day  with giraffes and baby elephants! Visiting the Giraffe Manor and the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage.

Nairobi National Park Day excursion (4 hours )

A Short tour to the home of the pioneer coffee farmer, Karen Blixen – of “Out of Africa” fame, is now preserved as a museum. A visit to this museum provides an opportunity to step back in time and gain an insight into this remarkable woman’s life. Views of the Ngong Hills can be admired from the beautifully landscaped gardens of the museum.
The Karen Blixen museum is one of a number of very interesting regional museums and archeological and prehistoric sites of the National museums of Kenya, and it continues to be an immensely popular tourist attraction with the same words ‘ I dreamt of Africa’

Visit to Bomas of Kenya

Just a few kilometers from the city, numerous “Bomas” or homesteads reflecting Kenya’s cocktails of cultures have been faithfully recreated for visitors to see traditional village life. The greatest excitement during the afternoon visit is the display of the traditional dancing, music and songs performed in a splendid arena.

OPENING HOURS
Monday to Friday: 2.30pm — 4.00pm

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 3.30pm — 5.15pm

Bomas of Kenya offers you “Kenya in a miniature”. It lets you see the wonderful diversity of cultures that make up Kenya. The term Bomas, meaning “homestead”, are displayed on your tour; each represent one of Kenya’s major ethnic groups, and is built to the original traditional architecture of an African home as built by the ancestors. A Boma is a homestead and just a few kilometers from Nairobi, we have the Bomas of Kenya. Here you will experience the rich culture of Kenya’s 42 different ethnic groups as they live on their day-to-day basis.

Bomas of Kenya Day Tour Does Not include Tips or gratuity, drinks, Meals, sightseeing, Personal expenses such as telephone calls, drinks etc, Travelers insurance; laundry, communication charges, visas, international airfares and airport taxes, Transfers to/from the airport (supplement airport transfer cost applies for tours starting from the airport),Optional activities; video filming fees are charged as a supplemental and are payable directly to Bomas of Kenya.

Nairobi National Park Day excursion (4 hours )

Nairobi National Park Kenya’s first ever National park is a unique and unspoilt wildlife haven within sight of the city’s skyline. Rhino, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe, lion and plenty of antelopes and gazelles can be seen roaming in this open plains country with a section of highland forest as well as stretches of broken bush country, deep, rocky valleys and gorges with scrub and long grass. Ornithologists catch with over 300 bird species including the Secretary bird, crowned cranes, vultures, peckers and many more

Daphne Elephant Orphanage

You can visit between 11am and 12 noon every day, and see the elephants being fed and playing. In addition, there is a keeper who will give a talk about the elephants, where they came from, how they are getting on, and how some of the previous orphans are progressing. You can get really close to the elephants. The orphanage also takes in rhinos and so if you are lucky you will get the chance to see a young rhino Daphne & David Sheldrick Animal Orphanage The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a small flexible charity, established in memory of David Sheldrick, famous Naturalist and founder Warden of Kenya’s giant Tsavo East National Park in which he served from 1948 until 1976.Pick up time 10.30am every Day

Nairobi Safari Walk (Kenya Wildlife Services)

Only 7km south of the city of Nairobi lies the Nairobi Safari Walk, Kenya’s   new conservation based recreation facility. The combination of skilled and creative landscape design, unique wildlife Walk is the eye opener to Kenya’s Parks and Reserves. It offers you an opportunity to learn what you expect species and detailed interpretation, renders the facility supremacy in tourism and conservation education. The Safari to see across the country. Introductory talks on Kenya’s Parks and Reserves can be arranged for you by the naturalists. You will have a taste of Kenya’s rich Animal collection including the rare bongo antelope, White Rhino, Albino Zebra, a collection of cats, antelopes and primates. NSW is also home to a collection of about 150 species of local trees. Get to learn their varied traditional uses too.

 Nairobi Safari Walk is a conservation based recreation facility. The combination of skilled and creative landscape design, unique wildlife species and detailed interpretation, renders the facility supremacy in tourism and conservation education. It is an eye opener to Kenya’s Parks and Reserves. It offers you an opportunity to learn what you expect to see across the country. You will have a taste of Kenya’s rich Animal collection including the rare bongo, white rhino, albino zebra, and a collection of cats, antelopes and primates. It is also home to a collection of about 150 species of local trees.

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