Nairobi City Tours (3 Hours)
The Nairobi city tour covers the modern city center the colorful Nairobi city market, parliament buildings, Kenyatta International Conference Centre; the landmark of Nairobi (KICC), The 7th memorial park bomblast, the Nairobi railway station museum, Nairobi snake park and the renowned National Museum where there are spell binding displays of the early man tribal regalia and the flora and fauna of Kenya. Nairobi snake park is one of the National Museums of Kenya attractions located adjacent to Nairobi National Museum and is extremely popular with visitors. On display are, cobras, puff adders, mambas and the large African-Rock python (non-poisonous) found only in Kenya.
Nairobi National Park (4 Hours)
Nairobi National park tour departs daily at 6:00 am and at 2:00 pm. This unique Sanctuary is just 7 kms from Nairobi bustling city centre, but despite it proximity several species of mammals can be found including four of the “Big Five”. The 117 km2 Nairobi National Park is unique by being the only protected area in the world with a variety of animals and birds close to a capital city. 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.
Bomas of Kenya
Situated 10 kms from Nairobi city centre and about 1 km past main entrance of the game filled Nairobi National park. It has numerous homesteads reflecting Kenya Cocktail of cultures which has been faithfully recreated for visitors to see traditional village life. The greatest excitement in the is a visit to the display of traditional dances, music and folklore song in splendid area.
David Sheldrick and Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage is located in a secluded area of the Nairobi National Park, where orphaned baby elephants amongst other animals are taken care of by a dedicated team of conservationists. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a small charity which plays an extremely significant and important role in Kenya’s conservation effort. Helping save the lives of orphaned Elephants and Rhinos who are ultimately released back into the wild is just some of the many wildlife commitments that The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is involved in.
The visiting hours is between 1100 Hours and 1200 Hours every day.
Karen Blixem Museum & Giraffe Centre Tour
We depart in the morning at 9.00 am or in the after and drive toward the Ngong hills passing the Ngong village to Karan Blixen museum, which for many years was her home. Later we proceed to giraffe centre to see and feed the famous Rothschild giraffes.