Nairobi Tour

Nairobi City Tour - 3 hours

Includes visits to colourful markets where a wide variety of African Curios and Tropical fruit and flowers are on sale, Parliament Buildings, Railway museum where the old steam locomotives are exhibited including the one from which superintendent John Lyall was taken from by a man-eating lion in Tsavo in 1901, Nairobi National museum and the snake Park, of course not forgetting the city centre buildings and the streets Ending with a visit to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre view-point which has a revolving restaurant.

Nairobi National Park - 3 hours

The park is a unique Wildlife sanctuary just a few kilometers from Nairobi‟s bustling city centre proximity over 50 species of mammals can be found there including four of the „big five‟ except elephants. One established in 1946. It resides in the cosmopolitan Nairobi City. As an optional, you can visit the animal orphanage where wounded or orphaned animals are nurtured back to health. The tour returns to the city centre by sundown.

Karen Blixen Museum & Giraffe Centre – 3 hours

Drive towards Ngong Hills by passing the Ngong village to the Karen Blixen Museum of the „Out of Africa‟ fame, which was for many years her home. Later proceed to the Giraffe Centre to view and feed the famous Rothschild‟s giraffe which is an endangered species from a specially constructed viewing platform and learn more about the novelist, famous for her novel (Out of Africa which was made a film), and coffee farmer who gave Karen its name. The museum and the suburb are named after her.
Bomas of Kenya – 3 hours
“Boma” means a homestead. Bomas of Kenya is just a few kilometers from the city. It is a place reflecting Kenya‟s cocktail of cultures and have been re-created for visitors to see traditional village life. Here you can watch displays of traditional dancing which depict events in the lives of 42 different tribes and visit the typical Bomas (villages) which have been constructed in a shady forest area. Plus an acrobatic show performed in a splendid arena.

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