Excursions in Nairobi
Come with us to the north towards Lake Naivasha. Stop along the way to take in breathtaking views of the Rift Valley before proceeding towards the lake. On arrival visit Hell's Gate National Park. This 70 sq km park is one among few National Parks in Kenya where walking is permitted. The park has many herbivores and birds to spot as well as hot springs, spectacular cliffs and gorges to explore. Lunch at a restaurant is an opportunity to sample regional cuisine and engage with the locals. With st
This tour is a great combination for people who have very short time in Nairobi. At first we will visit the Nairobi National Park situated 10 kms (6 miles) from the heart of the capital. Established in 1946, has 114 kms sq (44 miles) of pristine savanna with a large livestock of migratory game and lies between the Nairobi-Mombasa railway and the garden suburb of Langata. It is open on its south-east perimeter and here the Kitengela Conservation Area allows a natural migration of the game which takes place with the seasonal rains. After visiting the park we will have a lunch in the Carnivore Restaurant. Famous for it's succulent steaks, barbecue dishes and huge variety of game meat, the Carnivore has almost now become one of Nairobi 's "must see" and as much a tourist attraction as the National Museum! We will finish our trip with a show prepared by various local dancers and later an orientation within various tribes of Kenya at the grounds of the Bomas of Kenya.
Depart to Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage situated on the outskirts of Nairobi (approximately 45 minutes drive). The Sanctuary is run by Daphne Sheldrick and is set in the grounds of her house. Here, you will see the orphaned animals and meet the people who handle and care for these animals. It's an interesting excursion and the team who run the orphanage are always willing to spend time answering any questions guests have to ask. It is suggested that due to demand, visits should be pre-booked and at times there may not be any animals in care.
Nairobi National Park is a unique wildlife haven located within sight of Nairobi city's skyline. Here, various herbivores can be seen roaming the park's grasslands. Lion, cheetah and leopard are some of the predators that can be spotted, together with over 300 bird species. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant. Here we have an opportunity to sample local cuisine and engage with the locals. After lunch we drive on to the Karen Blixen Museum, of the 'Out Of Africa' fame. This museum takes vi
Enjoy the safari cat show and dinner in one while listening to the African Rhythms which will never run out.
Entertainment by various traditional dancers and later an orientation of various tribes of Kenya at the grounds of the Bomas of Kenya.
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and is 160 km (100 miles) from the equator. The name "Nairobi" comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nyirobi ("the place of cool waters"). However, it is popularly known as the "Green City in the Sun. This tour will show you Karen Blixen Museum, The Giraffe Centre and any craft centre within the environs of Karen road.
Situated at 2.200 meters in a truly magnificent garden with views on the Ngong Hills and Kilimanjaro, Kiambethu farm is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell is the daughter of one of the first people to grow tea in the area. She will entertain you with anecdotes of the familys live and the story of tea planting in the area before escorting you on a short walk in to the nearby forest to see colobus and sykes monkeys.
A short tour for people who do not have so much time to spare but yet are in need to experience the best that Cities and Towns in Kenya have to offer. With this excursion you will discover the principal landmarks, the Parliament buildings, the city market, the National museum and the Snake Park.
Join an English speaking guide to explore Nairobi. Take a walk through Uhuru Park in the heart of the city, than wander past the parliament buildings to the mausoleum of the first president of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. See the Kenyatta Conference Centre and the August 7th memorial park which was built to commemorate the bombing of the US Embassy. There is also time to visit the Kenya National Archives and various other sites within the city centre. Walking through the city streets and travellin
Enjoy a variety of Kenya's birdlife on the beautiful lakes of the Rift Valley, where animals graze the shoreline. Flamingo concentrations vary according to the season. Lake Nakuru, shallow and alkaline, situated on the bed of the Great Rift Valley, has earned its fame as the home of the greatest bird spectacle in the world, a myriad of often more than a million pink flamingos which seasonally use the site to feed on the abundant algae which thrives in its shallow warm waters. The destination is situated 160 km (100 miles) from Nairobi.