Nairobi Day tours
Nairobi Safari Park
Nairobi Safari Park is unique by being the only city in the world with a variety of animals and birds close to a capital city. Nairobi safari park is a principal attraction for visitors to Nairobi.
Kenya National museum
A few minutes walk from the Nairobi city centre is the National Museum, home to artefacts that tell of Kenya’s rich history as well as some cold-blooded residents, crocodiles, tortoises and the slithering type- cobras, vipers and pythons. A sign in the snake park reads: ‘Trespassers will be poisoned’.
The Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan, is surrounded by 140 acres of its own park and forest thirty minutes from the Nairobi city centre of Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city, with superb views of the Ngong Hills.
bomas of Kenya
Bomas means home. In Bomas your learn more about the cultures in Kenya and how they live or they use to live. Also the African dances performed by different cultures in Bomas of Kenya.
Baby elephant park
Baby Elephant park is located inside Nairobi National Park. This Park for Elephant babies and Rhinos from all over Kenya was founded and still managed by Daphne Sheldrick, the widow of one of Kenya’s best known Game Wardens David Sheldrick.
Discover Carnivore Restaurant in Nairobi, Kenya. Carnivore serves one of the best barbecued meat in Kenya. Carnivore has brought together high and low profile people to dine together to enjoy this amazing open air barbecue serving both domestic and wild meat.
Nakuru day safari tour
Only 3 hours drive from Nairobi is Lake Nakuru Safari Park, a home to million flamingoes and many othe species of birds and wildlife. You leave at 6 am and you will be back by 6pm. You will have a safari tour inside the park and lunch in one of the safari lodges.
Amboseli safari Tour
The amboseli safari tour is at the foot of the snow capped mount kilimanjaro. Famous for elephant families. Leave Nairobi at 5.30am it is a 3 hours drive to Amboseli safari tour. You will have the safari tours inside the park. Come back at 7pm
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Masai mara Kenya safari tours 2 day
Day 1: Leave Nairobi after breakfast and drive to masai mara safari park in Kenya. Afternoon safari tour in masai mara. Meals and overnight at a lodge/camp.
Day 2: Early morning safari tours.
After breakfast drive back to Nairobi
Masai mara 3 day Kenya safari tour
Day 1: After breakfast drive along the great rift valley to masai mara safari park in Kenya. Afternoon safari tour. Meals and overnight at a lodge/camp.
Day 2: Morning and afternoon safari tour in masai mara. Meals and overnight at the lodge/camp.
3. Early morning safari tour.
After breakfast drive back to Nairobi.
What is safari? Safari is a Kiswahili word which originated from the Arabic word “safar” meaning “journey” or “travel”. Kenya is a safari destination country. With a history back to 14th century when Arabs were traveling and trading in East Africa. The word safari has now taken another twist meaning adventure, exciting travel, holidays, tours and vacation all in one word is safari.
- Our safaris includes:
- Kenya wildlife safari tour
- Air/Fly-in Kenya Safari
- Balloon Kenya Safari tour
- Road Safari tour
- Bird watching tour Safari
- Honeymoon safari tour
- Mobile Kenya safari tour
- Luxury safari
- Adventure Safari
- Scenic Kenya Safari
- Beach Kenya Safari
- Cultural Kenya Safari
- Honeymoon Kenya Safari
- Camping Kenya safari
- Hiking Kenya safari
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and entire town has a boundless energy, and is thriving place where all of human life can be found. This is a place of great contrasts where race, tribe and origin all become facets of a unique Nairobi character. More than a century ago, lions, rhino, leopards, giraffes, deadly snakes and other animals roamed free in Nairobi. The Maasai brought their cattle to the fresh waters of the river they called Uaso Nairobi meaning 'Cold water'. In fact, they named the area Enkarre Nairobi meaning 'Place of Cold Waters'. Since then, Nairobi has undergone a complete metamorphosis. The growth of Nairobi is uncountable. Today tall buildings sparkling in the light of the setting tropical sun are a sight to behold. It is almost impossible to believe that , Nairobi was a place for wild beasts and a dangerous area for humans. It would be very unfair to talk about Nairobi and fail to mention that it is a melting pot of beautiful cultures. The population of the city totals over two million, comprising of native Kenyans [mostly working migrants from all over Kenya], Indian-Kenyans
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Kenya to help in constructing the Kenya Railway once known as the Lunatic express], Australian, Canadian, American, Asian and European settlers and their descendants as well as temporary and permanent residents from the same countries. All together, they form a truly cosmopolitan culture.
It is no wonder then that the city is host to world and regional bodies. The United Nations Environment Programme has its world headquarters in Nairobi. The nairobi city is large by African standards. Therefore, it would be stupid to ignore the fact that it suffers from the ills that afflict most large cities. However, that should not stop anyone from enjoying the beauty of the 'place of cool waters'. Nairobi is itself a tourist destination. This is not a modern city separated from the great wilderness that surrounds it. Just on its doorstep the Nairobi National Park located less than six miles from the city centre is a visitor's haven. The park is home to most popular species only the elephant is an absentee. But the rest of the Big Five - leopard, lion, buffalo and rhino - as well as a multitude of other creatures are all well represented.