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With our Nairobi holiday packages embark on a Kenyan safari to witness Masai Marai’s vast plains specifically to spot flamingos, cliff chats, pelicans, and green-woodhoopoes. Venture out on adventure trips and game drives that will familiarize you with the exotic fauna and flora of the region. We can also combine your diverse Nairobi National Museum tour with a visit to the Kazuri Beads factory to shop for bright colored, shiny beads.
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Which are the famous places to visit during the Nairobi tour?
1. Karen Blixen Museum: Built in the year 1912 by a Swedish engineer the Karen Blixen Museum is a popular tourist attraction. A visit to this repository will definitely be a part of your Nairobi package as it contains the items that belong to Danish Author’s Karen Blixen. The “out of Africa” author lived in this house from the year 1931 till 1972 and managed a coffee plantation.
Today, you can tour this well-preserved farmhouse of hers that she shared with her husband. You will spot a kitchen, furniture, the books, a coffee-drying plant and an agricultural college here. There are photographs of Karen Blixen and her husband as well as her lover Denys Finch Hatton on display. It is suggested you take an enthusiastic guide with you who shall bring colonial Kenya and Karen Blixen’s story to life.
Location:Karen Road, Nairobi
Timing:8:30 AM – 5 PM
Entry Fees:Adult: 300 KSH; Children: 150 KSH
2. Nairobi National Museum: Your Nairobi package will include an educational tour of the National Museum of Nairobi that is a museum displaying diverse natural history and cultural exhibits. The Lake Turkana fossils, a display of over 900 stuffed mammals, and birds will amaze you beyond imagination.
In the museum’s Geology gallery you get to see an impressive assemblage of minerals and rocks. You can learn about a volcano’s life cycle here, the tectonic plates, and check out the Hominid Vault. This vault contains an elephant’s preserved fossil, and a troupe of prehistoric bones.
Location:Museum Hill Road, Nairobi 00100
Timing:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Sunday-Saturday)
Entry Fees:600 KSH for locals; 1200 KSH for foreigners
3. David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: A Nairobi holiday package is incomplete without a visit at the orphan-elephant rehabilitation and rescue program center of David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Founded in the year 1977 by Daphne Sheldrick who was a warden at Tsavo East NP, the Trust cares for young rhinos and elephants.
You can come here to watch the lovable creatures from close quarters as they drink from baby bottles and romp about in the mud. The entrance fee you pay here helps in supporting the conservation efforts of the Project. You can always lend a helping hand by adopting a giraffe, rhino and elephant here later receive progress updates long after you have left.
Location:Mbagathi Road, Nairobi
Timing:11 AM – 12 PM
Entry Fees:500 KSH per person
4. Giraffe Centre: Protecting the imperiled Rothschild giraffe the Giraffe Centre will be a part of your Nairobi package. The present site is a Giraffe asylum that lets you witness the vibrant giraffes traipsing about their breeding and raising zone.
To spend a charming evening then you can stay at the Giraffe Manor right beside Mbagathi River and is known for its beguiling appeal. Enjoy endless moments of frolic as the giraffes come and greet you.
Location:Langata Road, Nairobi
Timing:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Entry Fees:1000 KSH per person
5. Nairobi National Park: A Nairobi package will definitely include a trip to one of Kenya’s oldest game reserves that has existed since 1946. You can set out for a day safari here as well as enjoy the game drives. This park is home to more than a hundred species of mammals that also include the “Big 5” (buffaloes, lion, rhinos and leopards.
During your visit here you can come close with the hogs, baboons, zebras, wildebeests and gazelles. Do not miss out on the guided forest walks here beside the lakes. Photograph the voraciously wild wildlife roaming about and take truckloads of memories back with you.
Location:Langata Road, Nairobi
Timing:6 AM – 6 PM
Entry Fees:400 KSH
6. Karura Forest: Your Nairobi holiday package includes a trip to the Karura Forest. This forest is a place tucked away in solitude, far from the madding stress of the Nairobi city. The urban gazetted forest of Karura, at 1041 hectares is one of the largest in the world. Managed by KFS (Kenyan Forest Service), the fauna here is sure to entice you. Spot mammals like Syke’s monkeys, Grimm’s duiker, Porcupines, Epauletted- bat, and Genet cats in the forest.
Or, hike to a 15-meter multi-tiered waterfall and enjoy a fun picnic in the lush green space. Watch the monkeys climb through the trees and soak up some peace sitting by the Lily Lake. Ride bikes on the well-marked clay trails in red, enjoy sightings of birds like Crested Cranes, Narina Trogon and butterflies like African Queen, Green Banded Swallowtail.
Location:Fourth Parklands Ave, Nairobi, Kenya
Timing:6:00 AM- 5 PM
Entry Fees:600 KSH
7. Bomas of Kenya: Experience the bountiful diversity of traditional dance and music of Kenya as a part of your Nairobi tour package. This living museum celebrates the flamboyant Kenyan tribes at its very best. You can learn about the Kenyan culture, crafts, music, art, and lifestyle from this place.
The complex of the museum encompasses a traditional village with bomas or homesteads, each reflecting its own ethnic group and culture. You will love the energizing gymnastic shows, customary moves and dances that are performed in a large theater here, every afternoon.
Location:Forest Edge Road, off Langata Road, Mageso Chember
Timing:8 AM - 5 PM on weekdays and 8 AM- 12PM on saturdays
Entry Fees:600 KSH
8. Nairobi Gallery: Housed within an ancient building that dates back to 1913, the Nairobi Gallery will definitely be a part of your Nairobi tour package as this national monument houses and exhibits the Murumbi African Heritage collection besides temporary art. You will need a good number of hours to dive into the culture and history from this land.
Spend an entire morning immersing yourself in the artifacts, paintings, and ancient sculptures from assorted African cultures. Do not miss out on checking out the museum’s renowned collection of Kente and Malian mud cloth besides an enormous line-up of African arts.
Location:Kenyatta Ave, Nairobi, Kenya
Timing:8:30 AM - 5 PM
Entry Fees:Adults: 300 KSH; Children: 150 KSH
9. Ngong Hills: Ngong translates to knuckles in Maasai language that is a fitting name to these beautifully pointed green hills. To get a much needed respite from the scorching heat of the city people flock to the Ngong hills. These hills are the peaks of a ridge and several whit settlers established their farms here in the early days.
You can still find South-England style flowering gardens and half-timbered houses. There are numerous walking trails traversing through the hills where you can catch breathtaking views of the valleys below. During your visit you may spot troupes of bushbucks, baboons, gazelles and buffaloes besides a klipspringer ocassionally.
What are the best things to do in Nairobi?
1. Explore Nairobi’s Uhuru Park: The renowned Uhuru Park is an assembly ground where religious and controversial political gatherings take place. On the fringe of the central city this manicured patch of green is an attractive park that offers respite from the downtown hustle and noise. You must come here to bond with friends and family over boat rides, quiet reading sessions and enjoy the stunning landscape graced by a discerning fountain at the backdrop.
Timing:8 AM - 6 PM
2. Visit Village Market: One of the largest shopping and entertainment destinations of East Africa has to be the Village Market. In this open-air setting of 210,000 square feet retail space, you can shop for the most exquisite jewelry pieces, made out of recycled horns, bones, and animal skin. Gorge on lip-smacking food in the food court and shop for everything from glassware to grocery. This modern entertainment and recreation center lets you enjoy water slides, a bowling sesh in the bowling alley besides a game of golf in the mini golf course. Catch the live musical performances here, held during holidays, or watch the latest cinema in this open-air African market.
Location:9 418 Limuru Road, Nairobi 00621
Timing:8:30 AM - 10 PM
3. Explore Kenya at the National Museum: Located atop Museum hill, the National Museum of Nairobi is just a 10-minute drive from Nairobi downtown. you spend your hours here in an educational way learning about the Kenyan tribal groups, the fossils from Turkana Lake and the 900 stuffed birds and mammals. The impressive assemblage of minerals and rocks besides information about a volcano’s life cycle and tectonic plates will enlighten, and amaze you.
Location:Museum Hill Road, Nairobi
Timing:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Sunday-Saturday)
Entry Fees:Adult: 300 KSH; Child: 150 KSH
4. Stay at the Luxurious Giraffe Manor: Spread across 12 acres of private land and within 140 acres of indigenous jungle the Giraffe Manor is an iconic place. Here you will find the jeopardised Rothschild giraffe as the resident herd casually wandering about the scenic grounds. You get to stay in elegant and beautifully furnished rooms and sleep on four-poster romantic beds. Breakfasts are a blithesome affair at the manor where you gorge on a mouth-watering menu. You enjoy gourmet dinners at night and enjoy a sesh of massage to soothe your weary limbs after an exhausting day. Photograph the giraffes over breakfast and enjoy guided forest walks at the Giraffe Manor.
Location:Gogo Falls Road, Nairobi, Kenya
5. Spend Time with Giraffe at the Nairobi Giraffe Centre: A sanctuary for the Rothschild giraffe, this Giraffe Center is a conservation, research and breeding center for the lofty crew of endangered beasts. You can spend a wholesome time here feeding the majestic creatures from elevated treetop platforms and watch them prance around. At the Center you can walk the nature trail that goes up to the Gogo river and gain knowledge about the conservation of wildlife. It is recommended that bird lovers should not miss out on the 1.5 kilometer (.9 mile) nature trail to watch a plethora of bird species.
Location:Duma Road, Nairobi 00509, Kenya
Timing:9 AM - 5 PM
Entry Fees:1000 KSH for adults; 500 KSH for children
6. Visit Marula Studios & Ocean Sole: If you are a footwear fanatic then come to the Ocean Sole in Marula Studios to shop for a comfy pair of flip flops. This Incredible Kenyan organization recycles flip-flops found in the waterways and beaches and transforms them into incredible work of art. You can come here to shop for fridge-magnet turtles, life-sized zebras, and learn about the threats of marine debris.
Location:Marula Ln, Nairobi, Kenya
Timing:9 AM- 8 PM (weekdays) 10 AM- 8 PM (sunday)
Entry Fees:Free entry
7. Visit Nairobi Elephant Orphanage: If you adore elephants especially the baby ones then you are going to love visiting the Nairobi Elephant Orphanage. This rehabilitation center takes care of the orphaned baby elephants who are too young to survive on their own in the wild. The care of the volunteers towards the babies will move you and you can also greet hello to the elephants if they come up to you.
Location:Nairobi Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi, Kenya
Timing:8:30 AM - 5 PM
Entry Fees:500 KSH
8. Tour with the Nai Nami Guys: Located in Nairobi downtown’s heart the Nai Nami is more of an awakening storytelling tour. You get to know about Nairobi beyond its history through the former school-dropout,school children who will be your guides during this tour. You will learn about their upbringing on the streets and ways in which these disadvantaged youth from the slums made their future.
Location:Insecta Center Braeside Gardens, Lavington, Kenya
Timing:12 AM - 11.59 PM
Entry Fees:Starts from 4000 KSH
9. Coffee at the Thorn Tree Café: The legendary Thorn Tree Café is a pavement cafe of Stanley Hotel that caters to the taste buds of most tourists with the perfect mix of good food. This cafe offers a quaint mix of tranquility and noise of traffic but the partially topped and side area of the cafe lets you enjoy the breeze. You can enjoy a wide selection of jams, breads and cakes at the cafe with Kenyan-style chicken stew and linguine with crab meat.
Location:Standard St, Nairobi, Kenya
Timing:6 AM - 9:30 PM
10. Amazing Views from the Top of the Kenyatta International Convention Centre: Take a lift up to reach the 27th floor of the iconic landmark of Kenyatta International Convention Centre and climb the remaining two floors to reach the center’s viewing platform. This exclusive saucer tower is not just a signature building with flashy glass edifices but has special significance in offering 360-degree stork-eye panoramic views from its helipad on the roof. You can view all corners of the Nairobi town and witness its wonderfully enmeshed madness.
Location:Harambee Avenue, Nairobi 00100, Kenya
Timing:8 AM - 5 PM
Entry Fees:Citizens Ksh 150, Residents Ksh 200, Foreigners Ksh 400
How can I reach Nairobi?
- By Air: you can reach Nairobi through the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport that is located south-east of Nairobi’s CBD, in the suburb of Embakasi. The airport has direct flight connections to Africa, Far East, Middle-East and Europe.
- By Road: You cannot reach Nairobi via road as you have to reach Nairobi's International Airport first. From there, you can easily board shuttles, and Matatus (14-18 seater minibuses) as these inexpensive and convenient options to travel in and around the Kenyan Capital.
- By Rail: Nairobi has its own railway station with trains coming from Mombasa, thrice a week. However, if you are coming from abroad you cannot reach Nairobi via rail. You must first reach the airport and take up train travels from there.
What is the best time to visit Nairobi?
The best time to visit Nairobi is during the dry months. You can visit anytime between July through to October and January to avoid the heavy showers of April. Also, wildlife viewing is at its best, as the wildebeest migrate and reach the Masai Mara during this time.
They stay until October from August and later head back to Tanzania’s Serengeti. Therefore, plan your trip during the coolest and driest months of July or August.
What is special about Nairobi?
The most special things about Nairobi include its rich culture, the people, historical museums that feature African art masterpieces from centuries, and the safari adventure that lets you spot the big 5.
Other things that make Nairobi special are its stunning gardens, and parks namely Nairobi Botanical Garden and Uhuru Park, besides thrift markets, delicious food (Nyama choma), and the vibrant nightlife.
Is Nairobi safe for tourists?
Nairobi is safe for tourists especially the City and Central City Square of the city are busy and safest. These locations are well policed and lit even at night. However, there are a few crime hotspots that you should avoid like Burburu, Mathare, Kasarani and Pangan. Walking is safe too but you must avoid the streets after dark and stick to traveling in groups of registered taxis.
Is Nairobi worth visiting?
Yes, Nairobi is totally worth visiting for the various tourist places it has. You can visit the Nairobi National Park and Masai Mara Reserve, stay at eco-friendly camps and set out for thrilling game drives or guided forest walks in these reserves.
Book a Nairobi holiday package and head to the largest and biggest depository, the Nairobi National Museum to spot impressive displays of fossils and other specimens. This city is definitely worth your time if you fancy wildlife safaris and wish to spot wildlife sightings near water bodies.
How much money do you need for 2 weeks in Kenya?
You need around 332,780 Kenyan shilling for a fun vacation in Kenya for two weeks. This amount equals INR 54,886.42 only for solo trippers. With 332,780 Kenyan shilling you can stay in a good hotel, explore the major Kenyan sights, have meals, and also set out for short safaris.
How many days are enough in Kenya?
2 weeks are perfect for a trip to Kenya. On days 1-3 you can explore the whole of Nairobi, days 4-5 can be spent touring Lake Nakuru, and days 6-7 can be spent touring the Masai Mara National Reserve.
The 8-10 day can be spent relaxing on the Diani Beach, days 11- 13 can be spent exploring the Lamu island. On the 14th day you can fly back home.
How much does a meal cost in Nairobi?
When dining out, an average meal in Nairobi can cost you around 311 Kenyan shillings (INR 205.16) per person. You may have to shell out 777 Kenyan shilling (INR 512.57) per day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
How much does a ticket to Nairobi National Park cost?
The charge to visit the Nairobi National Park will cost you around 400 Kenyan Shillings that amounts to INR 264.23.
Is Nairobi National Park worth a visit?
Yes, a visit to the Nairobi National Park is totally worth it as you will spot ostriches, giraffes, warthogs, buffaloes, gazelles, and lions. The national park exclusively features a safari walk that offers wildlife enthusiasts to spot wildlife on foot and also gaze at the numerous species of birds here.
What animals can be spotted in Nairobi National Park?
There are about 400 endemic and migratory birds and about 100 different species of animals. The animals include the unusual antelope oribi, Masai giraffe, cheetah, lion, buffalo, and warthogs besides various others. In birds, you will spot ostriches, common moorhen, blacksmith lapwing, herons, and long-tailed fiscals here.
How do I get to Nairobi National Park?
- By Air: You can board a direct flight to Kenya and reach the airports of Jomo Kenyatta or Wilson and from there you can use public transport to reach the park.
- By Train: after reaching Kenya just hop on Matatu 126 or 125 from the railway station of Nairobi. The journey will take about thirty-five minutes to reach the national park’s main gate.
- By Road: Hire any vehicle and traverse a distance of 10 kilometers from the Nairobi City Center to reach the Nairobi National Park.
What are the best adventure activities to do in Nairobi?
1. Hiking trails at Ngong Hills: If you love being challenged by going up each and every hill then set out for a stellar hiking experience along the Ngong Hills’ nature trails. Reaching the top and catching the serene views of the dense forest beneath, will give you all the chills.
2. Rock Climbing: For a challenging experience and test your endurance and strength head to the Climb Buesky at Nairobi’s Diamond Plaza to try out the indoor version of rock climbing.
3. White Water Rafting: Embark on one of the best Kenya adventure safaris by setting out on a rafting expedition along Tana and Ewaso Ngiro rivers in Nairobi.
4. Catch sighting of the “big five” at the Nairobi National park: Set out to explore the most dangerous animals, “The Big 5” that include the rhinoceros, Cape buffalo, leopard, lion and elephant.
5. Mountain Biking: Ride through the narrow paths and marvel at the beautiful nature as you set out for a chilled-out mountain biking experience in the stunning Karura Forest.
Which are the amazing nature and wildlife experiences in Nairobi?
1. Meet abandoned rhinos and elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife trust: Witness the volunteers caring for the abandoned elephants, and the babies being fed from giant baby bottles in this rehabilitation and rescue center, founded by Daphne Sheldrick.
2. Feed giraffes at the Giraffe center of Nairobi: Feed the graceful Rothschild’s giraffes with specially prepared pellets from the palm of your hand, at the Giraffe center or watch them feast from the acacia trees, at the Giraffe center.
3. Go on a Nairobi National Park safari: Set forth on a safari walk in this wildlife haven of Nairobi National Park safari to spot wildlife on foot, and bond with the orphaned rhinos and elephants here.
4. Enjoy a picnic amidst wildlife in the Karura Forest reserve: Enjoy a picnic at Karura Forest reserve’s gardens and catch sightings of butterflies, birds, and hike to a 15-meter multi-tiered waterfall, to watch monkeys clambering through trees or sit peacefully by the shady forest oasis.
5. Revel in the beauty of the views of Ngong hills: Traverse through the numerous walking trails at the Ngong hills and spot wildlife like baboons, bushbucks, gazelles, and klipspringer occasionally.
What kind of nightlife can I experience in Nairobi?
1. Let your hair down at the Zanzi Bar: Come to the top-floor warm bar of Zanzehere to unwind, try a glass of cold beer here and enjoy the presence of an eclectic crowd.
2. Enjoy live jazz music at the K1 club house: Make the most of jazz band performances in reggae outfits at the bougainvillea-draped K1 club, that will entice you with country music.
3. Enjoy the classical musical performances at Mzizi Arts Center: If you are a music and dance enthusiast then do not miss coming to Mzizi Arts Center that presents colorful and traditional spectacles performed by Samburu and Maasai tribes.
4. Sample brewed beer at the Brew Bistro: Head to the Brew Bistro to try out an assortment of ale, Pilsner Lager and Tuskers topped off with a magical ambiance.