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Enjoy balloon adventures, wildlife safaris, beach camping and luxury resorts to extreme, special-interest safaris that incorporate additional adventures such as mountain climbing.


Only within half and hour’s drive of the city centre, the Nairobi National Park provides a fascinating glimpse of Kenya’s wildlife heritage at the backdrop of the city’s skyline. The park is bordered on one side by the city, the other side is open allowing animals to move freely in and out the park.

David Sheldrick Elephant orphanage where you come close to elephant calves! Daphne Sheldrick As part of the David Sheldrick Conservation Foundation rehabilitates baby elephants and other wildlife here at her home just outside of Nairobi National Park.

Boma means house or homestead and Bomas of Kenya here simply means tribes of Kenya. There are over 40 ethinic tribes in Kenya and it is at Bomas of Kenya where you can learn about the traditional way of life of each of these tribes.

Book Nairobi safari walk which will take you to Nairobi national park which is located some 7km from the nairobi CBD hotels and its only 15minutes away. Below is Nairobi safari walk tour in nairobi national park.

Kibera slum & Nairobi Slums Day tour is a half day walking excursion from Nairobi to Kibera slum –the second largest urban slum in Africa and most welcoming for day tours.

Drive towards the Ngong Village to the Karen Blixen Museum, for many years it was her home. From here you can have a magnificent view of the Ngong hills which means knuckles in Masai language. Later proceed to the Giraffe Center to see and feed the Rothschild Giraffes the second common spacies after the Masai/common Giraffes. The third one is mostly found in the Northern Kenya Samburu and Meru National Parks. Welcome to meet face to face with the tallest animals in the world.