There are numerous activities to do in Nairobi. This is a classic city tour that will take you around Nairobi to showcase the best the city has to offer.
Game drives will be conducted by an English speaking driver/guide throughout the safari.
Prices include lunch on safari.
Pick from your hotel at 6:30am and proceed to Nairobi national park for game drives until 10:30am. A safari in Nairobi National Park, only 13 km (eight miles) from the city centre. In the park is the Animal Orphanage where sick, wounded and abandoned animals are cared for and rehabilitated into the park, as well as an Educational Centre featuring a Safari Walk. Lion and Cheetah roam in sight of Mt. Kenya and beneath airplanes on their approach to the international Airport. Monkeys, buffalo and several species of plains’ game abound.
Proceed for Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage which opens their gates from 11:00am to 1200 noon where infant elephant and rhino (orphaned because of poaching activities) are cared for and eventually returned to the wild in Tsavo National Park. The centre is open every morning and visitors can watch the calves bathing in the mud hole and being bottle fed by their human surrogate mothers. At 1230hrs you will be driven for lunch.
A tour of the Karen Blixen Museum situated at the foot of the Ngong Hills. The Museum was originally the home of Karen Blixen of the Out of Africa fame. She came to Kenya from Denmark in the early part of the 19th century; the present museum site is at the heart of the larger coffee plantation run by Blixen between 1914 and 1931. The house and surrounding land was donated by the Danish government to Kenya at independence; the house was restored by the Danish government and was used during the filming of Out of Africa, which immortalized Karen Blixen’s book by the same name. Much of the original furniture is on display in the house, and combined with the beautifully landscaped gardens and encompassing view of the Ngong Hills, the Museum has continued to be very popular destination for international and local visitors. The original kitchen has been restored and is now open for viewing. A Dove Stove similar to the one used by Blixen is on display, as are other period kitchen utensils.
“Have time to feed the gentle Rothchild’s Giraffe at the Giraffe Centre an educational centre and part of African Fund for Endangered Wildlife. Afterwards admire authentic African Art and Craft at Utamaduni and drive back to your town Hotel.
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