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  Road Safaris  
2 days tsavo east
2 days tsavo east west
4 days  west, ambo, saltlick
4 days safaris nakuru mara
5 days, amboseli, tsavo west- tsavo east
5 days, aberdares, mara, nakuru
6 days, samburu, nakuru, mara
7 days safari kenya
7 days safari samburu,aberdares, l.nakuru, mara
7 days samburu, baringo, bogoria, nakuru & naivasha
11 days bird watching safari
Air Safaris
2 days Lamu Island
2 Days Samburu National park Reserve
2 days Zanzibar
3 days Safari Flight to Masai Mara
Tanzania Safaris
3 Days Lake Manyara- Ngorongoro
3 Days Lake Manyara Ngorongoro Crater- Tarangire
4 Days Ngorongoro crater
4 Days north Tanzania Safari
5 Days Tanzania Safari

Days Nairobi - Tanzania safari

6 Days Tanzania Safari
9 Days Serengeti Safari- Kenya
5 Days Ngorongoro - Lake Manyara
1 Day Tsavo East
1 Day Wasini Island
1 Day Shimba Hills
1 Bush tour
1 Malindi tour
1 Mombasa By Night
1 Mombasa tour
1 Nairobi City Tour
1 Tamarind dhow
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Nairobi city

The tour covers the city centre, the markets, Parliament, the Railway Museum, and the National Museum, where there are realistic displays of early man, tribal regalia and the flora and fauna of Kenya. A visit to the snake park is also included.

Nairobi is the smallest province in Kenya with head quarters in Nairobi city which is also the capital city of Kenya. Nairobi is the start point and end point for the many safaris in East Africa. Jomo Kenyatta international Airport located a few minutes from the capital Nairobi is the biggest and busiest airport in the region. It's a major exit and entry point for travelers from many parts of the world. The airport borders Nairobi National park and it’s possible to spot some animals in horizons as you land.
Nairobi has many hotels and it's always easy to find accommodation. While Nairobi might not be the main safari attraction, the region has many attractions, among them;-
(i)Nairobi Safari Walk
Nairobi Safari Walk is a splendid conservation facility designed to enhance visitor's appreciation of Kenya's flora and fauna. It is a showcase of Kenya's vast natural diversity. Nairobi Safari Walk provides visitor with an experience of Kenya's three eco-systems namely the savannahs, forests and wetlands. Located 7 Kilometers from Nairobi city, Nairobi Safari Walk gives visitor a clear picture of what to look forward to in Kenyan National Parks. Visitors can walk along the raised boardwalk, through the different habitats and observe from close range the wonderful variety of wildlife in each eco-system. The raised wood walkways provide souring views out over the shimmering stretches of savannah in the Nairobi National Park with observation points down onto waterholes and the wildlife that frequent them. Meandering through 27 acres of wilderness, Safari Walk offers a neatly encapsulated walking safari. The Safari walk is open everyday from 8:30 am to 15:30 pm
(ii)Bomas of Kenya
Bomas of Kenya was established in 1971 with an aim of promoting and preserving Kenya's diverse cultures. It is a cultural village that serves as Kenya's cultural microcosm. Bomas of Kenya offers visitors an opportunity to experience diverse culture and values through dances and traditional performance by entertainers from many tribes in Kenya. It is located in Langata near the main gate of Nairobi National Park . The word “Boma” means homestead in Swahili.  Bomas of Kenya has more to offer on top of Taarab music,  Kalenjin warrior dances and vigorous Embu drumming among other captivating performances. Traditional homesteads of various tribes presents visitors with good opportunity to taste Kenya's diverse traditions and culture while just about 20 minutes from the capital Nairobi. There are also meeting halls, picnic sites, kids playground and sports facilitie
(iii)Butterfly Africa
Kenya is home for more than 1000 butterfly species and the largest butterfly has a wingspan of 15 to 17 centimeters. At butterfly Africa Nairobi, you will see the largest and smallest butterflies in Kenya . The butterfly sanctuary is housed in an expansive green house of tropical trees offering a rare insight into the complex world of butterflies. There are guided tours in the sanctuary and explanation about environment, appearance and behavior of the butterflies. The butterfly sanctuary is open to visitor from 9 am to 16:30 pm and is located on Dagoretti road in Karen, Nairobi.
(iv)Giraffe Centre
Giraffe Centre was established in an attempt to save the endangered Rothschild giraffe. The Rothschild giraffe had lost its natural habitat in western Kenya due sub-division and resettlement and only 130 Rothschild giraffe were remaining. With the land divided up and fenced off, the Rothschild giraffe's future looked bleak. In 1979, Jock Leslie Melville and his wife setup African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (A.F.E.W Kenya ) in USA to raise money to relocate five groups of the giraffe to safe areas. Four herds of the Rothschild giraffe were relocated to lake Nakuru National Park , Nasalot Game Reserve, Ruma National Park and Mwea Game Reserve.

There are now 300 Rothschild giraffes all safe in various National Parks and Reserves in Kenya. The Giraffe Centre is home for about 14 resident Rothschild giraffes. Recently, young giraffes born at the Giraffe center were moved to Sergoit ranch in Eldoret, Soy Sambu ranch near Lake Elemetaita and Kigio Conservancy. At the Giraffe Centre, you will be able to hand feed, observe and even kiss the friendly Rothschild giraffes. Visitors at the Giraffe Centre can also take a guided walk though the sanctuary nature trail. The Giraffe Centre helps educate Kenyan children about Kenya's wildlife and environment while giving local and international visitors a chance to come into close contact with these remarkable, graceful animals.
(v)Karen Blixen Museum
Karen Blixen Museum is located on the outskirts of Nairobi and is the farmhouse where Karen Blixen lived from 1914 to 1931. Karen Blixen is popularly known for her book "out of Africa" which was published in the late 1930's. The red tiled house was built in 1910 and has been preserved as a museum. She bought the 6,000 acres land property in 1917. She developed 600 acres into a coffee plantation while remaining was maintained as natural forests. The house was presented to the Kenyan government by the Danish government at independence. The Danish government renovated the house and it was used in the filming of " Out of Africa ", one of the best films about colonial Africa. The film featured one of the retired trains from Nairobi Railway Museum. The Karen Blixen Museum was opened to the public in 1986. It is beautiful colonial house that along with the lovely gardens have been restored to their former glory.
Karen Blixen also known as Karen Dinesen left for Africa on ship from Naples in 1913. She married her Swedish cousin named Baron Bror von Blixen Finecke and moved to Kenya where they established a coffee plantation in the outskirts of Nairobi. They separated in 1921 and were divorced in 1925. She later met Denys Finch Hatton with whom she lived from 1926 to 1931. Finch, an English big game hunter was killed in an air crash during his frequent visits to Tsavo . After that, Karen moved back to Denmark in 1931 where she wrote the famous memoir Out Of Africa. She died on September 7th 1962.
(vi)National Museum of Kenya
National Museum of Kenya is situated a few minutes from Nairobi city center on Museum Hill road, off Uhuru Highway toward Westland’s. The East Africa Natural History Society established National Museum of Kenya in 1910 with an aim of conducting scientific research in East Africa. The museum is now a government body responsible for managing museums and monuments in Kenya. National Museum houses extensive ornithological collections, animals and ethnographic displays of various tribes in Kenya. Within the national Museum grounds is a snake park where visitors can view live snakes such as Black Mamba and other reptiles. There is also a recreated Kikuyu homestead . Visitor will also be able to observe exhibits of fossil from Lake Turkana, geological displays, rock arts from Tanzania and exhibits about topics such as Swahili and Asian culture in Kenya and Masai Mara wildlife . The National Museum of Kenya is open from 9:30 am to 18:30pm.

(vii)David Sheldrick Wildlife trust
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is located on a plot inside Nairobi National Park . David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a non-profit organization established in 1977 in honor of the late David Sheldrick. David was the founder warden of Tsavo National Park . David and his Kenya born wife Daphne pioneered techniques of raising orphaned animals mainly and re-introducing them back to the wild. Sheldrick animal orphanage is the first to successfully hand rear infant elephants and return them to the elephant community in the National Parks when grown. For 28 years, Daphne Sheldrick struggled to perfect the complex animal husbandry and milk formula for the infant elephants.

Orphaned by poachers and natural causes, infant elephants face certain death and can only survive the trauma if adopted and nurtured until they can be independent. The orphaned animals at Sheldrick animal orphanage are given 24 hours care by their keepers who became their replacement family. Sheldrick Wildlife Trust works in close ties with Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) in various projects. The trust has a mobile veterinary unit that serves Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks. The unit also covers Amboseli National Park, Shimba Hills National Reserve and Chyulu Hills . The trust also operates de-snaring teams in the expansive Tsavo National Park. David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has also been involved in massive re-location of elephants between major National Parks. Sheldrick Animal orphanage is located just a few minutes from Nairobi and it's a heartwarming experience that should not be missed. It is open for visitors strictly between 11 am and 12noon when the orphans are enjoying their habitual mad bath. Entry is free.

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