NAIROBI CITY TOUR -3HOURS
A guided tour of the city of Nairobi that will include the colourful city market and its surrounding beautiful bazaars On display are tribal regalia and lovely African designed clothings that suits your safari.Also included is Kenyatta conference center,visit the parliament building nearby ,the railways museum and the Nairobi University. The tour ends with a visit to the snake park and national museum.Return to the city in time for lunch.(3 Hrs)
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK-4HOURS
Nairobi is an ultra-modern city but its unique in that within its vicinity is a national park and its precincts an a ward- winning animal sanctuary, where injured animals are nursed back to good health and later released into the wild to roam in the natural habitant.
With 117 square kilometers of pristine savannah and a huge stock of immigrating game, this area is unique. Only 10 km separates the city of Nairobi from the park, where game animals and the huge carnivore which prey upon them, exists as they did in the Africa of old.
A few black rhino can be seen, while the main attraction is lion, cheetah, with hippo in the river. There are no elephants. Although more birds have been recorded than in the British Isle, many are seasonal.
There was a time not so long ago, when lions roamed the streets of Nairobi. Nowardays they can be found only 14 kilometres from the city center in Nairobi National Park. This small park contains most of the animals to be seen on more extended safaris such as the rhino, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe and plenty of antelopes and gazelles.
BOMAS OF KENYA- 3 HOURS
Just a few kilometers from the city exists an attempt of creating a living museum of indigenous Kenyan life - The Bomas of Kenya. Here numerous homesteads (bomas) reflecting Kenya's cocktail of cultures have been recreated to portray the traditional lifestyles of Kenya's many tribes. Also enjoy colourful performances by dancers which depict events in their respective tribes.
UTAMADUNI CRAFTS CENTER.
"Utamaduni meaning culture, tradition, and folklore has become one of the major tourist attractions in Nairobi center on the route to Karen blixen Museum, Sheldrick animal orphanage, the girrafe center, Nairobi National park, utamaduni is a unique shopping experience with eighteen distinctly appointed shops, offering a wealth of Kenyan culture. The Utamaduni "veranda" Restaurant is burstling with bird life, blossoms and bountiful hearty meals, thre Veranda offers a variety of tempting salads, homemade pasta, pizza, sandwitches, luscious desserts and the famous Zanzibar soup
THE CARNIVOR - 2HOURS
The Carnivore Restaurant is famous for the meals it serves. It is rated amongst the 50 beast restaurants in the world, and a meal here is considered “Africa’s greatest Eating Experience”. Carnivore has a wide variety of barbeques and includes a wide range of wild game meat.
KAREN BLIXEN MUSEUM & GIRAFFE CENTRE- 4 HOURS
Karen estates are the former home of Lady Karen Von Blixen, author of the book ‘Out of Africa’. The house has been preserved by the National Museums of Kenya to the time of Lady Karen’s residence. The surrounding area, now called Karen Estates, was the site of her coffee plantation. Tour her lovely home and garden which opens up to a beautiful view of the Ngong Hills.
Karen Blixen's home lies on the foot of Ngong hills, is now preserved as a museum. Furniture, artefacts and photographs from her days as a pioneer coffee farer. Afterwards, continue to the giraffe center nearby where families of the rare Rothschild giraffe can be hand fed and photographed from a platform at giraffe's eye level. Afternoon tea is served at the center before returning to Nairobi.
BUTTERFLY AND EDUCATION
It's a place where something new is to be learnt every visit.A live butterfly house. Flying house respledent with Kenyan butterflies. The caterpillar cave offers one of the most delicious meals you are likely to find in a Nairobi . You can also get the most amazing butterfly memorabilia