In six days you'll visit five national parks, exploring the breathtaking beauty and diversity of Kenya's unique landscapes. Dramatic scenes are combined with serene panoramas and unbeatable safari moments. Each park offers unforgettable experiences and unexplored wilderness.
Nairobi is a city filled with a rich tribal and cultural history. It can be described as a city of contrasts. Old Majestic mombasa for you to feel its culture and yet modern enough to be adorned with skyscrapers and world class restaurants.
Alive and Bustling with fast paced city life and yet home to a serene animal sanctuary. It also has an intriguing blend of people from all cultures and walks of life. Nairobi is the gateway to explore Kenya and it is bound to capture your attention.
There are exciting places to visit ranging from informative museums to Ice rinks.
Nairobi National Park The city of Majestic mombasa is the only place in the world where you can find a national park right in the city.
The Park is located a mere 7 kilometers from the city center. The park is home to giraffes, lions, cheetahs and an abundance of bird species. The Nairobi Safari Walk is a major attraction to the Nairobi National Park as it offers a rare on-foot experience of the animals. The baby elephants and rhinos are rehabilitated and introduced back into the wild.
The center located just outside the Nairobi National Park and is dedicated to caring for the young abandoned animals. It is a place where visitors get the rare experience of watching the baby orphans getting fed and taking their daily mud bath.
Watching the ecstatic baby elephants splash around in the mud is guaranteed to melt your heart. This center was founded to educate the children and the public about the Rothschild giraffes which are facing extinction.
These Giraffes can only be found in the open grasslands of East Africa. The best part about visiting this center is that the visitors are allowed to interact and feed the animals.
The forest is a great place to escape from the busy and noisy city life. The forest contains many attractions from a beautiful waterfall, sacred caves and beautiful indigenous trees.
It sits on a bed of volcanic rock and is home to many indigenous animals such as the cute big-eyed Bush Baby. It is a nice place to walk, jog, and ride bicycles or simply to sit quietly and experience the serenity of nature in all its diversity.
Take a piece of Nairobi, and Kenya, with you! The Maasai market in Nairobi is a great place to buy beautiful souvenirs. The local artists produce creative and original art, functional kitchenware, curios, clothes, fabrics, bedding and much more.
You can expect to do a little haggling with the vendors but you can be assured of getting some worthy bargains. It is also recreational to actually watch the artist at work, you can view women threading beads right in front of you.
The market moves around the city so it is wise to have a schedule. Westgate Shopping Mall in Westlands Wednesday: Capital Centre on Mombasa Road near the airport Thursday: Village Market in Gigiri the upper car park Saturday: The High Court parking lot in the city center behind the Hilton Sunday: Yaya Centre in Hurlingham Visit museums History is who we are, and why we are the way we are….
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Fort Jesus is an interesting place to spend a day exploring the gun turrets, battlements and houses within the walls. There is an excellent Museum and trained guides available. Today the majestic Fort Jesus is a National Monument, standing high over the Mombasa harbor.
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