General

This tour of the Nairobi city will take you via most of Nairobi’s landmark buildings like the Kenya’s Parliament, The Office of the President, the Central bank of Kenya, City Market, The Kenyatta International Conference Centre, The High Court, The University of Nairobi, The Macmillan Memorial Library, Jamia Mosque and the viewpoint on Nairobi Hill. This tour will further take you to visit the Nairobi Museum and the Snake Park.

Nairobi National Museum is located at the Museum Hill, approximately 10 minutes drive from the Nairobi city centre. It is a national museum communicating a national message in a universal context. It does so through focused public programmes that address different societal needs. The museum aims to interpret heritage of Kenya to stimulate appreciation and learning.

This museum is open daily (including public holidays) from 0930hrs – 1800hrs

Nairobi Snake Park
The Nairobi Snake Park (NSP) is one of the NMK’s attractions located within the compound of the Nairobi National Museum. It is extremely popular with visitors, both local and international. On display are, cobras, puff adders, mambas and the large African-Rock python (non-poisonous) found only in Kenya. Several species of crocodile found in Africa, the American alligator, fresh water terrapins and tortoises are also on display aquariums holding coral fish from the East African lakes and rivers are a main feature of the park.

The tour will end at your Nairobi Hotel.

If you have time in Nairobi you can visit Maasai Market

Tuesdays downtown, Fridays at Village Market, and Sundays at Yaya Centre. The place to get traditional hand made ornaments of any kind. Buy souvenirs or presents and to learn how to bargain here!

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Nairobi

Nairobi  If you are traveling to Kenya for a Kenya safari holiday, chances are that your first stop will be Nairobi. Kenya’s capital is the biggest city between Johannesburg and Cairo and a place of stark contrasts. Crowded, noisy and eternally busy, it is the economic, political and administrative centre of Kenya. Nevertheless, decades of Read more

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