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Nairobi City Tours

Nairobi City Tour (including August 7th memorial Park) – 5 hrs

This tour includes a drive through the city centre, the central business areas with views of KICC and the Parliament Buildings. The tour now also includes a visit to the August 7th Memorial Park, where the former US Embassy stood before it was bombed by terrorist on August 7th 1998, causing the deaths of 218 innocent people and injuring thousands of others.
Within the Park is The Peace Memorial Museum, which was created and designed within the Visitors Centre to honour those who lost their lives, as well as to tell the stories of those who survived and for those whose lives were changed forever. The images and exhibits on display are meant to educate the public on the appalling consequences of terrorism and sensitize visitors on the need for peace, tolerance and reconciliation. By the end of the museum tour it is hoped that each person will be inspired to support peace. Your tour will end with a visit to the Kenya National Museum.  

Price: From (Per Person US$100)


Nairobi City Tour

For those without much time for long safaris, here is a list of short excursions from Nairobi whose time ranges from 2 hrs to 2 days. These are particularly ideal for travelers with stop-overs in Nairobi or those in Nairobi for business.

Price: From (Per Person US$100)


The Carnivore Experience – 2 hrs

Lunch or dinner at The Carnivore Restaurant, considered “Africa’s greatest Eating Experience”. The Restaurant serves every type of barbecue meat imaginable, including four choices of wild game.

Price: From (Per person US$80)


Bomas of Kenya – 3 hrs

Enjoy the rich traditional music accompanied by dance at this cultural center, then take a guided tour of the different Bomas (huts) within the compound.

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Daily Departures Subject Minimum 2 people booking 

Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage (1100hrs – 1200hrs)

TOpen to the public from 11:00hrs to 12:00hrs daily. Located at The Nairobi National Park, Daphne Sheldrick’s Elephant Orphanage looks after and supports orphaned baby elephants and rhinos who have lost their mothers to poaching, death, injuries, on getting lost in the wild or other tragedies. Besides feeding, washing and walking the babies, Daphne and her dedicated staff of keepers provide emotional support to the orphans as they raise them to be released back into the wild when they are ready. It is worth a visit to the park to see the young elephants interacting with their keepers – playing, taking mud baths and being fed with milk. This is a rare sight to watch and a most memorable way to get up close to the babies and observe their playful habits, something which is not possible or even safe during your safari in the wild.

Price: From (Per person US$65)
Daily Departures Subject Minimum 2 people booking


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