This is a sightseeing tour of Nairobi, the green city in the sun. Viewing the shopping district, the City Market, Parliament buildings, National museum and finally a visit to the Arboretum.
Only a few minutes drive from the center of Nairobi, a variety of wildlife lies and roams freely in this unique park which covers an area of 44 square miles whose chief attraction is the African Lion. The only member of the big five not found here is the elephant. The tour includes a visit to the animal orphanage, where sick and stray animals are kept before returning to the wild.
A short drive from the City Center, this an amazing set up that offers you a first hand experience of the culture and lifestyle of many of Kenya’s tribal groups. Enjoy the rich traditional dances. Villages and variety of handicrafts on display.
Just 95km from Nairobi, the Tana River offers an exciting day of White-Water thrills (and often spills). You can choose to tackle easy class II and III waters, or the bigger class IV or V rapids. A full barbecue lunch awaits you at the campsite. From the sides of our oar-boats you view the abundant bird life that inhabits the lush riverine forest bordering the banks of the river.
Dedicated to environment conservation and preservation of endangered wildlife, and home to endangered Rothschild giraffes, the center has over 100 acres of undeveloped indigenous forest, the remnant of the natural forest that once surrounded Nairobi. The forest has an impressive variety of bird species. Which can be viewed throughout the year.
Originally the home of Karen Blixen, who came to Kenya from Denmark in the early part of this century, the present museum site is at the heart of the larger coffee plantation run by Blixen between 1914 and 1931. The house was restored by the Danish government and was used during the filming of Out of Africa, which immortalized Karen Blixen’s book by the same name. The museum has beautifully landscaped gardens and an encompassing view Ngong Hills.
Drive through the breath-taking view of the Rift Valley, Mt. Longonot, Lake Naivasha, and Lake Elementaita and to Nakuru. Lake Nakuru is the home of masses of flamingoes, and a large species of other birds can be seen here.
In garden surroundings Waterbuck Reed Buck, Impala. Thomson’s Gazelle and Buffalo area also easily seen. Lunch is provided either in a lodge or a camp in the Park. After lunch the tour returns to Nairobi, arriving at about 18:00hrs.
The waiters then carry these swords around the restaurant, carving unlimited amounts of the prime meats onto sizzling, cast iron plates in front of you. A wide selection of salads, vegetable side dishes, and a variety of exotic sauces accompany the meat feast. Dessert and coffee follow this. The full meal including a soup course is at a set price.