This is a sight-seeing tour of Nairobi, the green city in the sun. Viewing the shopping center, the City Market tour, Parliament buildings, Railway museum safari tour and finally a visit to the National museum Tour.
Only a few minutes drive from the center of Nairobi Town or From the Jomo Kenyatta International airport for a safari, a variety of wildlife lies and roams freely in this unique park which covers an area of 44 square miles. The chief attraction here is the African Lion. The only member of the big five not found here is the elephant. The tour also includes a visit to the animal orphanage near the main entrance of the park, where sick and stray animals are kept before returning to the wild.
A drive to the Bomas of Kenya situated off Langata Road 15kms from the City Centre. This is 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 handicrafts displayed at the Bomas of Kenya.
Drive through the breath-taking view of the Rift Valley, Mt. Longonot, Lake Naivasha, Lake Elementaita and to Nakuru. Lake Nakuru (about 18 square meters) is the home of masses of flamingoes, and a large species of other birds can be seen here. In garden surroundings Water Buck Reed Buck, Impala, Thomson’s Gazelle and Buffalo area also easily seen. Lunch is provided either in a lodge
|Karen Blixen Museum (3 hrs) – Departs daily at 14:00hrs|
|This museum was 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 and surrounding land was donated by the Danish government to Kenya at independence; 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 was opened to the public in 1986.|
|Much of the original furniture is on display in the house, and combined with the beautifully landscaped gardens and encompassing view of the Ngong Hills, the Museum has continued to a be very popular destination for international and local visitors.|
|The original kitchen has been restored and is now open for viewing. A Dove Stove similar to the one used by Blixen is on display, as are other period kitchen utensils. Reconstruction of the coffee factory as an additional attraction is underway and other early farm machinery is also on display, depicting the early settler life in Kenya.|