Nairobi is the capital of Kenya. The name comes from Maasai “Enkare Nairobi” and means a place of “cool waters”. Here you will find the largest airport in East and Central Africa, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, named after the country's first president, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. The accommodation is in luxurious 5 star hotels and also in budget hotels. Nairobi is best known for the Nairobi national park, David Sheldrick wildlife trust, Giraffe Centre, Karen Blixen Museum, Nairobi national museum, Bomas of Kenya and Ngong Hills.


nairobi national park

Nairobi is one of the few cities in the world to have a safari park on its borders and the oldest national park in Kenya. The park is only 15 minutes drive from.

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david sheldrick wildlife trust

Located on the borders of Nairobi National Park, this is a must visit for any animal lover.

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giraffe centre

The center can also be found on the edge of Nairobi National Park. Visitors can come face to face with Rothschild's giraffe in danger.

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At the foot of the Ngong Hills is the former home of the famous African namesake author, Karen Blixen.

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The museum features several exhibits of cultural and natural history, including over 900 stuffed bird and mammal fossils from Lake Turkana

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The hills are the tops of a ridge overlooking the Great Rift Valley, and many white settlers established their farms here in early colonial times

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The name Mara means "spotted". This is a must visit and is on the wish list of nature lovers around the world. Great migration or the great migration from July to October, when thousands of wildebeest, Thomson's gazelle and zebra travel between here and the Serengeti plains, Maasai Mara offers some of Africa's best wildlife viewing. This is a time-honored pilgrimage that is one of Africa's greatest spectacles. The park is famous for the “Big Five” and large numbers of predators such as lions, cheetahs and leopards while hippos and crocodiles thrive in the Mara River.


Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, is a sight to behold from this diverse park, which is famous for its large herds of elephants. The different habitats consist of a swamp system, dense forests, savanna and Lake Wmbaseli. Big cats such as cheetah, lions but also waterbuck, gazelle, impala and more than 600 bird species can be found in this park.


Tsavo national park consisting of Tsavo East and West. This is Kenya's largest national park. and has the largest population of elephants in the country.
Tsavo West is the dense foliage and makes animal life difficult to spot. But the lush landscapes make a beautiful backdrop for photos. Chaimu crater is a place to see raptors, Mzima springs is filled with crocodiles and hippos and Ngulia Rhino sanctuary gives opportunities to see rhinoceroses.
Tsavo east has large herds of elephants, waterfalls, and a diversity of wildlife


This park is also called the largest bird spectacle in the world. The swamp and grassland is interspersed with acacias and rocky cliffs. The lake is shallow soda lake which is so alkaline. This park is known for the enormous numbers of flamingos and 400 other bird species. The southern white rhinoceros and the East African black rhinoceros live around the lake. the endangered Rothschild giraffe, buffalo, lion, cheetah, leopard and many antelope can also be found in the park.


Mombasa is Kenya's 2nd largest city and unlike business Nairobi you will find locals here who still wear traditional clothing. The city is full of activity with a continuous flow of traffic. Mombasa was and still is the largest and most important port city on the East African coast. It is Kenya's oldest city and has been dominated by the Chinese, Portuguese, Oman Arabs and British, all of whom left their mark on its culture and historical sites. There are 3 main districts namely the harbour, the modern city center and Old Town. However, Mombasa is best known for its exotic white sand beaches, one of the best in Africa. Off the coast are beautiful coral reefs. There are opportunities for snorkelling, diving, deep sea fishing and various water sports. During a visit to Mombasa you can visit the Old Town, the harbor, Fort Jesus, Moi Avenue, shops and markets.

the old town

Get a picture of how daily life played out hundreds of years ago. The inhabitants are mainly of Arab descent, this is clearly visible in the architecture.

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mamba village

This is north of Mombasa. This farm consists of several departments. For example, there is a separate place where crocodiles are bred.

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haller park

Just outside the city is the beautiful Haller Park, a small zoo where it seems that you are in the middle of a spectacular wildlife park.

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fort jesus

One of Mombasa's most famous landmarks is the historic Fort Jesus. Built in 1593 by order of the King of Portugal, it served as the Portuguese headquarters

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elephant tusks

Those are 2 pairs of huge crossed elephant tusks that arch across Moi Avenue in the center of town.

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sunny beaches

Enjoy the beautiful sunny beaches with world-class hotels

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