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Nairobi Excursions

Nairobi Carnivore Restaurant Tour

Langata Suburb of Nairobi, Kenya, the Carnivore Restaurant Nairobi is an Open-Air Restaurant situated close to Wilson Airport, about 5 kilometers /3 Miles from Nairobi centre. The Carnivore Restaurant Nairobi opened in September 1980 to instant success. This restaurant is a must for Meat Lovers.

 

Nairobi David Shedrick Elephant Tour

Daphne Shedrick Elephant Orphanage situated on the outskirts of Nairobi. The Sanctuary cares for orphaned baby Elephants, tame black and white rhino calves and adults

 

Nairobi Bomas of Kenya Cultural Tour

Bomas of Kenya is located in Langata, Nairobi near the main gate of Nairobi National Park. Bomas of Kenya offers you "Kenya in a miniature". It lets you see the wonderful diversity of cultures that make up Kenya.

 

The Giraffe Centre Tour - African Fund For Endangered Wildlife

Giraffe Centre also known as The African Fund for Endangered Wildlife Kenya (A.F.E.W. Kenya) is situated on both the edge of the Nairobi National Park. This tour gives a completely up close and personal interaction where guests have the opportunity to view giraffes as well as feed them.

 
Nairobi Karen Blixen Tour

Karen Blixen Museum is the beautiful farmhouse where Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa, lived between 1917 and 1931, until she left Kenya after a series of personal tragedies. The Museum has a beautiful mature garden and a superb view of the Ngong Hills, which Blixen described so tenderly in her book.

 
Nairobi City Tour

Nairobi City Tour offers you a perfect opportunity to learn about Kenyan History, Traditions, and Tastes & Culture. During your tour of Nairobi, you will visit a variety of places. These are: Snake Park, Kenya National Museum, Kenyan Parliament Building, Shopping Bazaars and Local Shopping Markets.

 
Animal Orphanage

Nairobi Animal Orphanage was established in 1964 as a refuge for wild animals found abandoned, orphaned or injured throughout Kenya. It is located along Langata Road adjacent to Nairobi National Park, a short distance past the Carnivore Restaurant as you drive away from the city centre. Nairobi Animal Orphanage showcases Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Warthogs, Crested Cranes, Antelopes and Baboons, among other wild animals.

 
Nairobi National Park Night Game Drive

Nairobi National Park is a unique ecosystem by being the only protected area in the world close to Nairobi city. Nairobi National Park Night Game Drives are a more exciting way to spend a night in Nairobi. Nairobi This Park is completely different in the dark. The big cats come out to hunt and you will see animals you won't see during the day. It’s a completely different world.

 
Karen Blixen & Ngong Hills Trek

Depart your hotel at 09:00 and head south to the leafy suburb of Karen (named after Karen Blixen). To have a greater context for the day, and Karen’s life, we visit her house and farm, which is now a museum. From here we continue south around 20km southwest of Nairobi centre to the Ngong Hills. Views of these hills were loved by Karen, and are now the burial grounds for Karen’s lover Denys Finch-Hatton. After a walk across the hills and picnic lunch, we return to Nairobi around 17:00.

 
Thika Special

Thika town is 45kms from the city centre and within the town you find the Blue Posts Hotel. The hotel was first established in 1908 as a stopover for the white settlers who farmed and lived in the central part of the country on their way out and back to the city. During the Second World War in 1939 the British Army camped on the site and built up a few bandas whose posts they were standing on were painted blue and this is where the name Blue Posts originated. Today two rivers namely Thika River and Chania River each with a natural waterfall surround the hotel popularly known as ‘Hidden Jewel of Thika’. Both rivers originate from the Aberdare Ranges though from different sources.

 
Mt. Longonot and Lake Naivasha

Leave Nairobi City – The concrete Jungle and drive westwards stopping at the viewpoint on the Great Rift Valley and view the Loita Plains and also from here you can see Lake Naivasha sparkling in the sun thousands of feet below. Then proceed to Lake Naivasha (and this is the highest Lake in The Rift Valley). Also Lake Naivasha is famous in the 1930’s as a staging post for Imperial Airways Flying Boat Services from Durban to London.

Nairobi Carnivore Restaurant Tour

Langata Suburb of Nairobi, Kenya, the Carnivore Restaurant Nairobi is an Open-Air Restaurant situated close to Wilson Airport, about 5 kilometers/3 Miles from Nairobi centre. The Carnivore Restaurant Nairobi opened in September 1980 to instant success. This restaurant is a must for Meat Lovers. For one Set Price as much freshly barbecued meat as you can eat is presented to. The Carnivore Restaurant Nairobi is a unique experience. This open-air meat specialty restaurant has become a standard stop on the safari trail. Every type of meat imaginable, including four choices of wild game, is roasted on traditional Masai swords (skewers) over a huge, visually spectacular charcoal pit that dominates the entrance of the restaurant. After this meal, dessert and coffee follow. The famous Carnivore Dawa cocktail was introduced to Kenya at the Carnivore. Dawa in Swahili means medicine or a health revival potion. The Carnivore "Dawa" is the drink chosen to hydrate, refresh and sharpen the taste buds.

Carnivore Restaurant Nairobi Menu: Soup of the day with homemade fresh brown bread for starters. The variety of meats served include:- Whole joints of meat - legs of lamb and pork, haunches of venison, rumps of beef, sirloin steaks of lamb, Pork sausages, Beef sausages, chicken wings, Chicken yakitori, Chicken tikka, Chicken livers and gizzards, Pork spare ribs, Leg of pork and skewered kidneys, turkey and much more. Crocodile / Camel / Haunch of exotic meat (Ostrich) - The meats are constantly basted and turned until perfectly cooked; the meat is succulent and well flavored. Vegetables and Salads: - wide selection of salads (mixed salad, rice salad, kidney beans, corn relish, coleslaw), vegetable side dishes accompanies the meat dishes. Sauces include (garlic, fruit salsa, sweet and sour, masala, mint, and chili) the restaurant also offers vegetarian dishes. Choice of Desserts (apple pie, cheesecake, strawberries and ice creams)

Nairobi David Shedrick Elephant Tour

Daphne Shedrick Elephant Orphanage situated on the outskirts of Nairobi (approximately 45 minutes drive). David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is located on a plot within the Nairobi National Park and the Sanctuary cares for orphaned baby Elephants, tame black and white rhino calves and adults.

Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage, located in a secluded area of the Nairobi National Park, where orphaned baby elephants amongst other animals are taken care of by a dedicated team of conservationists. The orphanage is run by Daphne Sheldrick, the wife of the late famous Naturalist, David William Sheldrick who was the founder Warden of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya from its inception in 1948 to 1976. At 1100 Hours, the baby animals are brought from the National Park for a mud-bath at the orphanage, where for an hour you can get close to them and sometimes touch them. You may not feed the animals but will get a chance to view the handlers feeding them. The private session at 3.00pm allows you to touch the animals and feed them. This requires advance booking through African Spice Safaris. Open for only an hour daily. You can visit between 1100 Hours and 1200 Hours every day and see the elephants being fed and playing. In addition, there is a keeper who will give a talk about the elephants, where they came from, how they are getting on, and how some of the previous orphans are progressing. You can get really close to the elephants. The orphanage also takes in rhinos and so if you are lucky you will get the chance to see a young rhino.

Nairobi Bomas of Kenya Cultural Tour

Bomas of Kenya is located in Langata, Nairobi near the main gate of Nairobi National Park. BOMA” is a Swahili for homestead, and this is what you will find at this famous venue located a few minutes’ drive from the City Centre. This introduces you to Kenya’s 16 major tribes and the homesteads reflect the diversity of the country’s rich culture. The highlights of Bomas of Kenya tour is a display of traditional dances and acrobatic shows performed at the venues expansive arena.

Maasai people performing at Bomas: Bomas of Kenya offers you "Kenya in a miniature". It lets you see the wonderful diversity of cultures that make up Kenya. The term Bomas, meaning "homestead", are displayed on your tour; each represent one of Kenya's major ethnic groups, and is built to the original traditional architecture of an African home as built by the ancestors. Main attractions (the dancers and the traditional homesteads), there is also a large, wooden play area for young children, a small, low-key village of craft shops and other attractions. The Centre is set up for conferences and can offer cultural shows for audiences of up to 300 people. Bomas of Kenya is located just a few kilometers from the city centre.

The Giraffe Centre Tour - African Fund For Endangered Wildlife

Giraffe Centre also known as The African Fund for Endangered Wildlife Kenya (A.F.E.W. Kenya) is situated on both the edge of the Nairobi National Park and the edge of the residential area known as Karen. Langata Giraffe Centre is set in 6 ha of indigenous forest and is about 20 kilometers out of the city near the Hardy Estate Shopping Centre. This tour gives a completely up close and personal interaction where guests have the opportunity to view giraffes as well as feed them. The centre has rescued, hand-reared and released around 500 orphaned giraffes back into the wild since opening in 1979. Young giraffes born at the Centre were translocated to; Soy Sambu Ranch near Lake Elementaita, and Kigio Conservancy near Gilgil and Sergoit ranch in Eldoret while recently they translocated some to Mwea National Game Reserve. Today the Rothschild Giraffe population in Kenya is about 300. This is also a Birds Sanctuary.

The indigenous forest is a remnant of the natural forest that once surrounded Nairobi. It comprises of over 100 acres of dry upland forest that is the larger ecosystem that originally comprised of the current Ngong forest and Ololua forest hence similar vegetation. In this sanctuary, we have preserved the original forest for our giraffe, and have also kept intact the habitat for many other animals that sometimes are encountered during a walk down the trail.

The Nature Trail: The trail stretches about 1.5 kilometers meandering through thick bushes and forests. This leisurely stroll begins directly in front of the parking lot at the Giraffe Centre. This is a large tract of dry upland forest that existed in the area known today as Nairobi. There are variety of animals that make this forest their home including the giraffes, warthogs, hyenas and times we get leopard. In this sanctuary e have preserved the original forest for our giraffe, and have also kept intact the habitat for many other animals that are sometimes encountered as one takes a walk down the trail. Get a copy of the Nature Trail Guide Book, which contains a map for easy movement as well as information on different species of flora and fauna that are easy to sight as one takes a walk. The guide book is available at the Giraffe Centre.

Giraffe Centre Activities;

    • Bird walks
    • Nature walks
    • Nature interactive learning
    • Tree identification walks (Botanical walks)
Nairobi Karen Blixen Tour

Karen Blixen Museum is the beautiful farmhouse where Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa, lived between 1917 and 1931, until she left Kenya after a series of personal tragedies. Karen Blixen Museum has been restored with many of her own furnishings, as well as replicas made for the movie. The Museum has a beautiful mature garden and a superb view of the Ngong Hills, which Blixen described so tenderly in her book. Karen Blixen Museum is located on Karen Road, between the Karen College and Bogani Road in the residential neighborhood of Karen and is 15 kilometers outside Nairobi city. The museum is open from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm.

Karen Blixen Museum is located on the outskirts of Nairobi on Karen road. Its history dates back to 1914, during the First World War, with the arrival of Karen Blixen from Denmark. At the foot of Ngong Hills, Karen Blixen established herself as a farmer. After her departure in 1931, the suburbs retained the commemorative home of Karen.

The Danish government donated the house and the surrounding land to Kenya after 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. Karen Blixen Museum was opened to the public in 1986. A striking feature about Karen BlixenMuseum is the beautiful grounds. The house built in 1910 has a red tile roof and mellow wood paneling in the rooms. When Karen Blixen bought the property, it had 6,000 acres of land but only 600 acres were developed for growing coffee; the rest was retained under natural forest. Much of the original furniture is on display in the house. The original kitchen has been restored, and is now open for viewing. A Dove Stove similar to the one used by Karen Blixen is on display, as are the kitchen utensils. Reconstruction of the coffee factory, along with other old farm machinery is underway. The aim here is to take an individual back in time, and provide a visual impression of each settler life in Kenya. Karen Blixen Museum has become a herb of various activities including private parties, research and visitation, from all over the world. The income so generated is used to refurbish and maintain Karen Blixen Museum and other regional museums.

Nairobi City Tour

Nairobi City Tour offers you a perfect opportunity to learn about Kenyan History, Traditions, and Tastes & Culture. During your tour of Nairobi, you will visit a variety of places. These are: Snake Park, Kenya National Museum, Kenyan Parliament Building, Shopping Bazaars and Local Shopping Markets.

Nairobi is a city, financial capital, administrative capital, province and the capital of Kenya. The main languages spoken here are Swahili and English. There are many churches, mosques and temples where people of different faiths go to worship. Restaurants serve almost every kind of food, from local dishes to the most exotic. Curries from India and Pakistan are very popular as is Chinese, Arabian and European cuisine. Visit Nairobi city center, shopping areas, Parliament Buildings, National Museum, and Snake Park, a local market where you can bargain and shop for arts and crafts etc, visit Parliament buildings, Kenyatta International Conference Centre, a tour to the top of Kenyatta International Conference (28 Government Building with 28 stories) to look at Nairobi skyline can be arranged, visit to Kenya National archives & Watatu art gallery / Collectors Den etc. Our Nairobi National museum is well known for excellent exhibits and displays of early man, tribal regalia and the flora and fauna of Kenya.

Nairobi History: Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The city and its surrounding area also form the Nairobi Province. The name "Nairobi" comes from the Masai phrase Enkare Nyirobi, which translates to "the place of cool waters". However, it is popularly known as the "Green City in the Sun". During Kenya's colonial period, the city became a center for the colony's coffee, tea and sisal industry. Nairobi is also the capital of the Nairobi Province and of the Nairobi District. The city lies on the Nairobi River, in the south of the nation, and has an elevation of 1795 meters above sea-level. Nairobi is the most populous city in East Africa, with a current estimated population of about 3.5 million. Nairobi is currently the 13th largest city in Africa. Nairobi is now one of the most prominent cities in Africa politically and financially. Home to many companies and organizations, including the United Nations Environment Programme and the UN Office in Africa, Nairobi is established as a hub for business and culture. The Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) is one of the largest in Africa, ranked fourth in terms of trading volume and capable of making 10 million trades a day. Between 1896 and 1898, the Uganda Railway Company paid for by the British laid railway tracks from Mombasa to Nairobi. Built under tremendous human hardship, 600 miles long and six years to build, “The Lunatic Line” transformed East Africa, and by 1907, Nairobi had become the new capital.

Situated 100 miles south of the Equator, and 300 miles west of the Indian Ocean at an elevation of 5,500 feet, Nairobi’s pleasant climate has been an important factor in its booming success. The nights are cool, the days are warm, the temperature rarely exceeds 75 degrees and humidity is low The beauty of Nairobi greets the visitor already from the air sighting the colorful Bougainvillea lining avenues, highways, and the beautiful Jacaranda Trees blossoming everywhere. An oasis of modern conveniences, Nairobi offers the visitor an array of high caliber hotels and excellent restaurants and an abundance of African culture and art. It is a virtual Spice for shopping which often start with a visit to a local Safari Outfitter for a custom-fit Safari Suit.

Among the many Kenyan artifacts offered are Masai tribal ornaments and spears, Merchaum pipes, hand woven sisal baskets and bags, as well as a dazzling array of batiks, multi-colored fabrics, and pottery and ebony carvings. Elegant jewellery, gems and corals are plentiful and inexpensive and Kenya offers unexpected items such as colonial furniture and antique Arabian doors.

Animal Orphanage

Nairobi Animal Orphanage was established in 1964 as a refuge for wild animals found abandoned, orphaned or injured throughout Kenya. It is located along Langata Road adjacent to Nairobi National Park, a short distance past the Carnivore Restaurant as you drive away from the city centre. Nairobi Animal Orphanage showcases Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Warthogs, Crested Cranes, Antelopes and Baboons, among other wild animals.

Nairobi Animal Orphanage is about 20 minutes drive from Nairobi’s city centre. Located only about 7 kilometers from the city centre, animal orphanage is easily accessible on tarmac roads, off Langata Road, Kenya Wildlife Service Headquarters. The orphanage is a wider part of the Nairobi National Park – the first to be established in East Africa on the 16th of December 1946. The park makes Nairobi a special capital as it is the only city in world where wild animals live naturally in the wild transforming Nairobi into Africa’s prime safari capital. It is a refuge for wild animals found abandoned, orphaned or injured throughout Kenya. The aims of the orphanage were to release the animals into the wild whenever possible, provide conservation education to Kenyans and visitors from all over the world.

Over the years, exotic animals' species not necessarily falling in the categories mentioned above have found their way into the animal orphanage. Problem animals have also been restrained here. This is an important educational and training facility, which is housed in the only wildlife protected area in a capital city in the world is often home to more than 20 different animals and bird species. Animals seen include Lion, cheetah, hyena, jackal, serval very rare sokoke cats, warthog, ostrich, leopard, various monkeys, baboon, buffalo. Nairobi Animal Orphanage today remains the most visited wildlife facility in Kenya and especially by Kenyans because it allows guests up-close viewing of wildlife.

Nairobi National Park Night Game Drive

Nairobi National Park is a unique ecosystem by being the only protected area in the world close to a capital city. The park is located only 7 km from Nairobi city centre. Nairobi National Park is located 15 Minutes from downtown city center.

Nairobi National Park Night Game Drives are a more exciting way to spend a night in Nairobi. Nairobi This Park is completely different in the dark. The big cats come out to hunt and you will see animals you won't see during the day. It’s a completely different world. Lions sleep all day and hunt in the evening, most of the cats are active just before and after sunset and this is when we take our guests on night game drives. With a spotter and a light we look and listen for the animals, it’s an amazing experience. Animal behavior is quite different at night so observing the animals in the dark is a big part of any safari. Your night game drives in Nairobi National Park are conducted by experienced driver guides in our safari cruisers or land cruisers that are fitted with powerful lights for proper sightseeing at night.

The powerful game spotting spotlights, a game spotter or game ranger in the vehicle helps you to see animals such as Rhinos, leopards, lions, giraffes, topi, wildebeest, zebras, elands, hartebeest, night owls, hares, dik dik among many others.

Notes;

  • Children below 6 years are not permitted
  • Nairobi National Park Night Game Drives lasts for not less than two hours
  • Departs daily at 1900 Hours to 2200 Hours when you return back to your hotel for dinner or 2100
Karen Blixen & Ngong Hills Trek

Depart your hotel at 09:00 and head south to the leafy suburb of Karen (named after Karen Blixen). To have a greater context for the day, and Karen’s life, we visit her house and farm, which is now a museum. From here we continue south around 20km southwest of Nairobi centre to the Ngong Hills. Views of these hills were loved by Karen, and are now the burial grounds for Karen’s lover Denys Finch-Hatton. After a walk across the hills and picnic lunch, we return to Nairobi around 17:00.

The Ngong Hills are very steep and has uneaven ground in patches. We recommend all guests take footwear for a medium grade trek. You may also require a waterproof jacket.

A very famous Dane, Karen was born in Denmark in 1885. She reached international fame for writing her life story which was published and then made into the movie Out Of Africa. She came to Africa on an arranged marriage to her cousin Baron Von Blixen. She bought Bogani House which was on 6000 acres and started a coffee farm - although she wasn’t very successful for a number of reasons, like bad soil, a locust plague, drought and finally a factory fire. So she ended up bankrupt and had to auction all her belonging, including the house, to pay her debt. After the sale of the house in 1931 she left Africa bound for Denmark where she lived until her death in 1962. The museum was bought in 1959 by the Danish government and was given as a present to Kenya on Independence Day 1963. Karen was a great painter and writer and loved hunting. At her home, which is now a museum, you can see old photographs, plus some of the original furniture, paintings, and books she wrote.

From Karen Blixen’s house there were great views to the Ngong Hills. From this small range of four peaks there are breathtaking views to Nairobi city, and across the vast plains of the Rift Valley. The word ‘ngong’ means knuckles - and from a distance the ridges of the hills do resemble knuckles of a hand. Legend has it that a giant God stumbled while digging the Rift Valley and the imprint of his fist left the four peaks of the ridge. Others believe that he fell after tripping over Mt Kilimanjaro and this is a handful of dirt that he clutched.

The hills extend around 15km north to south and have an average elevation of around 2350 metres. There is a mix of woodland, farmland, thick grasses and wildflowers. You are unlikely to come across large game while trekking, although you may see antelopes, zebra, giraffe, bushbuck and buffaloes. There are a large variety of bird species resident to the hills. And for the Danes, a stop by Denys Finch-Hatton’s final resting place is a must.

Thika Special

Thika town is 45kms from the city centre and within the town you find the Blue Posts Hotel. The hotel was first established in 1908 as a stopover for the white settlers who farmed and lived in the central part of the country on their way out and back to the city. During the Second World War in 1939 the British Army camped on the site and built up a few bandas whose posts they were standing on were painted blue and this is where the name Blue Posts originated. Today two rivers namely Thika River and Chania River each with a natural waterfall surround the hotel popularly known as ‘Hidden Jewel of Thika’. Both rivers originate from the Aberdare Ranges though from different sources.

Mt. Longonot and Lake Naivasha

Leave Nairobi City – The concrete Jungle and drive westwards stopping at the viewpoint on the Great Rift Valley and view the Loita Plains and also from here you can see Lake Naivasha sparkling in the sun thousands of feet below. Then proceed to Lake Naivasha (and this is the highest Lake in The Rift Valley). Also Lake Naivasha is famous in the 1930’s as a staging post for Imperial Airways Flying Boat Services from Durban to London.

You can have a boat ride to the Crescent Island (An option activity).

N.B. Crescent Island is one of the few places in all Africa where you can wander on foot among hers of Zebra, Wildebeest, Gazelle, and Giraffe, because of the absence of predators.

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