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Nairobi town is a concrete jungle with a population of about 4 million indigenous Kenyans plus a good number of travelers and foreigners living either permanently of temporarily before leaving to some destination. Doted with monuments and high buildings every step you move. We recommend a guide to walk with you around to enjoy much more in this metropolitan city. We have trained friendly guides to take you around the city for much less cost than you can imagine. The suburbs of Nairobi include nice sites worth visiting and friendly people some of them living in slums.  Herein find some of the places you can visit while in Nairobi working or on transit.
GUIDED CITY TOUR (ON FOOT): This is not considered much as a tour but more enjoyable. The gude picks you up at the time of your choice to take you around on foot shopping or just taking time within the city center upto the Uhuru park, railway museum, National museum  and snake park. The gudes knows many places of interest to save you time when in need to buy something urgent before going out of the city. Call a guide…. +254 722 770234

SLUM TOUR – 4 hours
Pick up from the hotel to Kibera or Korogoch slums. For quiet sometimes tour companies has been doing this tour just by passing through roads next to slums and clients take pictures from their car window. People are not animals so they feel not treated well that’s why we came with different tour altogether. Visit the people in their houses learn how they survive and stay with their families. Have chance to chat and have drink with them as they keenly hear your part story of your lives as they do the same. A visit to markets, projects and churches are among the places we take you to see. As an echo tourism this tour is created to benefit all parties including the people you visit their houses. Please bring something to give them, used cloths are recommended also pencils, pens, books or anything you prefer to bring with you. Welcome to have unique experience.

The tour takes you through the bustling busy city streets of Nairobi to the parliament buildings, University, former bomb blast site, world war monuments, Kimathi, Tom Mboya, Kenyatta Monuments among many others. Drive to the view point of Nairobi near the Uhuru Park where the second republic flag was raised when the promulgation on the new constitution was signed by the president. Continue to the state house then to the Museum and snake park. City markets and chosen curior shops are includes to people who have interest in buying souvenir for friend. Tour ends back to your hotel within the city center.
Karen Blixen Museum also known as Out of Africa as the name of the movie. It’s the home of this great lady who became coffee farmer and staying in the bushy forest land. After visiting the house and coffe refining machine continue to the Giraffe center to see, touch and feed the Roth child Giraffe one of the three types of giraffes found in Kenya. Watch birds roaming around and warthogs who are regular guests here.
Boma is a Swahili word meaning homestead.  A guided tour to the homesteads built long ago by indigenous Kenyan tribes. Kenya has 42 tribes with different culture and traditions after the visit you are taken to arena for a treat by traditional daces and unbelievable acrobatic show.
COFFE FARM & CAVES – 1 DAY : - Drive north across farmland to the Kiambu caves also used by Mau Mau during the freedom struggle. The caves are believed to have been used by first men to ever lived in Kenya about 2.5 million years ago. Visit the water falls and watch birds as you ride the boat in a natural lake formed by water falls. Visit to the coffee farm and the factory is the last bit of the tour. Other activities here are feeding the ostrich and riding camel.

- Drive North wards through coffee and pineapple to the land of Kilimambogo which means the land of Buffaloes. First stop takes us to Thika falls also known as Chania falls unto the Oldonyo sabuk National park. Game drive takes turn upto the 14 falls to see all water falls beautifully dropping down. The trip is much better when water level is high in April/May period. Drive back to Nairobi arriving in the late afternoon.

BABY ELEPHANTS – 3 HOURS: - Depart from your hotel at 10: am in the morning to see the baby elephants and rhinos at the Sheldrick orphanage where abandoned calf are raised and later release back to the game parks when they grow up. Found and managed by wife of renowned former game ranger the place is adjacent to Nairobi national park. It’s a wonder place to visit. Lately entry fee has been introduced.
Depart Nairobi and drive via view point of the Great Rift Valley for a stop to take pictures of the escapement. Drive into the valley and continue to the hell’s gate national park for cycling or game drive up to the geothermal electricity power station. After lunch and game viewing, drive back to Nairobi arriving in the evening.

Drive to the view point of Great Rift Valley for a brief stop to view Mt. Suswa and Longonot and escapement at large then get back in the car past lake Elementaita to lake Nakuru. Known as the p\birds paradise, Nakuru is home to Millions of flamingoes, pelicans and other birds. It’s the only place we promise seeing rhinos in the wild. Other animals to see are Buffaloes, Giraffes, Lions, leopards, waterbucks among many other plain games.
Situated passed Bomas of Kenya, Mamba is a Swahili word meaning Crocodile. It’s a home to many crocodiles in a private farm; here you can tour crocs and see giraffe, ostrich and peacock. Good lunch break after a tour from Karen or Nairobi Park.
Last Updated ( Friday, 24 February 2012 10:13 )  

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