The City in the Sun is what Nairobi is called by many, and a visit can be as pleasant as the name sounds. Most people visit the city for two reasons: (1) business and (2) the popular culture that Nairobi is known for.
Not only is the city a short flight from the
These are just a few of the many things one can do while in Nairobi for a weekend.
See the beauty of Kenya from K.I.C.C Helipad
The view from the KICC is worth it. Going up on to the Helipad will give you a grand view of the entire city but if you have a fear of heights you must talk your way into it. From the
The David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage
The Elephant Orphanage located in Lang’ata gives one the opportunity to have an uninhibited view of the majestic giants. You experience firsthand how devastating poaching is to the animals that left them orphaned. You also get to understand that they have feelings, like humans.
The orphanage will also give you hope, for
View the Kenyan Art Collections
For those who love art and are cultured, a visit to the local art scene is a must. One of the most engaging art galleries in Nairobi is the Banana Hill Art Gallery. This, among many, is one of the most comprehensive art galleries that
The stunning paintings and sculptures will take your breath away. Located near the Village Market, Banana Hill Gallery is a wonderful place to visit and get to learn and appreciate local artistic talents.
Watch local plays at the Kenya National Theatre
The Kenya National Theatre, the oldest national theatre in the country, is riddled with outstanding plays every other night that
Alliance Francaise and Phoenix Players are the other most popular theatrical
Visit the Giraffe Center
The giraffe center is known to be home to endangered giraffes. One can visit the place and get to feed the giraffes. Also, you can stay at the giraffe manor and get to enjoy breakfast with the friendly animals.
Shopping at Maasai Market
The Maasai culture is the most renowned of Kenya’s ethnicity. When
Visit Nairobi Safari Walk
Nairobi Safari Walk is a
Nairobi safari walk offers a rare chance to see most of Kenya’s wildlife within a single setting.
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