Covering Nairobi highlights in one day can mean a long series of taxis—or getting stuck navigating the city’s chaotic traffic on your own. With door-to-door service from your hotel, this full-day Nairobi tour offers the convenience of pre-arranged transport; that trades time spent on logistics for more time to see Nairobi National Park, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, the Giraffe Centre, Bomas of Kenya, and the Karen Blixen Museum.
Discover some of Kenya’s diverse cultures without leaving Nairobi on a full-day tour that includes a kazuri bead factory, Matbronze Wildlife Art, the Bomas of Kenya, and the Maasai Market. Traveling across the city with a local driver takes the hassle and stress out of exploring Nairobi, and you’ll get a great introduction to cultures from across the country, from art and artisans to traditional life.
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. The savannah ecosystem comprise of different vegetation types. Open grass plains with scattered acacia bush are predominant. The western side has a highland dry forest and a permanent river with a riverine forest. To the south are the Athi-Kapiti Plains and Kitengela migration corridor which are important wildlife dispersal areas during the rain season. Man-made dams within the park have added a further habitat, favourable to certain species of birds and other aquatic biome.Major wildlife attractions are the Black rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, buffaloes, Giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, elands and diverse birdlife with over 400 species recorded. Other attractions include the Ivory burning site Monument, Nairobi Safari Walk, the Orphanage and the walking trails at hippo pools.
Spend the day 56 miles outside of Nairobi at the iconic Lake Naivasha. Your tour departs after breakfast and includes a stop at the Great Rift Valley Floor. It's the perfect way to escape the city and enjoy some of the African wild.
Tsavo East Park is located 130km from Mombasa and is one of the largest national parks in Kenya. It covers an area of about 11,747 square Kilometres.The park contains some fantastic terrain, including rivers, lakes, glaciers, peaks with a wide variety of vegetation, including grasslands, acacia vegetation, open plains and savanna. It is therefore recognizes as one of the world’s leading bio-diversity strongholds. The park is also one of Kenya’s oldest parks-It was opened in April 1948.This park is a popular safari destination, especially due to easy accessibility from the coast.
You leave the lodge/hotel and drive about 30-minute drive to the Nairobi Park headquarters. After processing our entry with the park authorities we venture into this unique and un-spoilt wildlife haven within sight of the city's skyline. You are doing your game drive in a classic custom made 4WD safari vehicle with an exclusive guideThe park is home to four members of the big five with the exception of the elephant. Rhino, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe, lion and plenty of antelopes and gazelles can be seen roaming in the open plains of the park. The park is also an ornithological paradise with over 400 bird species recorded.
Spend the day admiring the abundant flora and fauna of Lake Nakuru on this full-day tour from Nairobi. Embark on a game viewing drive through Lake Nakuru National Park and see native wildlife such as white rhinos, hippos, giraffe, and zebra enjoy the refreshing waters of the lake. This tour is ideal for bird watchers as there are a number flamingos and other bird species in the area.
Malindi is a town on Malindi Bay, in southeastern Kenya. It sits amid a string of tropical beaches dotted with hotels and resorts. Malindi Marine National Park and nearby Watamu Marine National Park are home to turtles and colorful fish. Arabuko-Sokoke Forest Reserve harbors elephants and more than 200 species of birds. Near the forest, the Gede Ruins are the remains of an ancient Swahili town
Save time and visit Hell’s Gate and Lake Naivasha in a day. Avoid the hassle of organizing car rental and let someone else do the driving instead. This stress-free tour includes hotel pickup, drop-off, and transfers in an air-conditioned minivan. Get outside and explore the beauty of Hell’s Gate on foot, and have time to enjoy a boat ride at Lake Naivasha. Potential animals you might spot include hippos, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, and much more.
The final pearl in the tropical beach necklace that stretches south of Mombasa is the idyllic island of Wasini, located about 76km south of the Likoni ferry crossing. With its faded white alleyways, Swahili fishing vibe and fat, mottled trees, this tiny island (it's only 5km long) feels like a distant relative of Lamu and Zanzibar. It's ripe with the ingredients required for a perfect backpacker beachside hideaway: it has that sit-under-a-mango-tree-and-do-nothing-all-day vibe, a coastline licked with pockets of white sand and Kisite Marine National Park, the most gorgeous snorkelling reef on the coast. In fact, the only things it doesn’t have are regular electricity, banana-pancake traveller cafes, backpacker hostels and cars, and it’s all the better for it.
Visit Hell’s Gate National Park and Lake Naivasha on a full-day tour from Nairobi that covers park highlights and gives you the flexibility to customize the day. If you opt to join a cycling and walking tour of Hell’s Gate National Park, it’s a rare chance to see a Kenyan national park from outside a vehicle, and the optional Lake Naivasha boat tour is perfect for spotting birds and hippos.
The combination of this day tours takes you to heritage and culture and well as learning on the conservation of some of the endangered species in Kenya which includes the elephants,rhino and the Rothschild giraffe.the tour takes you closer to the wildlife for example in giraffe center . . At the baby elephant you also have the privilege of going closer the elephants
Ngutuni Lodge is located 15 minutes from Tsavo east main gate and 1hr from Tsavo west and Taita Hills with 48 rooms all built in blocks.Ngutuni is one of the lodges situated in the land of history where the European army camped during the construction of the Kenya Uganda railway where many locals and Indians were eaten by the man-eaters of tsavo but the lodge has finally converted the guns into cameras.The lodge has 48 rooms built of blocks all facing the water hole where animals come to drink water and the endless Savannah of the Tsavo National Park.All the rooms are fully furnished with a bathroom, shower, one double and one single bed each with a telephone and balcony with a perfect undisturbed game viewing
Welcome to kisumu city inland port. Kisumu is a Kenyan port city on Lake Victoria. It’s known for lakeside viewpoints at Dunga Hill Camp and Hippo Point. The Kisumu Impala Sanctuary shelters herds of impalas and zebras
This tour takes you to experience Nature and Wildlife in the suburbs of Nairobi combined with some history and shopping. AN opportunity to get close contacts with endangered Rothschild giraffes, sassy baby orphaned elephants and many more. Come experience this fun filled inspiring day with Absolute Vantage.
inthis tour you will be able to visit four national parks namely; amboseli national park where you will be able to view the african elephants since they are in plenty then be able to visit the aberdares which is a is a protected area in the Aberdare Mountain Range in central Kenya located east of the East African Rift Valley. then visit male nakuru which is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes at an elevation of 1,754 m (5,755 ft) above sea level. The lake's abundance of algae used to attract a vast quantity of flamingos that famously lined the shore. Other birds also flourish in the area, as do warthogs, baboons and other large mammals. Eastern black rhinos and southern white rhinos have also been introduced.
The trip include transversing through the central everygreen Kenya Region to the great rift valley region. It gives possible views of Africa's big five as well the bird watching not to forget the millions of flamingoes in the rift valley lakes.
This Kiswahili phrase for “take it slowly”—permeates all aspects of life in Lamu. You cook pole-pole, you sail pole-pole, you adopt the laid-back pace of life, the pole-pole life. The time slows down here—indeed it’s a bit like a trip back in time, to heyday of Lamu, a thriving port town of medieval ages.