Spend an afternoon with some of Africa's most iconic animals on this day tour from Nairobi that gives access to giant elephants and towering giraffes. Tour the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphaned Trust and learn about conservation efforts being made to protect these massive mammals. Then stop at the Giraffe Center, where you'll find Rothschild giraffes wandering the grounds. This memorable experience includes a tour of the Kazuri beads women factory
See herds of elephants at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro on a full-day tour from Nairobi to Amboseli National Park. An early morning departure ensures you’ll reach Amboseli with time for morning and afternoon game drives, searching for elephants, lions, giraffes, zebra, and more; exploring in an open-top safari vehicle means unobstructed views for observing and photographing Amboseli wildlife.
Prepaid entrance fees and private transportation make for a foolproof day of Nairobi sightseeing. Visit top Nairobi sites such as Nairobi National Park, Giraffe Centre, and David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust—all with the benefit of a personal guide to share information about the local wildlife, history, and culture as you go.
Nairobi is home to dozens of incredible sites and this full-day tour showcases some of the best of this East African city. Follow your expert guide and small group into the stunning landscapes of Nairobi National Park, where you have the chance to see some of the nation's most iconic animals in the wild. Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant and then stop at the Karen Bixen Museum, to learn about the history, culture, and traditions of Kenya's diverse people. The tour ends with a visit to the Giraffe Center, where you have a chance to learn about the endangered Rothschild giraffe and see how major conservation efforts are being made to protect this graceful animal.
Visit the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary and the largest black rhino conservancy in East Africa on a full-day tour from Nairobi that includes hotel pickup and drop-off, entrance fees, and an afternoon game drive through the Old Pejeta Conservancy. Learn about chimpanzee rescue and rehabilitation, spot Big Five game, then visit a replica of a traditional Kenyan homestead to learn about local culture.
Hike your way up Mt. Longonot on a private day trip from Nairobi, and admire the national park’s volcanic terrain of bubbling geysers and soaring rift valley cliffs. After your climb to the crater’s rim, you’ll relax with a lakeside lunch, then hop on a boat for a cruise around Lake Naivasha, looking for hippos and eagles as you go. The full climb and descent takes up to four hours, and a good general standard of fitness is needed.
Ride a bike and hike through Hell’s Gate National Park on a full-day, private tour from Nairobi to the wildlife reserve and Lake Naivasha that includes entrance fees, bikes, and round trip-transport from Nairobi. This customizable tour offers the rare chance to see wildlife outside of a safari vehicle while exploring a scenic part of the Great Rift Valley.
You will be picked from your Nairobi Hotel at 06:00hrs to start on your Amboseli National Park safari, a jewel tucked right under the skirts of Kilimanjaro. You will have a game drive once you enter the park. Proceed to the observation hill where you will have your picnic lunch. This will be followed by another game drive before you exit the back and drive back to Nairobi
You need not travel far from Nairobi to find some of Kenya’s most impressive and popular wildlife. This tour takes you to the Giraffe Center, Elephant Orphanage, and Nairobi National Park in one day for chances to see animals such as lions, wildebeest, rhinos, and more in their natural environment.
Enjoy a safari within sight of the city skyline on this door-to-door small-group tour that delivers Nairobi’s signature wildlife faster than the independent traveler could dream. Start with an early-morning game drive in Nairobi National Park; watch baby elephants being fed at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Centre; shop for souvenirs at Love Birds Gift Shop; and feed a Rothschild’s giraffe at the Giraffe Centre. Tour excludes entrance fees.
Tsavo East National Park is one of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya at 13,747 square kilometers. Situated in a semi-arid area previously known as the Taru Desert it opened in April 1948, and is located near the town of Voi in the Taita-Taveta County.
Nairobi gathers Kenya’s diverse cultures, cuisines, and people into one vibrant city, but with so much to see and do it's hard to know where to start. Sample a little bit of everything on a Nairobi adventure that combines a guided tour of downtown with a trip to Bomas of Kenya, where you’ll see dances, crafts, music, and homes brought from all over the country.
Get a taste of Kenyan wildlife and culture on this guided tour from Nairobi. Visit the Giraffe Center and the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, one of the most successful elephant rescues in the world, before heading to a traditional bead workshop and a music and dance performance at Bomas of Kenya. A professional guide and private transportation ensure a comfortable and convenient trip.
Without leaving Nairobi, you can still see plenty of wildlife in just a few hours on this tour to Nairobi National Park. A private vehicle takes you through the park in search of animals like lions, zebras, and giraffes in a wild habitat, and an in-the-know guide shares information and ups your chances of seeing the animals you most want to see.
Kisite Marine national park is the second most famous marine park in the world after the Australian Marine Park. It covers an area of 30km2. Animals seen here include turtles, marine tortoise, bearreeffs, coral reefs and different types of marine fishes. You will have your lunch at a restaurant in Wasini Island which is mainly sea food and Swahili dishes. After lunch, you will sail along the mangrove swamps and then visit the Wasini Island where you will learn more about the Swahili people and the Arabs history. In the 10th century, Arabs were slave traders and they used to inter marry with the Bantus at the coast and there we had the Swahili people.
The tour begins from cruise ships docking in Mombasa port and we bring you back to the port on time for onward travels: Fort Jesus Historical Museum, Old town, Walk in the market and lunch in a local dishes restaurant in Mombasa, Mombasa Giant elephant Tusk monument and afternoon visit to the haller park.
Even if you only have one free day in Nairobi, check off Kenya’s animal wonders in double-quick time on this small-group door-to-door tour. Start at the Nairobi National Park and see some of the nation’s signature wildlife in nature. Next, tour the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage and the Giraffe Centre, stop at the Nairobi Mamba Village, and visit the Bomas of Kenya. Tour excludes entrance fees.
Spend a day exploring Kenya’s capital city and some of its most popular attractions. First, visit Nairobi National Park, a unique preserve where big game graze just beyond the downtown skyscrapers. Then visit elephant and giraffe centers to learn about local conservation efforts. After lunch, choose between visiting either the Karen Blixen Museum (the Out of Africa house) or Bomas of Kenya, a tourist village that celebrates traditional Kenyan culture.
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.
Snorkel Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park and Reserve on a full-day cruise by traditional dhow sailboat, stopping to explore two vibrant snorkel sites on the park’s coral reef. Sailing from the mainland to the marine park is a peaceful, eco-friendly way to experience the protected area, and the cruise includes a Swahili seafood lunch and drinks on Wasini Island.
Choose a private tour of Lake Nakuru National Park for morning and afternoon game drives across the floor of the Great Rift Valley, with the individualized service of a private safari guide throughout the day. Private transport from hotels in Nairobi means less time on the road, and even more time to watch for rhino, lion, giraffe, buffalo, leopard, and Lake Nakuru’s brilliant flocks of pink flamingoes.
Enjoy several adventures in one on this full-day tour of Nairobi that spotlights the city's wildlife and rich cultural heritage. First, visit Nairobi National Park, a unique wildlife refuge located just minutes from the central business district. Then tour an elephant orphanage and a giraffe center to learn about local conservation efforts. After lunch, tour the Karen Blixen Museum (better known as the Out of Africa house) and Bomas of Kenya, a tourist village that replicates traditional Kenyan tribal culture.
Explore Mombasa’s colonial history, old town, and nature on a full-day private tour that includes entrance fees, all activities, and round-trip hotel transport. Get the perfect introduction to the city by visiting with a local guide, who will share stories about Mombasa culture and heritage, and introduce you to local cuisine in the old town market.