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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.
Spot free-roaming wildlife at the edge of Nairobi on a Nairobi National Park game drive in an open-top safari vehicle. An early-morning departure means cooler temperatures and the chance to see the animals when they’re most active, prowling grassy plains and acacia bush with the dramatic backdrop of city skyscrapers.
Bike, hike, and sail your way through Hell's Gate National Park on this private guided tour from Nairobi. Keep your eyes out for sightings of animals such as baboons and buffaloes inside the park, and then take the waters of Lake Naivasha to see hippos and birds. This tour also includes a visit to a Maasai community, hotel pickup and drop-off, and a break for lunch at your own expense.
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.
See free-ranging wildlife with the backdrop of the Nairobi skyline on a half-day tour to Nairobi National Park, a convenient way to experience a Kenya safari even if you have limited time. Door-to-door transport from Nairobi hotels make this a hassle-free way to get to the park, and you’ll have the chance to spot black rhinos, lions, giraffes, leopards, and hundreds of species of birds.
The park is located 15 minutes from downtown city center of City. It was established in 1945 as the first National Park in Kenya. It is 44 square miles in size and much to everyone's surprise, all the wildlife are free ranging. Within the Nairobi National Park's 117 square kilometers, there are over 80 species of mammals and more bird species than can be found in the whole of the British Isles.
Full Day Fun Activities Including; 1. Stop at the Great Rift valley view point for some astounding views2. Three in one Safari; • Game Drive • Walking Safari and • Cycling Safari3. Off the beaten path Animal Tracking4. Tour the Obsidian Cave5. George Walk with a native Maasai 6. Boat Safari at Lake Naivasha with Hippo and Bird Spotting7. Optional rock climbing at Fisher's Tower.Child FriendlyAll round transfer from Nairobi for the DayFree Lake Naivasha Boat Safari for 2 or More Travelers per BookingProfessional GuideHell's Gate Park & Biking Fee Inclusive
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.
Discover the beautiful Nairobi National Park on this half-day tour just outside Kenya’s capital. Take a tour through this wildlife sanctuary and see numerous animals such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, the endangered black rhino, and over 400 species of birds in a spacious setting of grass plains. Over 50 species of mammals are on display here including four of the Big Five, except for the great elephants.
Visitors to the capital on limited time can still experience Kenya’s famous wildlife on a private half-day tour to Nairobi National Park, where lions, rhinos, and more live naturally on the outskirts of the city. Explore by open-top vehicle for an intimate glimpse of native species, and enjoy insights provided by your guide. Round-trip transfer ensures a hassle-free experience, and early departure allows you to pack more into your day.
Feel the ancient rhythms of Africa as you feast on game grilled over an open fire on this door-to-door dinner package. First, savor authentic African meats with classic accompaniments as a live band plays. Next, enjoy a thrilling show that blends African dance moves with acrobatics, keeping you glued to the stage. Travel in a group no larger than 11 people for a more intimate experience.
Time-pressed travelers won’t want to miss this door-to-door trip to Nairobi National Park, within the city’s boundaries. An early morning game drive is the perfect time to see lion and even leopard returning from their night-time hunt, and zebra, giraffe, and gazelle beginning their day. Continue to the Ivory-Burning Site, a Kenyan conservation landmark, and a guided walk along the Hippo Pool trails. Please note: Tour excludes entrance fees.
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.
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.
Explore the picturesque Aberdare National Park on a full-day safari tour from Nairobi. Discover the region’s abundant flora and fauna such as elephants, leopards, monkeys, buffalos, and much more. Admire the beautiful scenery of the African grasslands with views of Mount Kenya, the highest peak in the country. Enjoy a delicious lunch of local cuisine at the famous Treetops Lodge where Queen Elizabeth II once stayed.
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.
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.
Visit Hell’s Gate National Park from Nairobi on a full-day tour that includes a guided hike through the park’s scenic gorges. By leaving behind the confines of a safari vehicle, you’ll have the unique chance to spot Kenya’s remarkable wildlife on foot, watching for the park’s healthy populations of zebra, gazelle, and eland, along with more than 100 species of birds.
Our morning drive will take us through the scenic farm lands, bustling small towns and the scenic expansive Great Rift Valley. Our first rest stop will be at one of the Great Rift Valley View Points which is always a perfect place to enjoy it's blissful effect and breath taking scenery. Lake Nakuru is the ultimate ornithologist's paradise with over 450 species of birds and is best known for its numerous Pink Flamingos. However due to fluctuating water levels, Flamingo sightings have been sporadic if any. The park was also the first Rhino Sanctuary and offers the possibility of coming across the rare White Rhino and Black Rhino. Among the predators we hope to come across are the lions and the elusive leopard. The park also boasts the biggest Euphorbia Forest in Africa.
Often-overlooked Nairobi National Park is an ideal destination for travelers with limited time or funds. See lions, leopards, and more on a half-day tour of the park, with a choice of morning or afternoon excursion to suit you. Admire unique views of iconic flora and fauna against a metropolitan backdrop, and benefit from round-trip transfer from your hotel or airport for a seamless sightseeing experience.
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.
Enjoy an evening of gourmet food and entertainment with tickets to the Safari Cats Dancers show at the Safari Park Hotel. Pre-booking your Safari Cats Dancers dinner show in advance means you won’t have to worry about finding a table upon arrival at the hotel, where you’ll be treated to live music, a range of barbecued meats presented table-side, and a remarkable performance of dance and acrobatics.
Spend Nairobi full day tour as you experience Kenya’s diverse cultures get up close and personal with native wildlife at the Giraffe Center and the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, an elephant orphanage. Watch craftspeople creating traditional pottery beads at the Kazuri Beads Factory, then take in a cultural performance at Bomas of Kenya
Animal lovers will love this full-day tour that takes visitors up close and personal with Africa’s majestic wildlife. First, enjoy a 4-hour game drive through Nairobi National Park where you can see cheetahs, hyenas, lions, leopards, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, many species of birds, and even the rare black rhino. Next, tour an elephant orphanage and a giraffe sanctuary to learn more about these animals. Finish up the day with a visit to the Kazuri Beads factory before heading back to your hotel.