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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.
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.
Visit a family of elephants orphaned by poaching on a half-day trip to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Nairobi’s only elephant orphanage. You’ll arrive for the hour-long period that's open to the public, as elephants are bottle fed and take mud baths—you might also spot the resident warthogs, giraffe, and blind rhino. Learn about elephant conservation and the challenges Kenya’s elephants face in the wild, with the convenience of round-trip transport from centrally-located hotels in Nairobi.
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
Get the most out of your time in Nairobi by combining a wildlife experience and a cultural experience in a day with all transfers included. A highlight is going to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Elephant Orphanage, and seeing baby elephants having their daily mud bath. Afterwards, go to Kazuri Beads Factory, and learn to make jewelry, and pottery.
Nairobi is known for its incredible wildlife, so save time and make the most of your trip by visiting two fantastic animal centers in a day. Learn about elephant conservation and see baby elephants at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Elephant Orphanage, and then feed giraffes by hand (if you wish) at the Giraffe Center.
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.
Green turtles, unique coral gardens, the Gede Ruins – the Watamu Marine National Park & Reserve has it all. The park is part of a complex of marine and tidal habitats along the Kenya’s north coast with rich and diverse bird life, fish, turtles and dugongs. Visitors can enjoy the white sandy beaches, snorkeling, water skiing, windsurfing and glass bottomed boat tours.
Gede ruins are the remains of a Swahili town, typical of most towns along the East African Coast. It traces its origin in the twelfth century but was rebuilt with new town walls in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. This rebuilding is connected with the emigration of many citizens of Kilwa to Mombasa, Malindi and other places along the coast.
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For one day, join a thriving not-for-profit that provides unique training and livelihood opportunities to disadvantaged youth and women in urban slums in Kenya. You’ll dive into the heart of an informal settlement, where the real Nairobi comes to life amid colourful street vendors, animals roaming the streets, and the most innovative forms of just getting by. LivelyHoods invites you to get street smart, accompanied by youth and women who have grown up in these communities and are now making a difference to them by distributing life-changing clean-energy products. We'll also show you some of the amazing visual and performing arts, and crafts that the young people trying to get by get involved in.
LivelyHoods is a non-profit social enterprise, and in joining us on this social impact experience you'll be part of the impact! And you'll also directly support the organisation's training and community outreach work.
For bird lovers, with a short time in Nairobi, this is a unique opportunity, with the possibility of seeing plenty of birds in Nairobi national park - the only wildlife sanctuary within 30 minutes reach from a modern city centre. Get a chance to some other animals like rhinos, lions, giraffe etc.
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.
This tour offers the possibility of taking in the various conservation efforts revolving around elephants and giraffes and taking a much needed break. A great package for the traveler(s) in Nairobi on business with a day or some hours to spare.
This tours takes you for three days to the famous Masai Mara National Game Reserve where you have the opportunity to spot the big 5 wildlife. The Masai Mara is one of the most famous world attractions known for the annual wildebeest migration
Tsavo is made up of two separate parks, Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park. Located in Coast Province of Kenya in between Nairobi City and Mombasa.
Tsavo is nearly 22,000km2, being the largest national park in Kenya and one of the largest in the world. The park was split into two due to the railway going from Mombasa to the interior of Kenya.
You will be able to enjoy a luxurious safari package at Ashnil mara camp. It is set on the Masai Mara National Reserve, this serene all-inclusive resort is 13 km from the E176 highway and 148 km from Lake Victoria.
Tranquil safari tents feature sitting areas, mosquito nets and en suite bathrooms, plus furnished decks with nature views.
Meals are served in a rustic restaurant, which offers a terrace and an open-air bar. There's also an outdoor pool. Wildlife viewing tours are available.
Ngare Ndare Is A Forest Based At The Foothills Of Mt. Kenya. Azure Pools Glisten At The Bottom Of Waterfalls And A Bunch Of Trees Stretch Into The Canopy Supporting A Competitive Variety Of Bird And Animal Life. The Forest Is A Vital Corridor That Links The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy To Mount Kenya, And One Which Elephants Have Been Using For Centuries.
As one of the largest coastal forests in East Africa after Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, this reserve is rich in flora and fauna and hosts the highest density of antelopes in Kenya. Other animal species found in the area are buffalos, bushy tailed mongoose and other small mammals like fruit bats. The forest is an important bird area and is endowed with forest birdlife while the grasslands hold localized species such as red-necked-Spur fowl, Croaking Cisticola and Zanzibar Red Bishop.