Discover the culture, origins and fun of Mombasa.This full-day city tour is part history and part shopping!,also get to enjoy free seafood lunch which will be served at one of the most historic restaurants in Mombasa.You will explore Mombasa’s exotic markets for personal treasures. Then tour the city’s Arabic and Portuguese past and witness their present-day influence on this colorful metropolis.Later visit the haller park.The Park consists of a Game Sanctuary, Reptile Park, small demonstration Fish Farm area, Palm Garden, Crocodile pens and a giraffe viewing platform, offering a variety of attractions at the various points to educate and entertain the over 160,000 visitors who visit the park every year.The diversity of vegetation is considerable, from mangrove palms and majestic indigenous shade trees to coastal forests where several of these plants are rare and endangered; ahaven for botanist. Yet each plant plays an important role in the overall harmony of the ecosystem.
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.
The Maasai community live in small mud-thatched villages, surrounded by their cattle and smaller livestock. For hundreds of years the Masai have roamed these lands of Kenya and Tanzania, living a free, nomadic lifestyle. Their traditional lands now comprise much of Kenya’s national parks.A highlight of your safari vacation is a visit with these Maasai people. Many of the tribes welcome visitors to their villages to view up close their culture and lifestyle.
This is a Half Day Nairobi walking tour designed to give you a snap shot of the rich history and culture of the Kenyan people in East Africa's most sophisticated city. This tour includes a city walk with visits to museums and finally city watching at a relaxation center
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the capital on a private day tour to Kiambethu Farm in Limuru, and learn about the history and cultivation of one of Kenya’s top export- tea. Explore the serene grounds with a guide for insight into the traditional and modern uses of the native flora, and unwind with lunch, drinks, and round-trip transfer included.
Discover Kenya's rich cultural diversity on this tour from Nairobi to Bomas of Kenya, a village that was constructed to represent elements of each of Kenya's 42 ethnic groups. Tour the village with a guide before enjoying traditional performances in dance, music, and storytelling to gain a greater appreciation and understanding of Kenyan life.
Masai Mara National Reserve is a must-visit place in Kenya for travelers interested in wildlife experiences. Avoid the rush of cramming all of your sightseeing into one day, and take your time with a tour that’s split over two days. Get the chance to spot buffaloes, elephants, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, crocodiles, and more on this exciting adventure that includes accommodation, transport, and select meals.
Get a glimpse of life in Africa’s largest urban slum on a private walking tour to Kibera, a deeply impoverished area that’s home to thousands of people. Visit the area with a guide who was born and raised in Kibera, tour an orphanage and school, then see how local craftspeople repurpose bones in a bead factory. This tour includes pickup and drop-off at your hotel in Nairobi.
Experience Kenya’s diverse cultures on a private tour to Bomas of Kenya that includes entrance fees and round-trip transport from your Nairobi hotel. Feel the beat of Swahili taarab music, watch Kalenjin warriors perform traditional dances, listen to Embu drumming, and learn about the Kikuyu people’s elaborate circumcision rituals.
It can be hard to appreciate Kenya’s diverse cultures and traditions in the urban capital. Gain insight into the country’s heritage on a tour to Bomas of Kenya, a model village just outside the city designed to resemble the dwellings of different indigenous communities. Watch a cultural performance curated for tourists, and explore the interactive exhibition space to see examples of traditional crafts, furnishings, and architecture.
Dedicate an afternoon to immersing yourself in Kenyan culture on this private tour to the Bomas of Kenya tourist village. Learn about the country’s diverse tribal cultures through craft, music, and dance presentations, then visit a local restaurant for a traditional Kenyan dinner. Enjoy a hassle-free, half-day excursion with round-trip transportation provided from your hotel.
Combine two Nairobi highlights on a tour that starts at the Bomas of Kenya then continues to the Carnivore Restaurant for a sizzling dinner served on Masai swords. It’s a cultural immersion that packs traditions from all over Kenya — from dance to song and folklore — into one afternoon, and visiting the adjacent destinations on a single excursion means less time on the road and more time to experience Kenyan culture.
This city tour gives you an opportunity to see the splendor of Nairobi in a few hours. Enjoy the architecture of the buildings as you learn about the historical monuments found on different parts of the city. Pass by the parliament buildings and the city market plus the Upperhill viewpoint where you can get a panoramic view of the city. A visit to the Railways museum is a must and also the National Museum that gives you more insight about the country's history and culture. Also a detailed glimpse into the human evolution showcased here including a beautiful botanical garden.
I love to begin my day in an open space with fresh air & good vibes, not to mention the breathtaking view of the Nairobi skyline. Souvenir shopping at Maasai Market is a must-do in Nairobi. We'll dive into what Kenya has to offer in the fashion, home decor & art scenes and enjoy local food at one of my favourite spots.
Gain an intimate glimpse of Kenya’s tea industry on this full-day tour to the Riara Tea Farm, with hassle-free round-trip transportation from your Nairobi hotel. Explore the plantation with your professional guide to learn more about the processes of tea production, then sample a fresh cup along with your complimentary lunch and enjoy sweeping views of the lush landscape, with the Ngong Hills and Yatta Plateau visible in the distance.
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.
Masai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved Savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya, along the Tanzanian border. Its animals include lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos. Wildebeest traverse its plains during their annual migration. The landscape has grassy plains and rolling hills, and is crossed by the Mara and Talek rivers. The area nearby is dotted with villages of Masai people.This is a 2 nights/3 days safari staying in a camp. The safari starts from Nairobi through the rift valley view Point to Masai Mara. You will have evening game drive on first day and full day drive the second day with picnic lunch, the third day you have morning game drive then leave Masai Mara to Nairobi where the safari ends.
*Its the only paradise where you can walk among the wild animals. Its a very special place. *watch the amazing skills of the eagles picking fish from the lake as you ride on the boat and Plenty of Hippos.*Enjoy a relaxed Lake Side Sunset*Enjoy the View of the Rift valley* Ride a bike under the cool acacia tress.
Kenya’s most ancient city, Mombasa is an island, which boasts a long and proud history. This tour is a discovery of what was once to be the capital of the country Kenya; an amazing tourist destination and a haven for rich and amazing ancient culture.
While better known for coffee, Kenya also produces tea. Discover the leaf behind the liquid on this door-to-door day trip to Kiambethu Farm, Kenya’s first tea plantation, established in 1910. Exploring with a guide in a group no larger than 15, tour the tea fields, stroll the forest, keeping an eye out for colobus monkeys, learn about indigenous plants, and feast on a 3-course buffet lunch.
This excursion around the capital city of Kenya allows you to explore the rich culture, history, traditions and delicacies. The tour will stop off at the central shopping areas of Nairobi, the Snake Park and the National Museum
Profit from your booking will be used to support the local community and send children to school. Kevin spends his whole life in Kibera and he can tell you stories, show you places. Kevin rescued a few street children and put them in orphanage school and the kids consider him Big Brother.