A chance to see the red elephants of Tsavo, famous for the Man Eaters of Tsavo, a pride of marauding lions which killed, maimed and injured railway construction workers in 1918, Tsavo East National park its home to cheetahs, zebras, rhinos, zebras, warthogs among others, stunning natural attractions and 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.
Get your bearings in Nairobi on a private walking tour of the city that includes round-trip hotel transfer and a local guide. Learn about local history and culture as you take in landmarks from Uhuru Park to the Kenyatta International Conference Center and August 7th Memorial Park.
Take a guided tour of Nairobi with a private driver. Visit Jevangee Garden, a park donated to and owned by Kenya’s poor, and Uhuru Park, a sprawling recreational area adjacent to the central business district. You will also visit the Kenyatta International Conference Center for a chance to see panoramic views of Nairobi from its tower.
This is a day trip to Ngare Ndare Forest. We will pick you and drop you off from anywhere in Nairobi or Nanyuki. Other locations can be arranged. Activities include hiking, animal spotting, canopy walk and swimming in a natural blue pool. Overnight accommodation or camping available on request. We can also alter this itinerary if you would like to go to other landmarks or destinations. Please contact us for requests.
We take you through a shopping tour of the Masai Market and other African shops within the city. Get your fabric or even your dress or shirt made on during the tour. Our guide ensures you get the highest quality at discounted rates.
The tour allows the traveler to explore the unseen side of Nairobi city with Kibera being one of the largest urban slums in the world. The tour also allows the visitor an opportunity to learn and share experiences with the locals and children living in the slum.
Kenya is known for its unique scenery and diverse wildlife, but knowing the best spots to see prime examples can be tricky on self-led tours. Discover Hell's Gate National Park and Lake Naivasha on a day tour from Nairobi, ideal for travelers on limited time. Be immersed in the park’s volcanic landscape as you explore by foot, and look out for native species such as zebra, giraffe, and hyena.
Get to know a Nairobi beyond its history during this 3-hour private walking tour with former street children. Follow your guides through the city streets and learn about their upbringing on the streets and how they transformed their lives with the Nai Nami project for underprivileged youths. Learn about life on the street, ask questions, and develop personal connections with the locals during this storytelling tour.
Visit Malindi markets and workshops then explore Marafa-Hells Kitchen on a tour that’s timed to catch sunset over the spectacular eroded landscape. Door-to-door transport from Malindi hotels make this a convenient way to experience Malindi’s fascinating culture and nature, and the tour features a guided sunset hike through the Marafa-Hells Kitchen canyon.
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
A day to be spent exploring the unseen side of Nairobi through Kibera Slum which is unseen by most tourists. Kibera is Africa's largest slum and the friendliest slum in the world. Visit Toi market, an Orphanage/ School, a Bead Factory, a typical Kibera-House and The Biogas Center
Go for a game viewing to the park closest to the city then Get into close contact with the Giraffes. Learn more about the endangered species and their adaptive behaviors See the baby elephants. Get to hear how they were rescued and the names they have been given
See flocks of Lake Bogoria flamingos on a full-day trip from Nairobi to an alkaline lake in the Rift Valley. With up to two million flamingos in some seasons, Lake Bogoria is a dramatic spectacle when it’s awash in bright pink, but it’s also home to dozens of other bird species and wildlife, including little grebes, little bee-eaters, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, and greater kudu.
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.
See Nairobi’s most popular attractions on a private sightseeing tour of the city. Skip the taxis and public transport and opt for the convenience of a private guide and driver who will pick you up from your hotel and walk you through the Nairobi National Museum, August 7th Memorial Park, and take you to the top of the Kenyatta International Conference Center.
Between fake souvenirs and the national bargaining culture, shopping in Nairobi can be a minefield. Find the best quality arts, crafts, jewelry, clothing, and homewares at sensible prices on this small-group guided door-to-door shopping tour. Visit the African Heritage House, Utamaduni Craft Centre, Kazuri Beads Factory, Marula Studios, the City Market, and, if it’s open, the Maasai Market, and leave with souvenirs that will last a lifetime.
Turn your visit to Lake Naivasha into a wildlife safari by booking this tour to Crescent Island, a game park in the middle of the lake with miles of walking trails and abundant wildlife. Follow your guide down miles of trails in search of dik-diks, gazelles, buffalo, and more—you might even see crocodiles and hippos on your boat ride back to the mainland.
Walk through Nairobi's buzzing city center on a half-day, small-group walking tour that explores some of the city's key sites. You'll learn about local history and culture as you see the Nairobi Railway Station Museum, the former American Embassy, the Mzee Jomo Kenyatta Mausoleum, and more, and glide to the top of the KICC Tower for great views of the city. Duck into a local market to practice your bargaining skills and browse locally-made crafts and artwork, with the option to finish the tour with coffee in a downtown cafe.
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.
Go into the Great Rift Valley to hike an extinct volcano and explore a shimmering lake on a full-day, private tour from Nairobi to Mount Longonot National Park and Lake Naivasha. A guided hike to the summit earns sweeping views across the Great Rift Valley and into forested crater, and the tour’s early departure from Nairobi means you’ll be hiking Mount Longonot in the cooler morning hours.
Knowing the best spots to pick up Kenyan souvenirs can be tricky in the capital. Discover unique vendors and producers on a shopping tour of the city, customizable to suit your interests and budget. Visit markets, workshops, and craft centers across the city, benefiting from advice and insights from your round-trip driver and guide.
Packed with landmarks and colorful markets, Nairobi’s compact city center is perfect for exploring on foot, but finding your way through the crowds can be overwhelming. Join a guide for a Nairobi walking tour that covers key sights, from a rooftop observatory to the American Embassy Memorial Garden, with time to browse markets, learn about local history, and discover Nairobi’s green spaces.
As one of the largest cities in all of Africa, Nairobi can be a handful for first-time visitors. Get a grip on this super-sized city by booking a guided tour, which takes you to attractions like the Nairobi Railway Museum, Kenyatta International Convention Centre, and more. Your guide fills you in on the city’s history and culture while you walk to top Nairobi destinations.