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Nairobi National Park is one of Kenya’s most accessible and beautiful safari parks that tourists fall in love with at first sight. It is located on the southern most side of the city and spans over 117 square km boasting a range of wildlife that ...
This national park opened its gates to the public more than 30 years ago and it owes its name to a narrow break in the cliffs. The park is famous for the spectacular scenery it offers which includes Central and Fischer’s Tower along with the ...
If you want to see Kenya in miniature then you have to visit Bomas of Kenya. It is a must visit for tourists and is located about 10 km from the main city centre and is just 1 km from the Nairobi National Park. The tourist village allows visitors ...
The Nairobi Arboretum is a forest and a national reserve spanning across 30 hectares of heavily forested woodland and home to more than 300 species of local and exotic plants and birds. Most of the flora is labeled for educational reasons and the ...
The Ngong Hills overlook the Great Rift Valley and comprise of 4 summits that look eerily similar to a giant’s knuckle which is actually the basis for several Masai legends. The location offers grassy slopes where a hiker can spend hours ...
The Uhuru Gardens have great historical significance for the people of Kenya as it is the location where former President Jomo Kenyatta came to office when the country gained independence back in the 1960s. One of the main attractions is the 24 ...