Enock’s guidebook

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Enock’s guidebook

Sightseeing

Located 45 kilometers from Nairobi on the Athi River plains, and seven kilometres off Namanga Road, the ranch farm is one of the biggest suppliers of ostrich meat and feathers to Kenyan and overseas market. It has its fame for ‘ostrich choma.’
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Maasai Ostrich Farm
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Located 45 kilometers from Nairobi on the Athi River plains, and seven kilometres off Namanga Road, the ranch farm is one of the biggest suppliers of ostrich meat and feathers to Kenyan and overseas market. It has its fame for ‘ostrich choma.’
Small zoo featuring a wide range of snakes, crocodiles & tortoises in glass & open-air enclosures.
Stedmak gardens
Small zoo featuring a wide range of snakes, crocodiles & tortoises in glass & open-air enclosures.
Kenya’s wonderful National Museum, housed in an imposing building amid lush, leafy grounds just outside the centre, has a good range of cultural and natural-history exhibits.
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Nairobi National Museum
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Kenya’s wonderful National Museum, housed in an imposing building amid lush, leafy grounds just outside the centre, has a good range of cultural and natural-history exhibits.
Enjoy the quad-biking experience which is an adrenaline-filled motorsport and Lukenya provides the perfect setting with its wide spaces, rocky outcrops and winding trails
Lukenya Motorcross
Enjoy the quad-biking experience which is an adrenaline-filled motorsport and Lukenya provides the perfect setting with its wide spaces, rocky outcrops and winding trails
The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is located in the Nairobi National Park. It serves a treatments and rehabilitation centre for wild animals. The Orphanage hosts lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards, various monkeys, baboons and buffalo. Various birds can also be viewed including parrots, guinea fowls, crowned cranes and ostriches.
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Nairobi Animal Orphanage
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The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is located in the Nairobi National Park. It serves a treatments and rehabilitation centre for wild animals. The Orphanage hosts lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards, various monkeys, baboons and buffalo. Various birds can also be viewed including parrots, guinea fowls, crowned cranes and ostriches.
Nairobi boasts of a park within the city. Nairobi National Park is a great place to relax, and see different species of wildlife just minutes away from the city centre. This national park is located along Langata Road, and it is accessible from the Mombasa road Animals to see here include lions, giraffes and zebras. It takes about 4 hours to explore the national park.
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Parque Nacional de Nairóbi
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Nairobi boasts of a park within the city. Nairobi National Park is a great place to relax, and see different species of wildlife just minutes away from the city centre. This national park is located along Langata Road, and it is accessible from the Mombasa road Animals to see here include lions, giraffes and zebras. It takes about 4 hours to explore the national park.
Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), previously known as Kenyatta International Conference Centre, is the main conferences and workshops venue in Nairobi. It is located in the heart of the city, close to important government offices as well as star rated hotels. The KICC has 28 floors, and it is one of the city’s landmarks. It continues to host numerous local and international seminars, conferences and workshops.
KICC
Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), previously known as Kenyatta International Conference Centre, is the main conferences and workshops venue in Nairobi. It is located in the heart of the city, close to important government offices as well as star rated hotels. The KICC has 28 floors, and it is one of the city’s landmarks. It continues to host numerous local and international seminars, conferences and workshops.
Arboretum in Nairobi was founded in the early 20th century in a bid to save indigenous trees from the demand of fuel by the Uganda Railway. These new trees that were being tried out for forestry were gazetted as a national reserve in 1932 hence becoming an arboretum "a living collection of trees". The Arboretum has over 300 species of trees that are home to hundreds of birds, insects and small mammals in 30 hectares of land.
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The Nairobi Arboretum
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Arboretum in Nairobi was founded in the early 20th century in a bid to save indigenous trees from the demand of fuel by the Uganda Railway. These new trees that were being tried out for forestry were gazetted as a national reserve in 1932 hence becoming an arboretum "a living collection of trees". The Arboretum has over 300 species of trees that are home to hundreds of birds, insects and small mammals in 30 hectares of land.
Kibera is the largest slum in Africa that houses about 10% of Nairobi's population with majority of the residents living in extreme poverty. Kibera is in southwest Nairobi, roughly 5 kilometres from the city centre. Kibera, Nubian for Forest or Jungle, was founded in the colobial era. When Nubian soldiers, who had served in the interests of British military, were allocated land. Africans with permits to live in Nairobi started renting out from the Nubian landlords therefore growing into an informal settlement. Unescorted visits are not advised, but several agencies run tours of this township.
Kibera
Kibera is the largest slum in Africa that houses about 10% of Nairobi's population with majority of the residents living in extreme poverty. Kibera is in southwest Nairobi, roughly 5 kilometres from the city centre. Kibera, Nubian for Forest or Jungle, was founded in the colobial era. When Nubian soldiers, who had served in the interests of British military, were allocated land. Africans with permits to live in Nairobi started renting out from the Nubian landlords therefore growing into an informal settlement. Unescorted visits are not advised, but several agencies run tours of this township.
Karen Blixen Museum was formerly home to the author Karen Blixen, who wrote Out of Africa, before it was gifted to the Kenyan government by the Danish. Situated at the foothills of Ngong Hills, the museum is now a must visit as you travel to Nairobi. A tour to the Karen Blixen Museum is characterised by going through the life plus possesions of Karen and her family and thereafter getting souverniors from the home. Karen Blixen Museum is also a perfect place for photoshootsn and garden weddings.
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Karen Blixen Museum
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Karen Blixen Museum was formerly home to the author Karen Blixen, who wrote Out of Africa, before it was gifted to the Kenyan government by the Danish. Situated at the foothills of Ngong Hills, the museum is now a must visit as you travel to Nairobi. A tour to the Karen Blixen Museum is characterised by going through the life plus possesions of Karen and her family and thereafter getting souverniors from the home. Karen Blixen Museum is also a perfect place for photoshootsn and garden weddings.
Nairobi Safari Walk is a perfect setting for showing visitors the kind of fauna and flora that the country has to offer. The 27-acre leisure park is home to a range of wild animals and over 150 species of trees. Nairobi Safari Walk is a raised wooden boardwalk, that enables visitors to have a glimpse of what to expect in the country's national parks and reserves. There is a sample of wildlife including the albino zebra, white rhino, and the rare bongo.
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Nairobi Safari Walk
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Nairobi Safari Walk is a perfect setting for showing visitors the kind of fauna and flora that the country has to offer. The 27-acre leisure park is home to a range of wild animals and over 150 species of trees. Nairobi Safari Walk is a raised wooden boardwalk, that enables visitors to have a glimpse of what to expect in the country's national parks and reserves. There is a sample of wildlife including the albino zebra, white rhino, and the rare bongo.
The Giraffe Centre is a sanctuary for Rothschild giraffes. It is one of the wildlife educational centres in Nairobi. The Giraffe Centre is located in Karen, about an hour's drive from Nairobi's city centre. It is home to Rothschild giraffes, and it also serves as a breeding sanctuary for these giraffes and an educational centre. Feed giraffes from a podium as you learn more about these animals and the conservation efforts in the country.
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Giraffe Centre
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The Giraffe Centre is a sanctuary for Rothschild giraffes. It is one of the wildlife educational centres in Nairobi. The Giraffe Centre is located in Karen, about an hour's drive from Nairobi's city centre. It is home to Rothschild giraffes, and it also serves as a breeding sanctuary for these giraffes and an educational centre. Feed giraffes from a podium as you learn more about these animals and the conservation efforts in the country.

Food scene

Greenpark Sundowner

Open air Market

This open air Maasai Market is open several days a week at different locations in Nairobi. Tuesday: Prestige Plaza Wednesday: Capital Center Thursday: Junction Mall Fridays: Village Market in Gigiri & Lavington Mall Saturday & Sunday : High Court Parking, City Square Down Town Nairobi city Center opposite Re-Insurance Plaza & Prestige Plaza along Ngong road Sunday: Yaya Shopping Centre
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Maasai Market
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This open air Maasai Market is open several days a week at different locations in Nairobi. Tuesday: Prestige Plaza Wednesday: Capital Center Thursday: Junction Mall Fridays: Village Market in Gigiri & Lavington Mall Saturday & Sunday : High Court Parking, City Square Down Town Nairobi city Center opposite Re-Insurance Plaza & Prestige Plaza along Ngong road Sunday: Yaya Shopping Centre

My favorite local attractions

The Bomas of Kenya presents the whole of Kenya in one space. Boma, Swahili for house, is the concept behind which the cultural cente was set up. Bomas of Kenya has 42 villages, each for a specific ethnic group in Kenya, that showcases their ways of life. Visit the Bomas of Kenya for a culltural intergration trip with the people of Kenya. Learn about the cultures of all 42 tribes in Kenya and therafter enjoy traditional dances and acrobatic shows
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Bomas Of Kenya
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The Bomas of Kenya presents the whole of Kenya in one space. Boma, Swahili for house, is the concept behind which the cultural cente was set up. Bomas of Kenya has 42 villages, each for a specific ethnic group in Kenya, that showcases their ways of life. Visit the Bomas of Kenya for a culltural intergration trip with the people of Kenya. Learn about the cultures of all 42 tribes in Kenya and therafter enjoy traditional dances and acrobatic shows
Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, the heart of David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, has attracted global attention in its efforts to rescue and rehabilitate elephants and rhinos. To date, more than 150 elephants have been raised by the trust in the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and reintroduced in the wild herds. Mingle with young elephants and rhinos at the orphanage in Nairobi. Learn about these animals, see where they sleep and watch their keepers play with them. This wildlife sanctuary is located within the Nairobi National Park.
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Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage
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Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, the heart of David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, has attracted global attention in its efforts to rescue and rehabilitate elephants and rhinos. To date, more than 150 elephants have been raised by the trust in the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and reintroduced in the wild herds. Mingle with young elephants and rhinos at the orphanage in Nairobi. Learn about these animals, see where they sleep and watch their keepers play with them. This wildlife sanctuary is located within the Nairobi National Park.

Recreational Grounds

Uhuru Park is a recreational ground set up adjacent Nairobi's CBD. The park features several monuments and an artificial lake making it a perfcet hangout joint for families. Visit Uhuru Park with your family and enjoy boat rides in the artificial lake. You can also get in touch with the Kenyan historical side by looking at the meanings of the several monuments set up in the area. Fun activites for kids include skating and facepainting.
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Uhuru Park
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Uhuru Park is a recreational ground set up adjacent Nairobi's CBD. The park features several monuments and an artificial lake making it a perfcet hangout joint for families. Visit Uhuru Park with your family and enjoy boat rides in the artificial lake. You can also get in touch with the Kenyan historical side by looking at the meanings of the several monuments set up in the area. Fun activites for kids include skating and facepainting.