First, we’ll start with a visit to the modern City Centre. Here, you’ll get to see Nairobi’s bustling streets and get a feel for the city’s urban vibe. You’ll also see some of Nairobi’s most iconic buildings, including the Kenyatta International Conference Centre.
Next up, we’ll head to the city market, where you can experience Nairobi’s vibrant and colorful culture. You’ll find an array of stalls selling everything from fresh produce to local handicrafts. Don’t forget to haggle with the vendors for the best price!
After the market, we’ll head to the parliament buildings, where you can see the impressive architecture and learn about Kenya’s political history. We’ll take a stroll around the grounds and see the beautiful gardens and fountains.
Our next stop is the Railways Museum, where you can learn about Kenya’s railway history and see the various locomotives and train carriages used throughout the years. It’s a fascinating glimpse into the country’s transportation past.
Then, we’ll visit the renowned National Museum, which is a must-visit for anyone interested in the flora, fauna, and history of Kenya. You’ll get to see exhibits on early man, artifacts from pre-historic sites, and tribal regalia. You can also visit the adjacent snake park to see some of the country’s most venomous reptiles (entrance fees payable directly at the park).
After a fun-filled half-day tour of Nairobi, we’ll drop you off at your hotel or preferred destination. I hope you have a great time exploring the city!
Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Nairobi and take you on a half-day tour of the city.
Your first stop will be the Nairobi National Museum, which is a great place to learn about Kenya's history, culture, and wildlife. The museum has exhibits on everything from early human history to contemporary art, and it also houses a collection of live animals, including snakes, crocodiles, and monkeys.
Next, you will visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which is a sanctuary for orphaned elephants and rhinos. Here, you can watch the baby elephants play and feed, and learn about the conservation efforts being made to protect these endangered animals.
After the wildlife sanctuary, you will visit the Kazuri Beads Factory, which is a women's cooperative that makes handmade ceramic beads. You can see the process of how the beads are made, and purchase some souvenirs to take home.
Your final stop will be at Carnivore Restaurant, which is famous for its delicious meat dishes. Here, you can sample a variety of game meats, such as ostrich, crocodile, and camel, as well as more traditional meats like beef and chicken.
After lunch, your tour guide will drop you back off at your hotel in Nairobi, where you can rest and reflect on your half-day adventure.