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Nairobi City Tour

Nairobi City Tour - Nairobi, Kenya
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Duration: 4 to 5 hrs
Location: Nairobi, Kenya

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$150.00

The African City of Nairobi has spectacular History. This tour goes to the principal landmarks, the Parliament buildings, City market, National museum and snake park with lunch at carnivore restaurant or similar.

Following pick up from your hotel, we travel to the The Nairobi Provincial Commissioners offices are situated in a listed 1913 building ... More info ›

The African City of Nairobi has spectacular History. This tour goes to the principal landmarks, the Parliament buildings, City market, National museum and snake park with lunch at carnivore restaurant or similar.

Following pick up from your hotel, we travel to the The Nairobi Provincial Commissioners offices are situated in a listed 1913 building. Off the Uhuru Highway to the left you have the Faculty of Engineering Department of our biggest Campus, the Nairobi University. Further down Harry Thuku Road is the Norfolk Hotel. Historically, the Norfolk was "The Place" for starting safaris as way back in 1904. Opposite the Norfolk is the Kenya Conservatoire of Music and the National Theater. Ahead is what was until very recently the only broadcasting stations in the country i.e. The Voice of Kenya (V.O.K now known as the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation). Branch on to Kijabe Street where many book shops and publishers are situated.

Former American Embassy is situated on the corner of Moi Avenue which is now a memorial place. To the right on Haile Selasie Avenue is the Railway Station, the Railway Museum and the Kenya Railways Headquarters.

Next we drive directly to Nairobi hill viewpoint from where you have a panoramic view of the city. Continue on to "Gods corner", significant for the number of different churches situated in this area.

Rejoin Uhuru Highway on your way to the National Museum, a major International Center for natural history and especially the study of human evolution. Visit also the Snake Park.the Tour will end with sumptuous lunch at the carnivore restaurant. Please note that vegetarians can also have their meal here but if its too tempting we can select another restaurant for vegetarians.

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Marafa Hells' Kitchen and Malindi Tour from Malindi

Marafa Hells' Kitchen and Malindi Tour from Malindi - Watamu, Kenya

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Watamu, Kenya

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$80.80

Excursion dedicated to Malindi, with its flavors and colors typically African. Shopping tour inside the Arab Malindi, one of the most fascinating areas known for its textiles, the local handicrafts made of wood or soapstone, batik and kikoi ... More info ›

Excursion dedicated to Malindi, with its flavors and colors typically African. Shopping tour inside the Arab Malindi, one of the most fascinating areas known for its textiles, the local handicrafts made of wood or soapstone, batik and kikoi. Drive from Malindi town to the village is called Marafa, but its proximity to the biodiversity-rich Dakatcha woodlands is not its most outstanding feature. Hell’s Kitchen is an odd sandstone canyon that might be Kenya’s best kept-secret.

Enjoy a complimentary hotel pickup and transfer to the best of Malindi and Hell's Kitchen canyon. Sights of Excursion dedicated to Malindi, with its flavors and colors typically African.

The guide will take you through the old area known for its old world charm, spices and jewelry in semi-precious stones. Shopping Tour inside the "Arab" Malindi, one of the most fascinating areas known for its textiles, the local handicrafts made of wood or soapstone, batik and kikoi. Visit to the Akamba factory, better known as the factory of the wood, where during all today you can admire the direct processing of these works of art.
At the end of tour to Malindi Town go on: The Hell’s Kitchen Marafa Canyon. With a guaranteed window seat, you can sit back and relax as you enjoy the incredible views. Marafa is a small village with conspicuous baobab trees. The village is called Marafa, but its proximity to the biodiversity-rich Dakatcha woodlands is not its most outstanding feature, It was originally a place characterized by sandstone, which as a result of the rains, has eroded over thousands of years, creating a canyon where pinnacles, ravines, spires and sinuous giant structures alternate creating a wonderful show.

Hells Kitchen is a depression but the local traditional legend highly believed that there once lived a rich family in the 17th century. The family owned a large farm and livestock while the other families lived in poverty. The rich family didn’t support the local people in any way despite its richness. The rich family used milk from livestock for bathing and washing. This annoyed the Gods and curse extended to the rich family. The Gods punishment was a heavy torrential rain. The local people heard a strange sound in the night and were all surprised to see the rich family had vanished. The landscape is valued for its sacredness. The people around it go there to pray to the Gods if they have problems e.g rain, disease e.t.c and their problems are solved. Together with the guide you will walk within this natural canyon whose color varies during the day according to the inclination of the sun rays. After the walk accede to the "terrace" ready to wait, with cameras, for a marvelous sunset with the typical colors of Africa.

After the completion of your tour, enjoy the worry-free transfer in a courtesy car back to your hotel.

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David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center Full-Day Tour from Nairobi

David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center Full-Day Tour from Nairobi - Nairobi, Kenya
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Nairobi, Kenya

From USD
$51.00

Spend the day visiting the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphaned Trust and the Giraffe Center, home to the Rothschild giraffe. You will also be taken to the Kazuri Beads Women's Factory and the Karen Blixen Museum since they are close to the main route, But you will pay for the museum which is 12 USD per person.

Start your tour with pick up at a hotel or residency within Nairobi CBD at 9:30 am ... More info ›

Spend the day visiting the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphaned Trust and the Giraffe Center, home to the Rothschild giraffe. You will also be taken to the Kazuri Beads Women's Factory and the Karen Blixen Museum since they are close to the main route, But you will pay for the museum which is 12 USD per person.

Start your tour with pick up at a hotel or residency within Nairobi CBD at 9:30 am.

The first stop is the Elephant Orphaned Trust; it is strictly open between 11 am and 12 noon. Here you will be able to see rescued baby and teenage elephants and learn their unique stories of how they got there, how they got their names and what plans are there to release them.

You will then be driven to the Giraffe centre where you will learn more about the conversation efforts to conserve an endangered species and also get to feed them and take selfies with the Giant animals.

You will then be driven to the Kazuri Beads factory. This is a pottery company that makes one of the world most beautiful beads. You will be shown all the stages from the start to the finish. It’s also a unique factory as it employs single mother parents from the neighborhood who earn a living to support their families.

You then have the option of being driven to lunch and then to your hotel. Upon request and at no extra transport cost, we are happy to drive you to The Karen Blixen Museum. We dont charge for the extra transport to the museum but you will pay your entrance fee for the museum at 12 USD per person. A famous white settler story, depicted in the famous movie Out of Africa. You’ll learn the story of this amazing woman and how she changed the lives of the local people.
You also have another option of going to the Bomas of Kenya. It's is a cultural centre at Langata, near the main gate to Nairobi National Park. The talented resident artistes perform traditional dances and songs taken from the country's various tribal groups, including Arab-influenced Swahili Taarab music, Kalenjin warrior dances, Embu drumming and Kikuyu circumcision ceremonies. It's touristy, of course, but it's still a spectacular afternoon out.It is a must visit for all visitors. For this you will add an extra 20 USD per person and give it to the driver.

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Full-Day Tour of Mombasa

Full-Day Tour of Mombasa - Mombasa, Kenya
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Mombasa, Kenya

From USD
$79.00

The tour begins from any accomodation in Mombasa area and visits: Fort Jesus Historical Museum, Old town, Walk in the market and lunch in a local dishes restaurant in Mombasa, Mombasa Giant elephant Tusk monument and afternoon visit to the haller park.

You will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the Fort Jesus. This is Mombasa's oldest museum and it depicts the culture and the origin of the local people, mentioning the origin of Swahili ... More info ›

The tour begins from any accomodation in Mombasa area and visits: Fort Jesus Historical Museum, Old town, Walk in the market and lunch in a local dishes restaurant in Mombasa, Mombasa Giant elephant Tusk monument and afternoon visit to the haller park.

You will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the Fort Jesus. This is Mombasa's oldest museum and it depicts the culture and the origin of the local people, mentioning the origin of Swahili. With a guide you will be able to trace the historical pattern leading to the influence of the sultans. In addition, you will learn the culture of the local people through different exhibitions.
You will enjoy a walk in narrow streets of the Mombasa old town, passing through the famous fish market before driving to see the elephant tusks as a monuments of the ancient (now illegal) ivory trade. After, you will then walk in the market with lunch at a local dishes to sample the local cuisines. After lunch you will be taken to the Haller Park. This is not a zoo but a free roaming animal sanctuary born out of the idea to conserve a big old vast former cement quarry. There are lots of animals to see and depending on your excitement this will last between 2 and three hours from where you will dropped back to your hotel.

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Bomas of Kenya Half-Day Tour from Nairobi

Bomas of Kenya Half-Day Tour from Nairobi  - Nairobi, Kenya

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Nairobi, Kenya

From USD
$35.00

The Bomas of Kenya is a cultural centre at Langata, near the main gate to Nairobi National Park. The talented resident artistes perform traditional dances and songs taken from the country's  various tribal groups, including Arab-influenced Swahili taarab music, Kalenjin warrior dances, Embu drumming and Kikuyu circumcision ceremonies ... More info ›

The Bomas of Kenya is a cultural centre at Langata, near the main gate to Nairobi National Park. The talented resident artistes perform traditional dances and songs taken from the country's  various tribal groups, including Arab-influenced Swahili taarab music, Kalenjin warrior dances, Embu drumming and Kikuyu circumcision ceremonies. It's touristy, of course, but it's still a spectacular afternoon out.

 

 

Enjoy your afternoon and start your tour around 1:30pm from your hotel or residency within Nairobi CBD and drive to the Bomas of Kenya.

Bomas of Kenya offers Kenya in miniature! It is a must visit to all visitors. Situated 10km from Nairobi city center, and about 1 km past main entrance of the game-filled Nairobi National Park, Bomas of Kenya lets you see the wonderful diversity of cultures that make up this fascinating country. At Bomas, different aspects of Kenyan culture are displayed including living styles, crafts, music and dancing. The word Bomas was derived from "Boma"-a Swahili word for enclosed homestead and there are now many different "Bomas", each one representing one of Kenya's major ethnic groups.

Don't miss out on the most exciting traditional dances and acrobatic shows before heading back to your hotel or residency within Nairobi CBD. 

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SHORE EXCURSION Full-Day Tour of Mombasa

SHORE EXCURSION Full-Day Tour of Mombasa - Mombasa, Kenya

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Mombasa, Kenya

From USD
$82.00

The tour begins from cruise ships docking in Mombasa port and we bring you back to the port on time for onward travels: Fort Jesus Historical Museum, Old town, Walk in the market and lunch in a local dishes restaurant in Mombasa, Mombasa Giant elephant Tusk monument and afternoon visit to the haller park.

You will be picked up from the port and taken to the Fort Jesus. This is Mombasa's oldest museum and it depicts the culture and the origin of the local people, mentioning the origin of Swahili ... More info ›

The tour begins from cruise ships docking in Mombasa port and we bring you back to the port on time for onward travels: Fort Jesus Historical Museum, Old town, Walk in the market and lunch in a local dishes restaurant in Mombasa, Mombasa Giant elephant Tusk monument and afternoon visit to the haller park.

You will be picked up from the port and taken to the Fort Jesus. This is Mombasa's oldest museum and it depicts the culture and the origin of the local people, mentioning the origin of Swahili. With a guide you will be able to trace the historical pattern leading to the influence of the sultans. In addition, you will learn the culture of the local people through different exhibitions.
You will enjoy a walk in narrow streets of the Mombasa old town, passing through the famous fish market before driving to see the elephant tusks as a monuments of the ancient (now illegal) ivory trade. After, you will then walk in the market with lunch at a local dishes to sample the local cuisines. After lunch you will be taken to the Haller Park. This is not a zoo but a free roaming animal sanctuary born out of the idea to conserve a big old vast former cement quarry. There are lots of animals to see and depending on your excitement this will last between 2 and three hours from where you will dropped back to your hotel.

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