THINGS TO DO IN NAIROBI
Nairobi’s captivating blend of wildlife, culture, and history offers an unforgettable experience for every visitor. Embrace the spirit of adventure as you explore the heart of Kenya’s capital and create cherished memories to last a lifetime.
With endless opportunities to appreciate the natural beauty of Nairobi, make the most of the outdoors and wander through the neighbouring Nairobi National Park for a glimpse of wildlife. Discover the lush Karura Forest just outside of the city, or, relax and enjoy a round of golf and local market shopping.
Whatever your reason for travel, a stay at our hotel allows for both lively, and tame adventures nearby. Choose from the plethora of outdoor activities that we have highlighted, for a more memorable stay in the Nairobi area.
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK
Nairobi National Park, a unique wildlife sanctuary, is a true gem nestled right on the doorstep of Kenya’s bustling capital city. Spanning over 117 square kilometers, it is one of the few national parks in the world situated within a major urban area.
BOMAS OF KENYA
Experience an enchanting cultural center that celebrates the rich tapestry of Kenya’s diverse ethnic heritage. Located just outside Nairobi, Bomas of Kenya offers a captivating journey into the traditions, music, dance, and artistry of the country’s various ethnic communities.
The Giraffe Centre, located in Nairobi, Kenya, is a charming and unique conservation center dedicated to the preservation and protection of the endangered Rothschild giraffe. Founded in 1979 by Jock Leslie-Melville and his wife Betty, the center has played a significant role in raising awareness about giraffe conservation and providing a safe haven for these majestic creatures.
Karura Forest, a verdant oasis nestled in the heart of Nairobi, is a treasured gem that offers a serene escape from the bustling city life. Spanning over 1,000 hectares, this urban forest reserve provides a haven of tranquility, natural beauty, and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike.
Located on the outskirts of Nairobi, “Paradise Lost” is a sprawling recreational park that beckons visitors with its enchanting landscapes and lush greenery. The park’s serene atmosphere provides a respite from the city’s fast-paced rhythm, making it a favorite destination for families, friends, and nature enthusiasts.
The Nairobi National Museum stands as a cultural beacon, showcasing Kenya’s art, history, paleontology, and ethnography. Within its walls, visitors can explore fascinating exhibits that unravel the country’s journey from prehistoric times to the present day. The museum’s collection of artifacts, artwork, and historical relics provides an enriching experience that fosters a deeper understanding of Kenya’s identity and heritage.