You will travel in a
comfortable minibus with an experienced driver-guide
All your questions will be answered, whether about
Nairobi, the people and their culture, or your next
safari. You will also be introduced to our first
Kiswahili words. "Jambo" (i.e. How are you?) you
will be greeted by attendants as you board your
Bomas of Kenya is a cultural
centre a short drive from the city centre where
visitors can watch traditional dances, widely
described for the benefit of the audience. They
depict events in the lives of the different tribes. Bomas (Villages), have been constructed,
representative of the country's 16 main ethnic
A safari in Nairobi National Park, only 13 kms (18 miles) from the
city centre. Lion and cheetah roam within sight of Mt Kenya and Mt
Kilimanjaro and beneath aero planes approaching Jomo Kenyatta
International Airport. Monkeys, buffalos, hippos and several species of
plains game abound.
Follow in the footsteps of Karen Blixen as you travel towards the
Ngong Hills to the Karen Blixen Museum, formerly her home.
Then drive to see and feed Daisy, the famous Rottschild giraffe and
her family at their beautiful home overlooking the Ngong
After tea at the Giraffe Centre (the headquarters for the African
Fund for Endangered Wildlife) return to Nairobi in the early evening via
Dalphane Sheldrick's Sanctuary.
Drive west of Nairobi to the Great Rift Valley, into the lake Nakuru National Park, home of a concentration of pink
flamingo which live on the abundant algae in the lake's shallow waters.
After lunch in the Park there will be another game drive to see the
amazing bird-life and various plains game.
An area of the Lake Nakuru National Park has been fenced off for the
conservation of the rhino. Tea will be served by the lake before your
return to Nairobi.
Leave Nairobi at 7 am and drive to Amboseli National Park for lunch.
After lunch, drive back to Nairobi.