Discover the world’s capital of safaris
Get to know the city once formed around a natural swampland occupied by the Maasai. Book a flight to Nairobi and explore the beautiful scenery and the variety of wildlife that Kenya is renowned for. Also visit the snug Karen Blixen Museum and sample fresh fruit at the colourful City Market. In Nairobi, temperatures range between 20 and 24 degrees Celcius, making it a perfect destination throughout the year!
Wildlife and waterfalls
No need to travel far to spot wildlife. The sparkling Nairobi skyline is still visible from Nairobi National Park where you can watch lions, elephants and zebras. And be sure to include Masai Mara National Park with its grassy plains and tree-lined rivers. Paradise Lost Resort, located on a coffee plantation, is only fifteen minutes from the city. This green oasis boasts a fairytale waterfall where you can picnic, watch birds and go horseback riding. Nairobi is the ideal destination for city trips, but also as a starting point for longer vacations in Kenya. Treat yourself: book a flight to Nairobi now!Book a flight to Nairobi
Breakfast with giraffes
In and outside Nairobi there is plenty to do. Visit the National Museum to learn more about the fauna, culture and history of Kenya and its people. The city has many hotels, but a stay at the Giraffe Manor Hotel is an extraordinary experience. Imagine giraffes sticking their long necks through the hotel windows while you’re having morning coffee. Feeling peckish after a day of sightseeing? Nothing that Kenyan cuisine can’t remedy! Sample Kiswahili, Kenya’s national dish and have a Tusker beer from the local brewery to go with it.
Flights to Nairobi for a unique holiday
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To learn more about life, nature and culture in Kenya, visit the Nairobi National Museum. The museum is located near Museum Hill, a 10-minute drive from the city centre. In addition to the museum, which was beautifully renovated in 2005, you will be able to visit the botanical gardens, a nature trail, shops and restaurant facilities.
The Great Rift Valley lies in the west of Kenya: this deep crevice between 2 plates in the earth’s crust runs from Mozambique in south-eastern Africa to Syria in Asia. Thousands of kilometres of the Great Rift lie in East Africa. This impressive gorge is between 30 and 100 kilometres wide and features the deepest lakes and highest mountains.
Kenya is a paradise for safari lovers. There are almost 50 national parks which are home to millions of impressive animals. Elephants, lions, hippos and leopards: that is just a small sample of the huge diversity of animals. In the water, on the savannah, in the trees or in the mountains, magnificent animals are everywhere. This is Africa at its best!
The name of the Village Market, located in Nairobi's embassy district, is a bit misleading. There are some outdoor market stalls, but this is hardly a simple village market: in fact this is the largest shopping and entertainment complex in East Africa. However, it does have a rural feel – albeit a very chic one.
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The Karura Forest is a green oasis inside the city, just a 15-minute drive from Nairobi’s central business district. Three rivers flow through the park and there is a 49-foot-high waterfall, a bamboo jungle, a series of caves and a wetland. The park also boasts up to 31 miles of walking trails.
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