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History of Nairobi
The area was an essentially uninhabited swamp until a
supply depot of the Uganda Railway was built in 1899,
which soon became the railway's headquarters. The city
was named after a water hole known in Maasai as Ewaso
Nyirobi, meaning "cool waters." It was totally rebuilt
in the early 1900s after an outbreak of plague and the
burning of the original town. The location of the
Nairobi railway camp was chosen due to its central
position between Mombasa and Kampala. It was also chosen
because its network of rivers could supply the camp with
water, and its elevation would make it cool enough for
In 1905, Nairobi replaced Mombasa as capital of the
British protectorate, and the city grew around
administration and tourism, initially in the form of big
game hunting. As the British colonialists started to
explore the region, they started using Nairobi as their
first port of call. This prompted the colonial
government to build several spectacular grand hotels in
the city. The main occupants were British game hunters.
Nairobi continued to grow under the British rule, and
many Britons settled within the city's suburbs. The
continuous expansion of the city began to anger the
Maasai, as the city was devouring their land to the
south. It also angered the Kikuyu people, who wanted the
land returned to them.
In 1919, Nairobi was declared to be a municipality. In
February 1926, E.A.T. Dutton passed through Nairobi on
his way to Mount Kenya, and said of the city:
After the end of World War II, this friction developed
into the Mau Mau rebellion. Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's
future president, was jailed for his involvement even
though there was no evidence linking him to the
rebellion. Pressure exerted from the locals onto the
British resulted in Kenyan independence in 1963, with
Nairobi as the capital of the new republic.
After independence, Nairobi grew rapidly and this growth
put pressure on the city's infrastructure. Power cuts
and water shortages were a common occurrence, though in
the past few years better city planning has helped to
put some of these problems in check.
The U.S. Embassy in Nairobi was bombed in August 1998 by
Al-Qaida, as one of a series of U.S. embassy bombings.
Over two hundred civilians were killed. It is now the
site of a memorial park.
An aerial of Nairobi, the central business district and
The city is located at [show location on an interactive
map] 1°16′S, 36°48′E and occupies 684 square kilometres
(260 sq mi). It is situated 1661 metres (5450 ft) above
Nairobi is situated between the cities of Kampala and
Mombasa. As Nairobi is adjacent to the eastern edge of
the Rift Valley, minor earthquakes and tremors
occasionally occur. The Ngong hills, located to the west
of the city, are the most prominent geographical feature
of the Nairobi Area. Mount Kenya is situated north of
Nairobi and Mount Kilimanjaro is towards the south-east.
Both mountains are visible from Nairobi on a clear day.
The Nairobi River and its tributaries traverse through
the Nairobi Province.
Nairobi's western suburbs stretch all the way from the
Kenyatta National Hospital in the south to the UN
headquarters and Gigiri in the north, a distance of
about 20 kilometres (12 mi).
The city is centred on the City Square, which is located
in the Central Business District. The Kenyan Parliament
buildings, the Holy Family Cathedral, Nairobi City Hall,
Nairobi Law Courts and the Kenyatta Conference Centre
all surround the square.
At 1,661 metres (5,449 ft) above sea level, Nairobi
enjoys a fairly moderate climate. The altitude makes
for some chilly evenings, especially in the June/July
season when the temperature can drop to 10 °C (50 °F).
The sunniest and warmest part of the year are from
December to March, when temperatures average the
mid-twenties during the day. The mean maximum
temperature for this period is 24 °C (75 °F).
There are two rainy seasons but rainfall can be
moderate. The cloudiest part of the year is just after
the first rainy season, when, until September,
conditions are usually overcast with drizzle. As Nairobi
is situated close the equator, the differences between
the seasons are minimal. The seasons are referred to as
the wet season and dry season. The timing of sunrise and
sunset does not vary tremendously throughout the year,
due to Nairobi's close proximity to the equator.
Business and economy
Nairobi is home to the Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE), one
of Africa's largest. The NSE was officially recognised
as an overseas stock exchange by the London Stock
Exchange in 1953. The exchange is Africa's 4th largest
(in terms of trading volumes) and 5th (in terms of
Market Capitalization as a percentage of GDP).
Nairobi is the regional headquarters of several
international companies and organizations. This makes it
one of the most influential cities in Africa. The
United Nations has strong presence in Nairobi; the
United Nations Office at Nairobi hosts UNEP and
Goods manufactured in Nairobi include clothing,
textiles, building materials, processed foods,
beverages, cigarettes etc. Several foreign companies
have factories based in and around the city. These
includes Goodyear, General Motors, Toyota Motors, Coca
Cola and American audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers
Nairobi has a large tourist industry, being both a
tourist destination and a transport hub.
Society and culture
Nairobi is a cosmopolitan and multicultural city. Since
its foundation, Nairobi has maintained a strong British
presence, and a lasting legacy from colonial rule. This
is highlighted by the number of English-named suburbs,
including Hurlingham and Parklands.
In the mid twentieth century, many foreigners settled in
Nairobi from other British colonies, primarily India and
Pakistan. The majority of these immigrants were workers
who arrived to construct the Kampala - Mombasa railway,
and ended up settling in Nairobi after its completion.
Nairobi also has established communities from Somalia
As Nairobi has a diverse and multicultural composition,
there are a number of churches, mosques, temples and
gurdwaras within the city. Prominent places of worship
in Nairobi include the Holy Family Basilica Cathedral,
All Saints Cathedral, Ismaili Jamat Khana and Jamia
Nairobi has two informal nicknames. The first is "The
Green City in the Sun", which is derived from the city's
foliage and warm climate. The second is the "Safari
Capital of the World", which is used due to Nairobi's
prominence as a hub for safari tourism.
A giraffe at Nairobi National Park, with Nairobi's
skyline in background. A giraffe at Nairobi National
Park, with Nairobi's skyline in background.
Nairobi is not a prime tourist destination, but it does
have several tourist attractions. The most famous is the
Nairobi National Park. The national park is unique, in
being the only game-reserve of this nature to border a
capital city, or city of this size. The park contains
many animals including lions and giraffes. The park is
home to over 400 species of bird.
Nairobi is home to several museums. The National Museum
of Kenya is the largest in the city. It houses a large
collection of artefacts, including the full remains of a
homo erectus boy. Other prominent museums include the
Nairobi Railway Museum and the Karen Blixen Museum.
Nairobi is nicknamed the Safari Capital of the World,
and has many spectacular hotels to cater for
safari-bound tourists. Five star hotels in Nairobi
include the Nairobi Serena, Grand Regency, Windsor
(Karen), Holiday Inn, East African Safari Club (Lilian
Towers), The Stanley Hotel, Safari Park & Casino,
InterContinental, Panari Hotel, Hilton, and the Norfolk
Nairobi is also home to the largest ice rink in Africa:
the Solar Ice Rink at the Panari Sky Centre. The rink,
opened in 2005, covers 15,000 square feet (1,400 m²) and
can accommodate 200 people.
Other notable sites include Jomo Kenyatta's mausoleum,
Kenya National Theatre and the Kenya National Archives.
Art galleries in Nairobi include the Rahimtulla Museum
of Modern Art (Ramoma) and the Mzizi Arts Centre.
Places of interest
* Nairobi National Park
* Karen Blixen Museum
* National Archives
* Bomas of Kenya
* Giraffe Centre
* Safari park
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Nairobi City, Kenya
Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The
name "Nairobi" comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nyirobi,
which translates to "the place of cool waters". However, it is
popularly known as the "Green City in the Sun."
Founded in 1899, the city was handed capital status from
Mombasa in 1905. Nairobi is also the capital of the Nairobi
Province and of the Nairobi District. The city lies on the
Nairobi River, in the south of the nation, and has an elevation
of 1661 m (5450 ft) above sea-level.
Nairobi is the most populous city in East Africa, with an
estimated urban population of between 3 and 4 million. According
to the 1999 Census, in the administrative area of Nairobi,
2,143,254 inhabitants lived within 684 km². Nairobi is currently
the 4th largest city in Africa.
Nairobi is now one of the most prominent cities in Africa
politically and financially. Home to many companies and
organizations, Nairobi is established as a hub for business and
culture. The Globalization and World Cities Study Group and
Network (GaWC) defines Nairobi as a prominent social centre.
Nairobi was ranked at 58th in the Capital of the World
rank. The list ranks of cities in order of their prominence as a
global capital as an economic and cultural powerhouse.
Excursions are designed to be achieved by those people whod do
not have enough time to do long road safaris in Kenya, here is a
list of short excursions from Nairobi whose time ranges from 2
hrs to 2 days. These are particularly ideal for travellers with
stop-overs in Nairobi or those in Nairobi for business. To book
or make further enquiry, please go to Online Enquiry Form or
send us an e-mail.
EXCURSIONS - NAIROBI
Nairobi And Its Environs
Nairobi City Tour - 2 hrs
A guided tour of the city of Nairobi will include the city
market and its surrounding bazaars, the parliament buildings,
Kenyatta conference center, the railways museum and the Nairobi
University. The tour ends with a visit to the snake park and
national museum (3 Hrs) (Daily departure - minimum 2 persons)
Excursions – Price US$55
Nairobi National Park - 4 hrs
There was a time not so long ago, when lions roamed the streets
of Nairobi. Nowardays they can be found only 14 kilometres from
the city center in Nairobi National Park. This small park
contains most of the animals to be seen on more extended safaris
such as the rhino, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe and plenty
of antelopes and gazelles. (Daily departure - minimum 2 persons)
Excursions – Price US$140
Bomas of Kenya - 3 hrs
Enjoy colourful performances by dancers from different tribes.
Visit the recreated african village and Kenya's lifestyle.
The Carnivore Experience- 2 hrs
The Carnivore Restaurant is famous for the meals it serves. It
is rated amongst the 50 beast restaurants in the world, and a
meal here is considered “Africa’s greatest Eating Experience”.
Carnivore has a wide variety of barbeques and includes a wide
range of wild game meat.
(Daily departure - minimum 2 persons)
Excursions – Price US$45
Karen Blixen Museum & Giraffe Centre - 4 hrs
Karen Blixen's home lies on the foot of Ngong hills, is now
preserved as a museum. Furniture, artefacts and photographs from
her days as a pioneer coffee farmer. Afterwards, continue to the
giraffe center nearby where families of the rare Rothschild
giraffe can be hand fed and photographed from a platform at
giraffe's eye level. Afternoon tea is served at the center
before returning to Nairobi. (Daily departure - minimum 2
Excursions – Price US$ 55
Day Trip to Lake Nakuru Lodge
We drive to the floor of the Rift Valley from Nairobi while
stopping on the way to admire and marvel the breathtaking views
of the escarpment along the way. We arrive at the Lake Nakuru
National Park in time for a mid-morning game drive. Lunch is at
the Lake Nakuru Lodge. On the way out of the park and back to
Nairobi, we have another short game drive.
(Daily departure - minimum 2 persons)
Price US$ 230
Mount Kenya (Serena Mountain Lodge) - 1 night:
Depart Nairobi in the morning and drive to the lower slopes of
Mt. Kenya arriving at Serena Mountain Lodge in time for lunch.
Afternoon guided forest nature walk.
Evening and overnight floodlit game viewing. The Mountain Lodge
rightfully boasts of having the highest record of animal visits
and sightings in the area. Dinner and overnight stay.
Depart after breakfast and drive back to Nairobi arriving at
(Departs daily - minimum 2 person)
Aberdare National Park (The Ark) - 1 night
Day 1: Depart Nairobi in the morning and drive through central
Kenya to Aberdare Country Club arriving in time for lunch.
Afternoon transfer to the Ark with game drive en route at the
Salient. Set in the heart of the Aberdare National Park, this
unique game lodge overlooks a floodlit waterhole and salt lick
which attracts a host of wildlife - elephant, rhino, leopard,
bushbuck and occasionally an elusive bongo or giant forest hog.
Evening/overnight floodlit game viewing.
Dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Transfer to Aberdare Country Club after breakfast,
thereafter departing for Nairobi arriving at mid day.
Maasai Mara - 1 night
Day 1: Depart Wilson Airport and fly to Maasai Mara Game
Reserve. Transfer to Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp. Lunch and
afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight stay at the camp
Day 2. Morning game drive, then transfer to the airstrip for
flight back to Nairobi.
Amboseli Air Safari 1 Night
Day 1: Amboseli 1 night (flying)
Depart Wilson Airport and fly to Amboseli National Park.Transfer
to Amboseli Serena Lodge with a game drive en route. Lunch at
the lodge, followed by afternoon game drive. Dinner and
overnight stay at the lodge
Day 2. Amboseli/Nairobi
Depart Amboseli by early morning flight back to Nairobi arriving
approx 0915 hrs.
White Water Rafting in Kenya
White water rafting is available is a one day excursion to River
Tana (departing Nairobi at 08:00hrs and returning approx
18:00hrs, or 3 days excursion featuring Athi River and Mathioya.
These excursions are seasonal depending on the water levels.
Utamanduni Crafts Center.
"Utamaduni meaning culture, tradition, folklore has become one
of the major tourist attractions in Nairobi center on the route
to Karen blixen Museum, Sheldrick animal orphanage, the girrafe
center, Nairobi National park, utamaduni is a unique shopping
experience with eighteen distinctly appointed shops, offering a
wealth of Kenyan culture. The Utamaduni "veranda" Restaurant is
burstling with bird life, blossoms and bountiful hearty meals,
thre Veranda offers a variety of tempting salads, homemade pasta
,pizza, sandwitches, luscious desserts and the famous Zanzibar
Butterfly And Educational Center.
Its a place where something new is to be learnt every visit.A
live butterfly house. Flying house respledent with Kenyan
butterflies. The caterpillar cave offers one of the most
delicious meals you are likely to find in a Nairobi shop. You
can also get the most amazing butterfly memorabilia.
Thank you and enjoy Nairobi Excursions and short safari
Marangu Route 8 Days Affectionately known as the "Coca-Cola
route", Marangu is by far the most popular route to the summit
of Kilimanjaro. This could partly be as a result of the fact
that the Marangu is the least expensive route, but more so,
perhaps the fact that it is possible to do the Marangu route in
6 days, thereby getting to the summit one day earlier than on
the Machame route.
Machame Route Sometimes called the Whisky Route. This is a
popular route up steep paths through magnificent forests to gain
a ridge leading through the moorland zones to the Shira Plateau.
It then traverses beneath the glaciated precipices of the
Southern Icefields to join the Barafu Route to the summit.
The Umbwe route is one of the
shortest routes to the Southern Glaciers and the Western Breach.
It is probably the most scenic, non-technical route on
Kilimanjaro. It is quite taxing, primarily due to the relatively
fast ascent to higher altitude, but the rewards are plentiful.
This is the longest and most remote
route to Kilimanjaro. After beautiful forests and moorlands it
crosses the Shira Plateau to meet up with the Machame Route.
Groups may be accompanied on the first day by an armed ranger as
the forests around the Lemosho Glades are rich in buffalo,
elephant and other game.
This remote and less frequently used route is the second easiest
route to Kilimanjaro. The approach to the mountain is from the
less-forested north side and the descent is by the Marangu
Route. There are several variations, the one described below is
a longer route taking in Mawenzi Tarn.
The Shira route, approaches
Kilimanjaro’s summit from the west and crosses the caldera of
Shira Volcano before heading beneath the southern ice fields of
Kibo. The route is seldom used by other trekkers and so your
initial two days on the mountain are less crowded than on most
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Mount Kenya Climbing At 5,199 m, Mount Kenya is the second
highest peak in Africa. It is an ancient extinct volcano, during
whose period of activity (3.1–2.6 million years ago) it is
thought to have risen to 6,500 m. There are 12 remnant glaciers
on the mountain, all receding rapidly, and four secondary peaks
that sit at the head of the U-shaped glacial valleys. With its
rugged glacier-clad summits and forested middle slopes, Mount
Kenya is one of the most impressive landscapes in East Africa.
The evolution and ecology of its afro-alpine flora also provide
an outstanding example of ecological processes. There are three
main routes, which penetrate the forest and the moorland. The
routes are Naromoru, Sirimon and Chogoria and each of which has
something different to offer. Naromoru is the fastest route to
point Lenana but not as scenic as the other two. Mt. Kenya's
Nelion Summit, Batian Summit and Point Lenana
Sirimon down Sirimon A more gradual trek to the
summit, traversing areas of rich forest cover before
emerging into the sprawling moorlands. This hike is
usually rated as the easiest among the short trips and
is quite popular with persons attempting to reach an
altitude exceeding 4000m for the first time. It is a
good choice for large trekking groups as it follows the
same trail up and down, making it convenient for those
who are unable to reach the summit to stay behind at
lower camps to wait for the rest of the group to
complete the trip then descend together. Unless
preferred, camping is not necessary as accommodation is
available in a lodge and mountain huts throughout the
Mt Kenya Climb Sirimon down Chogoria On this Mount Kenya
climbing experience, you ascend via the dry and little used
Sirimon Trail and descend on the scenic Chogoria Trail. You
reach point Lenana (4985 m), the highest point accessible to
walkers, and return to base. Mount Kenya is Africa's second
highest mountain. Above the habitable altitude, you find a
rainforest zone, abundant with many tree species and wildlife
too. Further up is open moorland, and beyond is the snow line
where vegetation is sparse. Finding snow on the equator was a
great surprise for the first Europeans to get to East Africa.
Sirimon down Narumoru The Naro Moru route is the fastest
and therefore also the most popular route onto the mountain,
being used by many of the tour and outfitting companies guiding
clients up to Point Lenana.
Mount Meru Climbing Mount Meru is one of Africa's most
beautiful volcanoes, and it is the second highest mountain in
Tanzania at 4,5685m, the third highest in Africa.
The mountain is located within Arusha National Park, Tanzania’s
gem. This prime location gives walkers the opportunity to spot
some of the birds and wildlife that inhabit the area. The ascend
is quite steep, the route to the summit passes over streams,
through parkland, montane forest, a giant heather zone and
moorland. The summit is reached by a narrow, barren ridge, which
provides stunning views of the Ash Cone lying several thousand
feet below in the crater. Weather permitting, Kilimanjaro can be
seen in the West. There are two huts available to climbers on
the mountain and firewood is supplied. The best time to climb
Meru is between October and February. But also June to
September, while it is colder then.
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African Safari Holiday
An African or Kenya safari is an amazing travel
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As local, African safari operators, we offer you the
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our Tanzania safari and Zanzibar holidays.
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Masai Mara Safari
A 3 day safari lodge to Masai Mara, one of the most
famous national parks in the world, with an abundance of
wildlife. Accommodation in luxury lodges which have
facilites such as swimming pools. The Kenya Safaris:
can be combined with an African beach vacation if you
will be interested to see the beautiful white sand
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Tanzania Island - Zanzibar
Africa is an immensely rewarding place to travel to,
thanks to unspoilt natural surroundings, such as the
wildlife and vegetation, and the spectacular landscapes
When on safari, you may see everything from snow capped
mountains to forests and
white tropical beaches, all in a day's travel- it's that
diverse. Finally the local cultures add to your holiday
like no where else in the world.
Safari in Africa
Safaris began in Kenya and Tanzania and these are the
best destinations for a safari. A Kenya safari offers
amazing diversity and superb wildlife viewing. Rift
Valley, is a good location too, known as for the scenery
and rich wildlife in natural surroundings.
A safari in Africa is in some ways like an expedition -
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operators, are there for.. however you must plan for a
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whether you have 3 days or 30, make sure you do not plan
for too much in your travel.
Most of your safari will be in the " bush ", but this
does not mean your travel will involve "roughing it" -
you can have all the luxury you want ! Africa is home to
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tented camps, with well appointed rooms, excellent
cuisine and deluxe facilities such as bars and swimming
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3 Days Masai Mara Lodge/ Camping Safari
Masai Mara, Kenya
This famous wildlife park is a top safari location, and
one of the natural wonders
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3 Days Amboseli Lodge/ Camping Safari or Tsavo
Safari to Mombasa
Amboseli National Park, one of Kenya's oldest park, is
located near the Kenya and
Tanzania border, "in the shadow" of Africa's highest
mountain, the snow capped Kilimanjaro.
The park is known for its wildlife, especially it's
prolific elephant population. Amboseli also hosts the
big cats, herbivores and numerous bird species including
flamingo and a variety of plains game.
Samburu Reserve, established in 1985, is an
arid, hilly region with riverine forests, doum
palms, acacia woodland and scrubland, offering a
dramatic and rugged landscape in a rather remote
location of Kenya - which is precisely the
attraction of this reserve - fewer tourists in a
wildlife rich, desert like setting amidst a
colourful local tribe.
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Nakuru - Maasai Mara
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- Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara
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Kenya-Lake Nakuru-Maasai Mara
12 / 14 / 16 /17 / 21 Days Best of Kenya & Tanzania
African Safari offers you a chance to experience a
natural world unchanged by the
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to an endless array of
ecosystems, the staging ground for natural cycles of
life, death and regeneration
as old as the planet itself.
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At Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking / Climbing Safaris we use
local guides whenever possible. We believe that local
guides have that extra bit of knowledge which can make a
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guides / porters we also adhere to our responsible
travel policy in contributing to the local economy
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