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Get ready to meet some new BFFs! Around 2,800,000 people reside in this part of Kenya.
The whole family is sure to enjoy stops at AFEW Giraffe Centre and Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. Kids still bouncing off the walls? Keep the adventure going with a trip to African Fund for Endangered Wildlife Ltd. - Giraffe Centre and David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Meet some amazing animals and learn about conservation with a family day trip to the Snake Park.
Cram your picnic basket with gourmet goodies and venture to one of Nairobi's urban parks for a pleasant day out. Select from Jeevanjee Gardens, Arboretum and Uhuru Park.
Allow yourself some breathing space, inhale the fresh air and revel in the beauty that's only found in nature at Nairobi National Park and Oloolua Nature Trail.
An hour or two spent contemplating the exhibits at the Railway Museum is sure to satisfy a curious mind. The African Heritage House is also recommended.
Order a steaming cup of coffee and indulge in a day of gallery hopping between the Banana Hill Art Gallery and the Nairobi Gallery. Boasting a wide array of interesting artworks, these much-loved exhibits attract art lovers from everywhere.
Acquaint yourself with the interesting past of Nairobi and the wider area at the Karen Blixen Museum and the Nairobi National Museum.
Do you want to explore some historic sights? A visit to National Assembly Building or National Archives will help you understand Nairobi's bygone times. If that doesn't satisfy your inner history nerd, head onward to City Hall and the Tom Mboya Statue.
City Square is a great space to do some people-watching and get to better know the city. If you're feeling sociable, strike up a conversation with one of the locals. You never know, they may just pass on some wisdom on the city's best sights.
When it comes down to sorting out which landmarks to stop into, the Times Tower and Teleposta Towers are two non-negotiables. They're the kind of attraction that you'll want to share with your friends back home, so don't forget to bring your camera!
Among the most notable memorials in Nairobi, Kenyatta Mausoleum offers a chance for visitors to uncover a bit more about the area's past people and events.
Why not pay a visit to the Kenyatta University? It's one of the area's most prominent educational establishments. Admire the contemporary architecture and learn what it's like to live and study there. Two other top higher educational establishments worth checking out are the Strathmore University and the Nairobi University.
This destination is a shopper's paradise. You can buy all that you'll need and much more at City Market and Galleria Shopping Mall. If you were unable to find what you were looking for there, perhaps you'll have more luck at The Sarit Centre or Westgate Shopping Mall?
Get dressed up for a night of entertainment at Nairobi's the Kenya National Theatre, a lively local venue.
Nairobi also has some lesser-known tourist attractions, like Parliament Building. Alternatively, make your way over to United Nations Office at Nairobi.
Before you get too excited thinking about the amazing adventures to come, you've gotta lock in that Nairobi hotel. While there are no less than 120 accommodations waiting for you on lastminute.com.au, it's better to be safe than sorry! After all, it is the national capital!
No matter how you like to roll, there's a room for you in Nairobi. For accommodation that won't burn a hole in your wallet, book yourself in at either the Mvuli House (Opp. Nyayo Stadium, Muthaiti Avenue) or the Kenya Comfort Hotel (Muindi Mbingu and Monrovia Streets). But that said — you are on holiday. If you'd rather live large while you're here, we certainly don't blame you! The friendly staff at the Tribe Hotel and the Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club are masters of luxury.
10 Jul. - 11 Jul.
Courteous staff, room was clean and comfortable. Complimentary bottled water on arrival. Small store to purchase snacks etc. Free transfer to and from airport. Sparkling clean pool. Washing machine and dryer available for guests. High level of security
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10 Jul. - 11 Jul.
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