Nairobi - Place of Cool Waters
Kenya’s capital is one of the largest and most influential cities in Africa, an important commercial and financial regional hub. It is the port of entry for most travellers to Kenya and is a vibrant metropolis of bustling markets, interesting history and numerous cultural attractions.
Named after a Maasai watering hole, “enkare nyarobi”, which means “place of cool waters”, Nairobi is known for its tree-lined streets and parks. The skyline, with towering skyscrapers and imposing architecture, draws the attention of visitors from afar.
Nairobi National Park, a game reserve with lions, giraffes and over 400 bird species, is right outside the city
Visit the city’s lovely Uhuru Park
Karen Blixen Museum
Numerous museums, as well as the Snake Park
From $ 238
The House of Waine blends elegant living with the spirit of modern Africa in a serene setting. Eleven bedrooms are all individually styled and named to reflect their different themes. Each bedroom features a large marble bathroom with a separate shower and bath as well as a complete range of...
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Combine classical Big Five game viewing with rare wildlife at Kenya's premier reserves. Look out for unique species at Samburu National Park. View game from horseback or camel at Lewa. Visit the iconic Masai Mara's vast grasslands and massive herds.
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