Safari Options Available in Nairobi, Kenya


You have the desire to explore Nairobi City? Well, you will be in for a rare treat. Nairobi will serve you well as a first time or regular visitor. It is deservedly regarded as the suitable departure and end point for most safaris in the East African region. You can rarely have a dull moment in the city under the sun. The unique aspect about Nairobi is that, with some cash at hand, informed choice of attractions, and enough time to spare, you will be treated to some of the best attractions and cultural experiences available in East Africa. Some attractions and leisure spots in Nairobi offer free access, while some charge an entrance fee. Talking of Kenyan cuisine, diverse and vibrant local cultures, and history of the city - its all part of Nairobi city. Its all part of what makes Nairobi city one of the unique places in Africa. Some of the many Safari options to consider in Nairobi include;

David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage
Karen Blixen Museum
Giraffe Centre
Nairobi National Museum & Snake Park
Carnivore Gardens
Uhuru Park
Nairobi National Park
Bomas of Kenya
Ngong Hills
City Park
Karura Forest
The Forest 

The best way is to choose an attraction based on your interests, time at hand, and how much you are willing to pay for the activity. It might prove challenging to try visit all attractions in a day. Working with an experienced local guide will prove useful as it will save you time and money. The guide will also organize your transport at a friendly rate. Depending on the length of your stay in Nairobi city, you are likely to get much value at highly reduced prices.  Having a map of Nairobi showing the local attractions might prove useful if you decide to do a lone excursion in the city. In case you are a non-resident learning few Swahili words will help you feel comfortable communicating using National language. 

Your appreciation of the beauty in Kenya's wild side will most likely start with an exploration of the safari options available in Nairobi city.

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