About Nairobi

Nairobi is Kenya’s capital city. In addition to its urban core, the city has Nairobi National Park, a large game reserve known for breeding endangered black rhinos and home to giraffes, zebras, and lions. Next to it is a well-regarded elephant orphanage operated by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Nairobi is also often used as a jumping-off point for safari trips elsewhere in Kenya. In the city center, towers like the cylindrical KICC, home to the convention center, rise near attractions like the Nairobi National Museum, devoted to Kenyan art, artifacts, wildlife, and early hominids. In upscale suburban Langata, the Giraffe Centre sanctuary features a hand-feeding platform. The Karen Blixen Museum, in the “Out of Africa” author’s preserved colonial home, stands on the former farm that’s now an affluent suburb called Karen. The Bomas of Kenya cultural center, with huts representing Kenya's major ethnic groups, offers a look at traditional tribal life. Tribal arts and crafts are sold at the roving Maasai Market.
Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park is a national park in Kenya. It is fenced on three sides, whereas the open southern boundary allows migrating wildlife to move between the park and the adjacent Kitengela plain. The park has large and diverse wildlife species such as lion, leopard, African buffalo, black rhinoceros, giraffe, hippopotamus, spotted hyena, blue wildebeest, plains zebra, cheetah, Thomson's gazelle, Grant's gazelle, common eland, impala, hartebeest, waterbuck, common warthog, olive baboon, black-backed jackal, common ostrich, and Nile crocodile.
Hell's Gate National Park

Hells Gate National Park lies south of Lake Naivasha in Kenya, northwest of Nairobi. Hell's Gate National Park is named after a narrow break in the cliffs, once a tributary of a prehistoric lake that fed early humans in the Rift Valley. It is known for its wide variety of wildlife and for its scenery.
Giraffe Center

Giraffe Centre is located in Lang'ata, approximately 20 kilometers from the center of Nairobi, Kenya. It was established in order to protect the endangered giraffe, which is found only in the grasslands of East Africa. The main attraction for both school children and visitors is feeding giraffes from a raised observation platform. The Giraffe Center is also home to several warthogs that freely roam the area along with the giraffes.
Karen Blixen Museum

Karen Blixen Museum, located 10 km outside of Nairobi, Kenya, "at the foot of the Ngong Hills", is the former African home of Danish author Karen Blixen, famous for her 1937 book Out of Africa which chronicles life at the estate. Visitors have the opportunity to take part in continuously offered guided tours of the house, which features rooms designed in both the original decor and with props from the 1985 film. The grounds, which feature original equipment from the coffee farm, are also available for touring.
Ngong Hills

Ngong Hills are peaks in a ridge along the Great Rift Valley, located southwest near Nairobi, in southern Kenya. The word "Ngong" is an Anglicization of a Maasai phrase "enkong'u emuny" meaning rhinoceros spring, and this name derives from a spring located near Ngong Town. The Ngong Hills, from the eastside slopes, overlook the Nairobi National Park and, off to the north, the city of Nairobi. There is a walking trail along the tops of the Ngong Hills.
Nairobi Safari Walk

Nairobi Safari Walk is an elevated wooden boardwalk that allows for uninterrupted views of the animals winding through the safari park. Visitors can see a sample of the country’s rich animal life including the rare bongo, white rhino, lion, albino zebra as well as big cats, antelopes, cheetahs, leopards, and primates.
Karura Forest

Karura Forest is an urban forest in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. The forest is home to some 200 species of bird as well as suni, Harveys Duiker, bushbucks, bush pigs, genets, civets, honey badgers, bush babies, porcupines, Syke's monkeys, bush squirrels, hares, fruit bats, and various reptiles and butterflies.
Ngong Forest

Ngong Forest is one of the few natural forests in the capital city of Kenya. It is the habitat of indigenous trees is home to many wild animals, including leopards, spotted hyenas, Cape bushbucks, crowned eagles, owls, snakes, and many other birds and reptiles.
Uhuru Gardens

Uhuru Gardens Memorial Park is a commemorative park in Nairobi, Kenya that celebrates independence from the British Empire on 12 December 1963. The word "Uhuru" is Swahili for "freedom". On one side of this monument is a statue of soldiers raising the Kenyan flag.
Bomas of Kenya

Bomas of Kenya is a tourist village in Langata, Nairobi. Bomas displays traditional villages belonging to several Kenyan tribes. Bomas of Kenya is home to one of the largest auditoriums in Africa. The village preserves, maintains, and promotes rich and diverse cultural values of various tribal groups of Kenya.
Best Time To Visit Nairobi

The best time to visit Nairobi is from July through October and January to February.

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