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  • 1

    Jocky Tours

    2 reviews

    This office offers camping, luxury safaris, birding, car hire, Mt. Kenya and Kilimanjaro Climb, airport transfers, hotel reservations as well as a range of Masai Mara Safaris. The service is good and packages well priced (though negotiable).

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  • 2

    Nest Rooftop Lounge

    2 reviews

    On the top floor of the Tribe hotel sits this very small bar, aptly named Nest. It is outdoors with a view over the pool and surrounding greenry, and there are comfortable couches to lounge around on. They serve shisha, and the bar tender makes some mean drinks. Try the ginger and lemongrass martini for sure.

    Popular withDesignTrendstersLuxury
  • 3

    Diani Beach

    2 reviews

    The scenery is stunning here. Long white sand beaches, fringed with aqua blue water. There are also some very nice high-end all-inclusive style resorts here. However, as far as I could tell there was not too much more in Diani, and over half of the beach front properties are huge deserted ghost hotels which is just a bit eire. The ...

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  • 4

    Lake Nakuru National Park

    11 reviews

    Amazing scenery! The largest population of Flamingo in a single spot creates amazing pink carpets.

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  • 5

    Village Market

    3 reviews

    The most upscale mall in town, frequented by rich UN and embassy expats. It hosts a number of nice restaurants, high-end stores and a large grocer. There is a nice plaza to sit and drink coffee, or grab some food, and there are poster boards on the exterior of those looking to buy and sell furniture, cars and services.

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  • 6

    Nairobi National Park

    12 reviews

    African Safari in Kenya was an eyeopening experience. To be in an Open Jeep and traverse amongst the animals in their natural habitats was an experience of a lifetime. The thing that impressed me the most were the people and how simply they lived and living without possessions and without an abundance of department stores. You can actually survive without ...

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  • 7

    Nairobi Safari Walk and Animal Orphanage

    8 reviews

    It might seem counterintuitive to visit a zoo while in Africa but the Nairobi Safari Walk is worth a look. Whether it's the albino zebras you're interested in or the very rare bongo, a type of antelope you probably won't ever see in the wild, there are enough unusual animals there to interest even those who have just come back ...

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  • 8

    African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (Giraffe Centre)

    7 reviews

    Hands down, best place in Nairobi to make out with a large, hoofed mammal.

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  • 9

    City Market

    7 reviews

    You might see other tourists here but it is mainly for the locals. The open-air meat markets and veggie stands say it all. Still, you can find some unique jewelry and cloths, called kikoys or kangas, here.

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  • 10

    Fort Jesus

    5 reviews

    Built by the portugese some hundreds years ago. Its an amazing landmark over Mombasa. If i remember correctly the muslims took over the fort after some heavy fighting, which endured over many months. My fondest memory of the place is when me and my wife got into one of the towers to snuggle and kiss.

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  • 11

    Lake Naivasha

    4 reviews

    The highest and purest of the Great Rift Valley lakes, Lake Naivasha lies approximately 80 kms west of Nairobi on the floor of the Rift. The Lake shores are lined with fertile and flourishing horticultural farms and thousands of yellow barked acacias. Naivasha is home to more than 340 species of birds, has a resident population of hippo and small ...

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  • 12

    Maasai Market

    6 reviews

    This market is open on Sundays and while it offers many of the same things you can find in any curio shop, you can oftentimes get a much better price at the Yaya market. Be sure to do a walk through first - many vendors will have the same pieces, but if you buy more than one thing from the ...

  • 13

    The Karen Blixen Museum

    5 reviews

    The Karen Blixen house is beautiful and fans of Out of Africa won't be disappointed. There's a restaurant in the garden that has a delicious however expensive menu but part of what you pay for is the experience. I've gone back several times.

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  • 14

    Mombasa Marine National Park

    3 reviews

    The park is basically a no fishing zone right off the shore where there are about six snorkeling stations set-up inside the reef. You hire a boat to go around to some of them and jump off and check out the wildlife. Most of the coral is dead, but there are enough bomies to keep one busy for the day, ...

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  • 15

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

    3 reviews

    This is one of my favorite places to visit in the Nairobi area. They're only open to the public a couple of mornings a week but it's well worth it. You'll fall in love with elephants and have so much respect for their caregivers at this baby elephant orphanage!

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  • 16

    Mount Longonot National Park

    3 reviews

    I love hiking and this was among my more memorable treks. The peak was clouded over by the time I got there but I did get a few great views on the way up. Even with the clouds, looking down into the steaming crater was awesome. It had it's challenging moments but overall, not too difficult. My mistake was not ...

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  • 17

    Mount Kenya National Park/Natural Forest

    3 reviews

    Take four or five days to hike to the peak of Mt. Kenya, through some of the most beautiful, breathtaking and alien landscapes in the country. Watch the sun rise over the clouds beneath you from the snowy glacier-covered summit. On a clear day you can spot Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru in the distance.

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  • 18

    Hell's Gate National Park

    3 reviews

    Kenya's smallest National Park, it is void of loins and big predators, which means you can bicycle through it, hike, and camp. You can hire bikes at the entrance, but choose carefully as they are not all in good repair. In the park, bike with herds of zebras, giraffes, wart hogs, buffaloes, and other savanna animals. Hike down to the ...

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  • 19

    Ol Pejeta Conservancy

    3 reviews

    The Ol Pejeta Conservancy – a 90,000-acre private wildlife conservancy – is situated on the equator, in Kenya’s Laikipia District, between the foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped Mount Kenya. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy boasts an astounding variety of animals, including the “Big Five” (the endangered black and white rhino , leopard, elephant, buffalo and lion), Grevy’s ...

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  • 20

    Nairobi National Museum

    3 reviews

    Simply amazing. It is wonderful that some of the pre-human hominid remains for each East Africa is so famous for remain right here in Kenya, on display for the world to see. These pieces could easily be in any of the world's top museums - in New York, London or Paris. But no, they are here, where they belong - ...

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