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    Nairobi National Park

    12 reviews

    It is the only national park within an African city. You'll find a surprising amount of wildlife at this park, all with the towering buildings of downtown Nairobi in the background. The entrance is at the headquarters for the Kenya Wildlife Service, which is also where you'll find the Nairobi Animal Orphanage and the Nairobi Safari Walk. Get into the ...

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  • 2

    Nairobi Safari Walk and Animal Orphanage

    8 reviews

    You'll never experience anything yhis awesome in Canada

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  • 3

    City Market

    7 reviews

    The markets of Kenya are one of the best attractions and are a must see for any visitor. Artists and business people from throughout Nairobi bring their goods to these markets and sell them for ridiculously cheap prices. For about a few US dollars, any tourist is able to purchase authentic African relics. I found some very unique item for ...

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  • 4

    Maasai Market

    6 reviews

    its a beauty market and it has a good cargoo

  • 5

    The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

    3 reviews

    Not only are cheeky little elephants the funnest thing on earth but the way they are cared for here is so inspiring. I was fortunate enough to work in Tsavo East national park, where the adolescent graduates from Sheldrick's go on to the next stage to learn how to be wild elephants. This is closed to the public - proof ...

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  • 6

    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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  • 7

    Kibera Slum Tour

    3 reviews

    It's hard to say I "loved" Kibera slums. It is simultaneously a heartbreaking and thrilling place to visit. Make sure you visit with a local - though it's not an explicitly dangerous place, even Kenyans aren't likely to wander through without a guide who knows the area. A microcosm of the greater world around it, if you can see past ...

  • 8

    Nairobi Railway Museum

    2 reviews

    A hidden gem in Nairobi. It is a slightly dilapidated display, but the collection of inperson trains makes for a very manifest interaction with Kenya's railroad history. Great for birthday parties for young kids

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  • 9

    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.

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  • 10

    Jocky Tours

    2 reviews

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  • 11

    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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  • 12

    Kenyatta Conference Centre

    2 reviews

    For those that remember Gita, her Uncle designed & built this structure

  • 13

    K1 Klub House

    2 reviews

    It is a very cool spot, with a large outside area, and live music emanating throughout the crowd. Tuesday night there is live jazz. Packed on the weekend, and the food is decent. However, the service takes forever, so you have to be quite proactive.

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  • 14

    Cin Cin Wine Bar

    1 review

    It’s hard to fault Cin Cin’s ambience. It’s chic, plush and inviting – what with its lounge chairs and retro deco. Plus they have a wine cellar – yes, a real walk in wine cellar. We tried their Douglas Green Cinsault 2007. It’s great wine by all standards – fruity, full bodied and smooth.

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  • 15

    Nairobi Tented Camp

    1 review

    A remarkable oasis away from the bustle of Nairobi but yet only 30 minutes from the airport.

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  • 16

    African Heritage House

    1 review

    The sights from the balcony is to die for... the Oak tree...the sunken baths, the 'stone' swimming pool and even the railway line. I cannot describe this place enough. It is amazing!!

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  • 17

    Ramoma Rahimtulla Ramoma Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art

    1 review

    Besides its permanent collection, visitors to the new museum can see an exhibition of children's work in the Safaricom Children's Gallery, "Gender, power and the past" by US-trained Kenyan artist Miriam Syowia Kyambi in the Installation Gallery and mixed photographic works in the Photographic Gallery. Other spaces in the new premises include a sculpture garden and an outside area for ...

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  • 18

    Brown's Cheese Factory

    1 review

    A day trip to visit the Brown's cheese factory and Dairy Farm is a great day trip for all. Being just half an hour from Nairobi, this family run farm has been in operation for over 40 years. It offers a variety of activities that include cheese tastings, a farm visit, a delicious lunch and even a chance to milk ...

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  • 19

    Snake Park, Nairobi

    1 review

    In the grounds of the National Museum, there's a recreated Kikuyu homestead and a Snake Park, where you can see black mambas, some sad-looking crocodiles and giantdudus (creepy crawlies). Currently the Snake Park exhibits major groups, 1.Invertebrates like Giant Snails, Baboon Spider ,Mombasa Train Millipede, Crayfish, Freshwater Prawns 2.Vertebrates like Fishes both Marine and Fresh water, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and ...

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  • 20

    Karura Forest

    1 review

    An amazing option for a stroll through the woods in industrializing Nairobi. There is a small waterfall to check out, some shallow caves the Mau Mau used to hide in, and some other small lakes. The walking trails are good and marked for the most part, it feel very safe with families and joggers out on the trails, and it ...

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