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Kenyatta Conference Centre

4.5/529 Reviews
Modern Architecture

Nairobi National Park

4.5/560 Reviews
National Park
Monday-Sunday: 6:00-18:00 (Local time)

Nairobi National Park is the only national park located in the capital city in the world. The park's landscape is a mixture of savanna and marshland, where you can see lions, cheetahs, gazelle and other wild animals. It is also the only place where the black rhinoceros can be found in the world, so it is also called the " Ark of Rhinoceros". The marshes in the park feed hundreds of birds.

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

4.8/55 Reviews

Nairobi National Museum

4.3/555 Reviews
8:30-17:30 (Local time)

Kenya is not just a country. It is a beautiful and amazing museum of this world which contains lot of types of animals, oldest culture of human beings and lot of types snakes in Snake Park.Kenya is the best choice to people_x000D_1) who have interest in history of human being's culture,_x000D_2) who have interest in various types of animals,_x000D_3) who have interest in artwork of modern artists and tribal sculptors._x000D_4) who seek beautiful locations to spend their free time with amazing experiences. It is not matter that limit of time! It is 1/2 hour (or) few days, Kenya is best and valuable choice to your time. That's the matter.

Nairobi Education Centre - Animal Orphanage

Albino zebras, pygmy hippos, bongos, leopards, and rhinos are several residents at the Safari Walk. The small but impressive zoo is a fantastic introduction to African wildlife, giving visitors the chance to learn about the animals as well as the opportunity to see rare animals.The park includes informative displays regarding conservation and local ecology.

Giraffe Centre

4.4/567 Reviews
Nature Reserve
9:00-17:00 (Local time)

The Giraffe Center is home to the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, whose mission is to foster animal protection awareness, provide environmental education, and inspire people to appreciate and protect the diversity of Kenyan animals. This place is very interesting and the content of the event is also colorful. You can observe the giraffes from the second floor balcony of a red building and feed them. This is a very rare experience, especially for children or adults with childlikeness. From the giraffe center you can also cross the adjacent Gogo River and enter the bird sanctuary for an interesting forest walk.

Bomas of Kenya

4.8/510 Reviews
Folk Village

Nairobi Animal Orphanage

4.6/517 Reviews

The Animal Orphanage is located in the Nairobi National Park. In recent years, with the international community's concern for wildlife protection, animal orphanages have become the main refuge and rehabilitation center for abandoned or injured wild animals in Kenya, attracting many tourists to visit and adopt each year. When Wildlife Administration staff discover abandoned or injured young wild animals while visiting the park, they will be brought to animal orphanages for feeding and will be released into the wild after they grow up or heal.

Lake Bogoria

4.4/521 Reviews
Nature Reserve

Masai Village

4.4/520 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood

Marseille Village is a unique tribe in Kenya. The Maasai people still live under a strict tribal system and are handled by tribal leaders and elders. Adult men are graded by age. Almost all of the people here depend on the meat, blood and milk of the animals for their livelihood. Adult men accumulate hair braids and young women shave their heads.

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