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Exploring Nairobi

There aren't many places where you can watch giraffes roaming freely in a national park, back dropped by a glaze of skyscrapers and urban activity - but then again, the 'Safari Capital of the World' is no ordinary city. The planet's most magnificent animals are the main draw here, but Nairobi's also revered for its pounding nightlife, which rattles walls in the city center until the early hours. Whether you're just passing through Nairobi on your way to a life changing safari experience, or here to stay for a while, you'll quickly discover your wild side in this lively city.


Accommodations in Nairobi

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Nairobi is the Karen Gables, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Anga Afrika Luxury Boutique Camp Nairobi in Nairobi as it has been reserved 3 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out La Maison Royale and The Boma Nairobi.


Sightseeing in Nairobi

- Karen Blixen Museum


The Karen Blixen Museum offers fans of her book - and Academy Award winning film - 'Out of Africa,' a chance to tour the house she lived in. Don't worry if you're unfamiliar with her story – you'll still relish the chance to taste soft salmon, coated with lemon butter sauce, at the museum's delightful café. You'll eat surrounded by rainbow-splashed gardens, and trickling water features.


- Nairobi National Museum


Located about 10 minutes away from the city center, Nairobi National Museum showcases Kenya's rich natural and cultural heritage. The museum aims to showcase Kenyan heritage in a stimulating learning way. Within the museum there is a cafe /restaurant with a large balcony that offers a great and breathtaking jungle view.


Transportation in Nairobi

One of North Africa's largest airports is located in Nairobi, meaning almost all visitors to Kenya pass through the city. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport sits to the South East and, depending on traffic, downtown is around 20 minutes' drive away. Car rental is widely available, but many visitors choose to travel by taxi, as the city's driving can be a little intimidating. While it's generally considered safe to walk in the city center, its best to avoid most other areas on foot.