The Nairobi National Park is the city’s most well-known attraction, offering visitors an exciting safari drive through the vast jungles, where they may see animals like lions, cheetahs, black rhinos, hippos, and giraffes. Come here to be in touch with nature in its best form.
Tourists visiting Nairobi’s National Park frequently stop at the park’s entrance to see the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. The baby abandoned elephants and rhinos make it a must-see site for all animal lovers.
Karen Blixen Museum, located in the hills of the Ngong Valleys, was originally the home of Danish author Karen and her husband, Baron Bror von Blixen Fincke. The Museum, located approximately ten kilometers from the city center, houses the artifacts representing Kenyan history. The farmhouse became highly well-known after the Oscar-winning film “Out of Africa” publication, based on Karen’s story.
Nairobi National Museum, opened in 1929, houses a wonderful collection of local art treasures, culture, and paleontology. The museum is next to a botanical garden with medicinal plants and herbs. There is also a snake house, which attracts a lot of people.
This is the city’s most important shopping center. The retail center provides excellent shopping and entertainment opportunities. High-end restaurants, retail stores, fashion shops, and children’s play areas can be found here. Most well-known Kenyan businesses, such as KFC, Bata, Safricon, and Art Caffe, have service centers or stores on-site. Galleria Shopping Mall is a great place to relax or do window shopping.
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