Widely known as the Safari Capital of the world, Nairobi in Kenya attracts inordinate number of travellers who meticulously plan their sojourn netting cheap tickets on flights for rewarding experience. Here’s a look at the top attractions of Nairobi for the tourists!
Popularly called Green City in the Sun, Nairobi the capital of Kenya, offers a unique blend of vast expanse of wilderness, tree covered parks and leafy suburbs together with the chaos of high-rise buildings, and bustling contemporary life. This burgeoning African metropolis is stuffed with mesmerizing attractions of all sorts, the very reasons why tickets on flights to Kenya are so sought after! Here is a look at top attractions of the town!
Nairobi National Park
The oldest park of Kenya, Nairobi National Park is widely known for endangered Black Rhino. Visitors can spot here four of big Five’s – lions, leopards, buffalos, and rhinos. With a bit of luck, tourists can catch sight of amazing number of wild beasts roaming gaily in the lush environment. Nairobi National Park receives approximately 1.5 million animals that migrate to the place during the months of July and October in search of water. Game drive, walking trails, bird watching, camping and more activities await the wildlife enthusiasts here, who reserve tickets on Kenya bound flights to experience the wilderness of Nairobi.
Nairobi National Museum
Nairobi National Museum is a one-stop destination to get a sneak peak into country’s cultural heritage. Located ten minutes drive away from the Nairobi City Centre, the place showcases Kenya’s rich heritage with four distinct themes representing Kenya’s culture, nature, history and contemporary art. The major attractions here include Art Gallery, Temporary Exhibitions, Snake Park, Botanical Gardens, and Nature Trail. Vacationers who book tickets aboard Kenya flights for holidays in Nairobi can indulge in great souvenir shopping and carry interesting artefacts back home for their loved ones.
This World famous Nature Education Centre was founded in 1979 by the late Jock Leslie with a vision to create an educational institution in combination with conserving threatened Rothschild Giraffes, found only in East Africa. Visitors can spend the night at the Giraffe Manor and enjoy breakfast with these beautiful animals looking into the dining room. It is perfect way to get up-close and personal with these splendid giraffes. Animal enthusiasts, who have their flights booked to Kenya, should make it a point to visit this exotic destination in Nairobi, and capture the precious moments with gigantic giraffes to carry back the experience of life time! Check out the centre’s website to know more about the place and also about the price of entry tickets.
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Constructed for the protection of Africa’s wild life, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a haven for elephants, rhinos, and other animals. The trust was founded in the year 1977 in the memory of popular naturalist David Leslie William Sheldrick with a significant mission of protecting and rehabilitating animal babies who have lost their mothers to poaching, death, injuries and other tragedies. The trust provides humanitarian care to these incredibly endearing animals, who happily reside in its premises. This place is one of the reasons why elephant lovers and conservationists make a beeline to grab tickets on Nairobi bound flights.
Karen Blixen Museum
Karen Blixen Museum was once a farm of Karen Blixen, author of the popular novel ‘Out of Africa’. Later the place was converted into a museum in her honour. This haunt is evocative of the early-20th-century colonial period with its exquisitely landscaped gardens offering jaw-dropping views of Ngong Hills. A visit to the museum is a step back in time and provides an insightful peek into the life of this distinguished authoress. It is a great place to explore for all those who book tickets on Nairobi flights looking for off the beaten track pursuits.