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Nairobi City Excursion
03 NIGHTS: SHOPPING,EXCURSIONS & SIGHT-SEEING SPECIAL
Day 01 – Arrival in Nairobi
Met on arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport off flight KQ534 ETA 2125 hrs and transfer to the Hilton Nairobi (05 Star) or Azure Hotel Nairobi (04 Star) or Ibis Styles Nairobi (03 Star), where you are booked on Bed and breakfast basis. Upon arrival at the hotel, you will be briefed on the rest of the days programme.
Day 02 – Nairobi (with Full Day Excursions)
Early breakfast and at 0800 hrs, embark on the days excursions, commencing with a tour of the Nairobi National Park. Nairobi National Park was Kenya’s first National park. It is a unique and unspoilt wildlife haven within sight of the city’s skyline. Rhino, buffalo, cheetah, zebra, giraffe, lion and plenty of antelopes and gazelles can be seen roaming in this open plains country with a section of highland forest as well as stretches of broken bush country, deep, rocky valleys and gorges with scrub and long grass. The park is an Ornithologists catch, with over 300 bird species including the Secretary bird, crowned cranes, vultures, peckers and many more.
At 1030 hrs, proceed to the Daphne Sheldricks Elephant orphanage. Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage – is located on a plot inside Nairobi National Park. David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a non-profit organization established in 1977 in honor of the late David Sheldrick. David was the founder warden of Tsavo National Park. David and his Kenya born wife Daphne pioneered techniques of raising orphaned animals mainly and re-introducing them back to the wild. Sheldrick animal orphanage is the first to successfully hand rear infant elephants and return them to the elephant community in the National Parks when grown. Orphaned by poachers and natural causes, infant elephants face certain death and can only survive the trauma if adopted and nurtured until they can be independent. The orphaned animals at Sheldrick animal orphanage are given 24 hours care by their keepers who became their replacement family. Sheldrick Animal orphanage is located just a few minutes from Nairobi and it’s a heart-warming experience that should not be missed. It is open for visitors strictly between 11 am and 12noon when the orphans are enjoying their habitual mad bath.
Lunch on own arrangements and then conclude the days excursions by visiting the National Museum of Kenya. National Museum of Kenya is situated a few minutes from Nairobi city center on Museum Hill road, off Uhuru Highway toward Westlands. The East Africa Natural History Society established National Museum of Kenya in 1910 with an aim of conducting scientific research in East Africa. The museum is now a government body responsible for managing museums and monuments in Kenya. National Museum houses extensive ornithological collections, animals and ethnographic displays of various tribes in Kenya. Within the national Museum grounds is a snake park where visitors can view life snakes such as Black Mamba and other reptiles. There is also a recreated Kikuyu homestead. Visitor will also be able to observe exhibits of fossil from Lake Turkana, geological displays, rock arts from Tanzania and exhibits about topics such as Swahili and Asian culture in Kenya and Masai Mara Wildlife.
You are booked at either Hilton Nairobi (05 Star) or Azure Hotel Nairobi (04 Star) or Ibis Styles Nairobi (03 Star) on Bed and breakfast basis.
Day 03 – Nairobi (with Full Day Shopping excursion)
Breakfast and then embark on a full day guided shopping tour. You will visit some of Nairobi’s premier shopping malls. These include : The Sarit Centre, Yahya Centre, the Junction and Galleria Shopping Malls. These malls offer the ultimate shopping, leisure and pleasure experience in East Africa. They house the best variety in fashion, food, entertainment, and services. For the newest arrivals, hottest styles and accessories, the shopping malls tenant mix boasts a well blended combination of internationally known brands such as, Nike, Adidas, Rado, Converse, Identity and Ivory. Specialty stores include Kache by Angie and Woolworths for ladies wear, Mocca for footwear, and Little Soles for children’s wear and accessories. Sir Henry’s and Italian Menswear offer both casual and formal clothing and accessories for men. For jewellery, Erita E. Jewel has a selection of beautiful precious stones, while Kazuri and Magik Grace offer authentic African beaded jewellery and accessories. Fragrance Lounge deals with an extensive collection of the latest designer perfumes for ladies and colognes for men. Mr. Price-Home is all about affordable modern living, offering the latest in contemporary homeware. The malls also offer food courts, which aim to entice you into a unique local and international cuisine experience. Cinema complexes with state-of-the art screen movie theatres, Casinos with state-of-the-art slot machines and Kids Corners offer maximum fun for children. Services offered at the shopping malls include dry-cleaning, a pharmacy, optometrist services, forex bureaus, beauty salons, photo studios, courier services banks as well as ATMs.
Farewell dinner tonight will be served at the famous Carnivore restaurant. The Carnivore is justifiably referred to as Africa’s Greatest Eating Experience. Twice voted amongst the world’s 50 best restaurants by UK based Restaurant magazine, the Carnivore is an amazing open-air meat specialty restaurant that has strikingly different food service and atmosphere to any other restaurant in Kenya. Whole joints of meat – legs of lamb and pork, haunches of exotic meat, rumps of beef, sirloins, racks of lamb, spare ribs, sausages, chicken wings, skewered kidneys, even crocodile, and other tasty morsels – are roasted on traditional Maasai swords over a huge, visually spectacular charcoal pit that dominates the entrance of the restaurant.
Day 04 – Departure
Early morning transfer to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for flight KQ534 departing to Lagos at 0730 hrs.
Using the Hilton Nairobi / Similar (05 Star)
Using the Azure Hotel Nairobi / Similar (04 Star)
Using the Ibis Styles Nairobi / Similar (03 Star)
Per child (02 to 11 yrs) sharing with adults – 50% of the applicable adult rate
Per child (02 to 11 yrs) sharing with child in own room – 75% of the applicable adult rate
The above costs cover :-
* 03 nights accommodation in a Standard room at the selected hotel on Bed and breakfast basis
* Airport transfers in Nairobi
* Road transportation during excursions
* Excursions including entrance fees
* An experienced English speaking driver guide
* Meals per the itinerary
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