The tour start by picking you from your Nairobi Hotel 8AM.
The first stop will be The Nairobi Safari Walk an eye opener to Kenya's Parks and Reserves. It offers you an opportunity to learn what you expect to see across the country. You will have a taste of Kenya's rich Animal collection including the rare bongo, white rhino, albino zebra, a collection of cats, antelopes and primates. NSW is also home to a collection of about 150 species of local trees. Get to learn their varied traditional uses too. The Nairobi Safari Walk has been designed to blend in with the natural environment. It is made of sisal and gum poles. Interestingly, even the waste bins and light shades are built from these materials so that nothing looks out of place. And if you are tired and would still like to capture the breathtaking scenes, there are benches and shaded areas where one can rest. And if you are thirsty, water fountains are conveniently located. You dont need to feel insecure even for a moment while strolling in this natural habitat. Electric fencing, moat and chain link fence have been discreetly placed for the dual purpose of providing a good view and security. This ensures that the animals remain in their designated habitats.
The next stop will be at Nairobi Animal Orphanage which main purposes is hosting a collection of orphaned, hurt and abandoned wild animals from all over the country. The facility hosts both indigenous and exotic wild animals within environmentally enriched enclosures. The composition depends on the rescued animal. You are likely to see: lions, hyena, leopard, cheetah, warthog, buffalo, different species of apes, guinea fowls, crested cranes among others.
You will be taken for lunch (optional at own expense) and then start the drive to Bomas of Kenya. The Bomas of Kenya is a cultural centre at Langata, near the main gate to Nairobi National Park. The talented resident artistes perform traditional dances and songs taken from the country's various tribal groups, including Arab-influenced Swahili Taarab music, Kalenjin warrior dances, Embu drumming and Kikuyu circumcision ceremonies. It's touristy, of course, but it's still a spectacular afternoon out.It is a must visit for all visitors. Then dropped back to your Nairobi Hotel