Nairobi National Park

You will be picked from the hotel at 0600hrs and have an early morning game drive to Nairobi national park. Located just south of the city, Nairobi National Park is Kenya’s first game reserve and the only protected area in the world that sits so close to a nation’s capital. You are likely to spot black rhinos, lions, giraffe, and zebra, as well as some 400 bird species.

David Sheldrick Orphanage

At 1100hrs you will visit the David Sheldrick Orphanage where orphaned baby elephants, tame black and white rhino calves and adults are taken care of by a dedicated team of conservationists. Baby animals are brought from the National Park for a mud-bath at the orphanage, where for an hour you can get close to them and sometimes touch them.You may not feed the animals but will get a chance to view the handlers feeding them.




Tamambo/Carnivore/Mamba village Restaurant

Later you will have lunch at one of our hand picked amazing restaurants in Kenya around Nairobi City either the Tamambo Bar and Grill located on the upper level of the Village Market and has a casual trendy atmosphere or the Carnivore an open-air restaurant in the Langata suburb of Nairobi, Kenya. Carnivore’s specialty is meat, and features an all-you-can-eat meat buffet.Another option is Mamba village a nature paradise spreading over 30 acres and is famous for its Crocodile Farm, hosting over an estimated 70 Nile crocodiles. Maasai Ostriches can also be found strutting around.


Giraffe Center 

At 1400hrs in the afternoon you will visit Giraffe center.The Giraffe center tour gives a completely up close and personal interaction where guests have the opportunity to view giraffes as well as feed them. The center has rescued, hand-reared and released around 500 orphaned giraffes back into the wild since opening in 1979. There is an elevated feeding platform that allows you to hand feed the giraffes, which can be an education in itself. You can also see, close at hand, how the giraffe uses its long prehensile tongue to strip leaves from the acacia branches. There is a tea house and curio shop there; also a 2 Km nature trail to walk through.


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