How long will he be in Nairobi for? Here are some suggestions: Maasai market at The Village on Friday, visit the Nairobi National Park, The Museum, Try Game Meat at Carnivore Restaurant... about 8 years agoAnswered by Galib via Travellr.com
Seriously be careful though as when we were there some of our friends who were walking at dusk got mugged. The carnivore restaurant is a must!! We also did a trip up to the lake and the giraffe house which was quite nice (bit expensive though).. almost 8 years ago
Hello again, Elinor.
Just wanted to elaborate on Carnivore, because it as absolute must in Nairobi. It's a restaurant that serves various game meat, like zebra, impalla, ostich and crocodile, to name a few. They cook it in a spit fire, and serve it Brazillian style, by coming to your table with a giant skewer, and slicing off whatever they are offering. It is about $30+ per person, and just a really unique, neat thing to do in Nairobi. One of my biggest claims to fame amongst my friends is telling them that I've eaten giraffe. My bragging rights was worth the trip alone! :)
-LL over 7 years ago
As well as everything else already mentioned, there's also the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust aka the Elephant Orphanage.
You can visit and adopt a baby elephant!
If you like reptiles then there's also the Nairobi Snake Park.
If you've heard of the movie Out of Africa, then definitely go to the Karen Blixen House and Museum. over 7 years ago
I'm a bit late in answering this, but for anyone else who's interested, here's a couple guides/events sites I've found useful for finding things to do in Nairobi:
http://www.nairobikenya.com/ - Pretty good list of user rated attractions and entertainment destinations, and an events page (http://www.nairobikenya.com/whats-going-on/events/).
http://kenyabuzz.com/ - Good list of places to go and new events (http://kenyabuzz.com/whats-on/events/view-day) from all over Kenya (most listed are in Nairobi). over 7 years ago
Take a taxi to Giraffe Center, Make sure to stipulate the price for a ride before departure, in both directions, National Park the park founded in 1946 - the first national park in Kenya,
the Uhuru Park is the most popular recreational park in Nairobi, Lake Nakuru National Park, If you are short on time (or money) and do not wish to do a full safari, then Nairobi has its own small version right by the actual city. You can see a large number of animals, The National Archives of Kenya is one of the few colonial styled buildings left in the city centre of Nairobi.. these are few must visit places which loved visit ask a travel agency to prepare a proper itenary for you the way i did ...
Have a Joyful Yatra! over 6 years agoAnswered by Appidee via WorldNomads.com
Nairobi - Kenya's capital - has become one of Africa's largest, and most interesting cities. A frontier town no more, Nairobi has ascended in the last century from a barely inhabited swampland to a thriving modern city with boundless energy that never seems to sleep.
A thriving place where great contrasts of life, race, tribe and origin all become facets of a unique character.
The city however, has not lost its sense of the past, but also offers excellent hotels, museums, international restaurants, an eclectic music scene, an endless array of shops and markets and the historical home of Karen Blixen ~ author of Out of Africa.
Just outside the city is Nairobi National Park - 113 sq kms of plains, cliffs and forest. The park is home to large herds of zebra, wildebeest, buffalo, giraffe, rhino, cheetah, and a large number of lions are all found here, living wild within 20 minutes of the center of town. Further out of town, the spectacular 20 ft. "Fourteen Falls" waterfalls at Thika , Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park with an impressive 2,146 meter mountain and for the adventurous at heart, white water rafting on the beautiful Tana River. From the wildlife to the nightlife, Nairobi is a city unlike any other world wide. over 6 years ago