Stare in the eye of a wild beast, visit an indigenous tribe village, discover the city's colonial landmarks, and let yourself be spoilt for endless entertainment by a modern metropolis: Nairobi, the safari capital of the world, is an incredibly diverse place where the vibrant city core lies a stunningly short distance away from untamed wildlife.
Do & See
Karen Blixen Museum
The property of Baroness Karen Blixen between 1917 and 1931, who came to Africa to engage in dairy farming and whose autobiography inspired the Oscar-winning movie "Out of Africa", this museum is an homage to the famous Danish author's life and the history of British East Africa.
Bomas of Kenya
From dance performances and beauty contests to crafts and poetry, Bomas is an unmissable place where you'll get a truly memorable insight into the lives of various tribes native to this area. Spectacular acrobatic shows are held daily.
Nairobi National Museum
This museum is the place to visit for anyone who wants to get a comprehensive idea of the history of Kenya, as it hosts a wide range of thematic exhibitions showcasing the county's rich historical, cultural, and natural heritage. The Snake Park and Botanical Garden are a must!