Trip Highlights: Nairobi best walking Excursions through Nairobi City to Kenya railways, National Archives, National Museums, jevanjee gardens., Explore Nairobi National Museum, learn about Nairobi’s history, See pythons and adders at the Snake Park, Discover the historic buildings of Kenya’s capital his Nairobi sightseeing tour gives you the opportunity to explore the Kenyan capital in full, to discover its history and see some of its historic buildings.
You will get round-trip transportation from central Nairobi hotels, and the services of an English-speaking guide throughout the tour.
• Kenya National Archives
Kenya National Archives and Documentation Services (KNADS) is situated at the edge of the central business district in downtown Nairobi along Moi Avenue next to Ambassadeur Hotel. The archives look out on the landmark Hilton Hotel, while on the rear side is Tom Mboya Street. It was established in 1965. It holds 40,000 volumes
• Snake Park
The Nairobi Snake Park was started in January, 1961 to meet a popular attraction and to provide a research facility on reptiles, breeding of snakes. Live snakes were exhibited on experimental basis at the entrance of the Museum in 1958 which later became a popular attraction.When the popularity was noted, a portion of land in front of the Museum and down to the Nairobi River was acquired by the Museum Trustees for the development of Botanical gardens and exhibitions on live snakes.
• National Museum
The Museum was initiated in 1910 by a group of enthusiastic naturalists under the then East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society [currently the East African Natural History Society (EANHS)], who needed a place to keep and preserve their collections of various specimens. The first site for the museum was at the present Nyayo House, which later became too small and a larger building was put up in 1922 where the Nairobi Serena Hotel stands today.
• Kenyatta International Conference
The Kenyatta International Conference Centre, colloquially known as the “KICC”, now known as the Kenyatta International Convention Centre, was commissioned by Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, the 1st President of the Republic of Kenya, in 1967. It was designed by the Norwegian architect Karl Henrik Nøstvik and the construction was carried out by contractors Solel Boneh & Factah. This was done in three phases. Phase I was the construction of the podium, Phase II consisted of the main tower and Phase III involved the Plenary
Package cost: kindly inquire by E-mail (cost depends on the number of people travelling and the season of travel)
•Service of an English speaking driver guide
• park entrance fees to include government taxes
• Service of an English speaking professional driver/guide
• Walk or cycle as detailed in the itinerary
• Start and end in Nairobi.
• Entrance fees to the Nairobi National Park
• Any applicable taxes
-Items of a personal nature
-Any other extras not detailed in the above itinerary