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Mt Suswa Trekking Day Tour

Category: Safari booking Kenya
Published: Monday, 20 July 2015
Written by Super User

Only 50 Km from Nairobi, it is described by many as the best day trip from Kenya’s capital, this little known yet massive double cratered volcano is located very close to it’s well known sister, Mt. Longonot.

Mt. Suswa is one of the most spectacular mountains of the Rift Valley as it comprises a 12 km across double crater system, a vast network of obsidian caves and a variety of wild animals and plants.

Mt. Suswa is a magnificent extinct volcano in the Rift Valley. It is famed for the many caves on its E slopes. All are easy to access, none are too long or complex and no special gear or knowledge is required to explore these systems

Trip itinerary and Time Activity
07:30am Depart for Mt Suswa, expected to arrive at 08:30am, start Hiking, Bird watching & site seeing.
01:00 pm We take our picnic Lunch at one of the caves en route to the summit/ Mt Suswa camp, relax at the peak as we photograph and start descending as we enjoy game watching
04:00 pm Leave for Nairobi expected to arrive at Nairobi at 5:30 pm

Wear comfortable shoes & light clothes. Carry a picnic lunch, binoculars, extra drinking water & snacks. If you can, bring a spot light and helmet for caving.

Hells Gate Trekking Tour

Category: Safari booking Kenya
Published: Monday, 20 July 2015
Written by Super User

This day tour takes you to Hell's Gate National Park near Lake Naivasha. Search out herbivores and birdlife on a walking tour and learn about conservation at the Elsamere Conservation Center, once home to Joy Adamson.

You'll begin with a drive north towards Lake Naivasha. Stop along the way to take in breathtaking views of the Rift Valley before proceeding towards the lake. On arrival you'll visit Hell's Gate National Park. This 70 sq km park is one among few National Parks in Kenya where walking is permitted. The park has many herbivores and birds to spot as well as hot springs, spectacular cliffs and gorges to explore.

Lunch at a restaurant is an opportunity to sample regional cuisine and engage with the locals. With stomachs full head to the Elsamere Conservation Center on the shores of the lake. This was once the home of Joy and George Adamson who devoted their lives to wildlife conservation. They are famously remembered for their relationship with the lioness Elsa, having reared her from a cub and released her back into the wild. After a full day of explorations return to Nairobi.

Bomas of Kenya Tour - 3 hrs

Category: Safari booking Kenya
Published: Monday, 20 July 2015
Written by Super User

Bomas is a homestead and is located just 10 kilometers from the city centre with numerous homesteads reflecting Kenya's cocktail of cultures depicting in a traditional village life style.

You will be treated to a rich traditional music and dance show at this cultural centre. The greatest excitement is the display of traditional dances, music, and songs being performed in a splendid area. Traditional dishes may be served as extras

A drive to the Bomas of Kenya situated off Langata Road 15kms from the city centre. This is an amazing set up that offers you a first hand experience of the culture and lifestyle of many of Kenya's tribal groups.

Enjoy the rich traditional dances, villages and handicrafts displayed at the Bomas of Kenya.and view numerous homesteads reflecting Kenya ’s cocktail of cultures which have been faithfully re-created for visitors to see traditional village life. But the greatest excitement during the afternoon is a visit to the display of traditional dancing music and folklore songs performed in splendid arena.

Nairobi walking city tour

Category: Safari booking Kenya
Published: Monday, 20 July 2015
Written by Super User

Nairobi is a city, financial capital, administrative capital, province and the capital of Kenya. The main languages spoken here are Swahili and English.Its has been has been planted with police kiosks in throw away distances as means to increase security.. There are many churches, mosques and temples where people of different faiths go to worship. Restaurants serve almost every kind of food, from local dishes to the most exotic. Curries from India and Pakistan are very popular as is Chinese, Arabian and European cuisine. Nairobi has the modern technology.

Nairobi Walking City Tour Excursion (5 hours)
This Nairobi city tour excursion includes a tasty walk of the city-in-the-sun with a local guide's', where you have ample time for close photography, bargain and diversified shopping while visiting the stately Parliament buildings, Kenyatta International Conference Centre and the colorful Nairobi city market lift to the top of KICC to look at Nairobi skyline can be arranged) also are Visits to Kenya National archives & Watatu art gallery. Thereafter, a visit to the Snake park and National Museum: "the Finest Small Museum in Africa" well known for its spell binding exhibits and displays of early man, tribal regalia and the flora and fauna of Kenya also a close visit to the botanical garden .

Pick up from Your city hotel.
Dressing code-Casual and have walking shoes
Your Guide- chris Has been guding for 3 years offering guided walks to the city centre ensuring your safety and land marks of Nairobi .

Having a coffe in a Kenyan coffe restaurant - is a great sharing time to share light moments about Kenya History

The rate of the above includes entrance fees,Experinced Nairobi city Guide and a litre of water

Nairobi National Park and Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi

Category: Safari booking Kenya
Published: Monday, 20 July 2015
Written by Super User

Nairobi National Park and Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi
You can visit between 11am and 12 noon every day, and see the elephants being fed and playing. In addition, there is a keeper who will give a talk about the elephants, where they came from, how they are getting on, and how some of the previous orphans are progressing. You can get really close to the elephants. The orphanage also takes in rhinos and so if you are lucky you will get the chance to see a young rhino


Daphne & David Sheldrick Animal Orphanage
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a small flexible charity, established in memory of David Sheldrick, famous Naturalist and founder Warden of Kenya's giant Tsavo East National Park in which he served from 1948 until 1976.

Pick up time 10.30am every Day