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Nairobi, Kenya - City Tour and Short Excursions

Nairobi, Kenya - City Tour and Short Excursions

Nairobi has for decades been referred as the safari 'Gateway to East Africa'. This is due to the fact that being Kenya's Capital City, it has internationally acceptable facilities that draw airlines and investors from all corners of the globe. With an estimated population of over 3 million people, Nairobi is the largest city in East Africa. You can enjoy the city tours and Nairobi Excursions at the fullest. There are many star-rated hotels to choose from, budget to luxury accommodation.

Nairobi tour excursion includes a tasty walk of the city-in-the-sun. Here you have ample time for close photography, bargain and diversified shopping at any place of your liking. Nairobi and other parts of the country offers a wide variety of sightseeing tours, day trips and half day tours, discover the sights of Africa with also fascinating tours that can provide a real insights to the real Africa. Tours by train in Southern Africa, Safari trips, tours and excursions are also the highlights of Nairobi Excursions.

» Fourteen Falls: The Fourteen Falls waterfall at Thika is a spectacular 27 meter deep and a perfect day trip. This scenic waterfall 14 Falls was recently declared a National Park and a short stop to view the falls is well worth while.

» Ngong Forest Sanctuary: Ngong Forest is the only indigenous forest in the world that is located right within the confines of a capital city. Its famous for the indigenous plants and trees and its amazing bird and animal life.

» Paradise Lost:Paradise Lost is a famous and most popular Kenyan weekend getaway. This place is visited for its ancient caves, tropical fauna and flora and the indigenous and exotic trees.

» Thika: Thika is an ultimate getaway of the African continent, which is a small market town, north east of Nairobi. The main attractions are here are Chania Falls and Thika Falls.