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Nairobi trip planner is a digital agenda for your trip to the growing African metropolis. The itineraries in this page offer a wide range of the top attractions, things to do, restaurants, events and tours in the capital of Kenya. The plans in the page are flexible so you can change them and adjust to your tastes and preferences.

Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and one of largest cities in Africa. It lies on the bank of Nairobi River. English is one of the official languages in Kenya so it is easy for travelers to orientate and communicate.

Nairobi is famed for its amazing wildlife. It is usually a starting point for safari trips around Kenya. The variety of national parks and animal orphanages with rare animals species are something any visitor shouldn't miss. Here are the highlights:

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: The biggest and most successful park in the world that rescues and preserves orphan elephants.

Giraffe Center: It preserves and protects the endangered Rothschild giraffe species, which are found exclusively in Eastern Africa.

Nairobi National Park: Kenya's first national park founded in 1946. A huge electric fence divides the park and its wildlife from the city. The park is unique for its proximity to the urban area. Nairobi National Park is home to a large number and variety of wild animals.

Snake Park: A snake reserve with a collection of cobras, puff adders, mambas and the large African-Rock python (non-poisonous). Those snake species are only found in Kenya.

Discover the rich historical and cultural heritage of Kenya at Nairobi National Museum.

Finally, treat yourself with some delicious local coffee or tea and discover Kenyan tea plantation traditions visiting Kiambethu Tea Farm.

Best time of the year to plan your trip to Nairobi is during the dry months, between July-October and also January-February. The average temperature then is around 25-28 °C. Avoid the raining season between March-May and October-December.

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David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is the biggest and most successful park in the world that rescues and preserves orphan elephants. It is an important organization protecting the wildlife in East Africa. After the elephants grow and become old enough they are freed back to the wild.

Giraffe Centre

Giraffe Center is located in 5 km away from Nairobi city-center, in Langata. The center preserves and protects the endangered Rothschild giraffe species, which are found exclusively in Eastern Africa.

Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park is Kenya's first national park founded in 1946 in capital Nairobi. A huge electric fence divides the park and its wildlife from the city. The park is unique for its proximity to the urban area. Nairobi National Park is home to a large number and variety of wild animals.

Karen Blixen Museum

Karen Blixen Museum is the house museum of famous Danish writer Karen Bilxen, who lived here from 1917 to 1931. The writer is famous for authoring the book named "Out of Africa". The museum is housed in a bungalow-style farm house built in 1912.

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