Nairobi - Kenya
Experience life in Africa’s largest slum
Nairobi is an amazing cosmopolitan and capital of Kenya. It is not only a modern city, but also a perfect example of how locals live hand in hand with nature, protect it and cultivate it.
If you want to make the most of Nairobi in less than 24 hours, this package is perfect for you.
Here is a full list of landmarks you can visit on the route:
City market: A perfect place to get a souvenir, in this covered market you will find dozens of stalls selling wood carvings, drums, spears, shields, soapstone, Maasai jewellery and clothing.
Parliament buildings: Senate and The National Assembly houses are serving the legislature of the country.
The Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC): It is a 28-story building, a crucial address for a number of Government offices, including those of recently elected Senators.
7th memorial park bomb blast: It is located at the 1998 Bomb blast scene along Haile Selassie Avenue, contains a notice board listing the names of all people that were reported dead after the incident.
Railway station museum: Contains exhibits from the defunct East African Railways, it was opened in 1971 by East African Railways and Harbours Corporation.
National museum: Located on Museum Hill, near Uhuru Highway, was founded by the East Africa Natural History Society (E.A.N.H.S.) in 1910; the Society's main goal has always been to conduct an ongoing critical scientific examination of the natural attributes of the East African habitat.