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Nairobi "The Green City"

Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, is defined by locals as the “Green City” is the safari capital of the world.
Among the things to see absolutely in Nairobi are above all the National Parks and Parks dedicated to animals, but after all, those who decide to visit Kenya are looking above all for its wild nature.
Obviously we have also left some space for fun to satisfy everyone’s tastes.


located in Nairobi National Park, this animal orphanage is the oldest of its kind in Kenya.

Founded in 1964, the Nairobi Animal Orphanage is home to and cares for over 20 species of animals and birds in need of rehabilitation after injury or neglect. Lions, cheetahs, jackals, hyenas, ostriches, parrots and other animals inhabit the orphanage, which welcomes over 200,000 visitors every year. The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is both a conservation facility for animals in need and an educational resource for the public, mainly school-age children who otherwise would not have the opportunity to see these animals in the wild. In addition to the beauty of the orphanage, which derives from the possibility of seeing these healthy creatures in their natural habitat, each of the orphaned animals was welcomed for medical treatment before being placed in an individual rehabilitation program for a second chance in life. The purpose of the orphanage is to strengthen the animals so that they can eventually be released into the wild.


where it is possible to admire the tallest animal species in the world up close.

The Giraffe Center is a creation of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (A.F.E.W. Kenya), a non-profit organization in Kenya. The main purpose is to educate Kenyan school children and young people about the fauna and environment of their country, as well as to offer local and international visitors the opportunity to get in close contact with the tallest species in the world, the giraffe.


at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, What Makes Visiting Special?

To each his own, but certainly the thrill of being in contact with such an important animal and, at that very helpless moment, fills the heart. The guides will warn you of one thing: elephants are like little children. They will want to play, and they will be sociable: you can touch and touch them, but do not bow down if you do not want the elephant to throw itself on you for fun (they already weigh up to over 200kg).
The show has a very important function: to educate visitors to respect this species.
Elephants are witnesses and reminders of the brutality of poachers who, for futile reasons (ivory), kill adults and abandon their young to fend for themselves. While on the one hand the guides feed the impetuous elephants with spectacular gags and skits, on the other, they tell the stories that characterize them of each. “They are never funny stories”.
The tour, uplifting, touching and fun, also suitable for children, with the due caution of parents, ends in the boutique whose funds are entirely devolved to the maintenance of the park: you can also adopt an elephant until it reaches the age for the reintegration into nature, where, little by little, man will be forgotten again, returning completely wild.

Nairobi National

it is located at the Museum Hill, about 10 minutes drive from the center of Nairobi accessible by both public and private transport.

Built in 1929, this is the flagship museum of Kenya’s National Museums, housing renowned collections of Kenyan history, nature, culture and contemporary art.
The Nairobi National Museum aims to interpret Kenya’s rich heritage and offers visitors a unique stop to sample the country’s rich heritage for both education and leisure. In addition to the museum, visitors have access to a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as botanical gardens that offer a serene setting.
The Nairobi Snake Park and the Nairobi Gallery are part of the Nairobi National Museum.

IBIS Styles Nairobi Westlands

Welcome to ibis Styles Nairobi Westlands, where value meets style. We are modern, welcoming and perfectly equipped for solo travelers, families and groups.

Located in the Westlands business district, the ibis Styles is the ideal place for the value-for-money and convenience business traveler. We provide everything you need for your business trip in a chic atmosphere and our fantastic team is always in a good mood to enhance your experience.
277 rooms characterized primarily by space efficiency are tastefully designed with pops of color, stylish and stylish touches ready for the seasoned explorer. Access to high-speed Wi-Fi is guaranteed for all our guests, whether with us for a good night’s sleep or for our modern business facilities, among other amenities such as our newly opened fitness center, our restaurant contemporary and informal and our Coffee Shop / Take Away bar on the ground floor. Our rooftop boasts a Sports Bar and BBQ restaurant with breathtaking panoramic views of the Nairobi skyline.

Nairobi National

is a protected natural area of Kenya, with a total extension of 117 km² about 10 km from the center of Nairobi, is a rather rare example of a National Park in the immediate surroundings of a large city.

The park belongs to the Athi-Kapiti ecosystem. It is located a few kilometers from Nairobi, and the northern, eastern and western borders consist of an electric fence. The southern border is marked by the Mbagathi River, and is not fenced off, which allows for seasonal migrations of herds of ungulates to and from the Athi-Kapiti and Kitengela regions.
The park’s diverse habitats provide an ideal environment for numerous African animal species. This environment has also been artificially modified to be even more hospitable (for example, artificial dams and reservoirs have been built to attract herbivores highly dependent on water availability).
There are large populations of herbivores, especially Masai giraffes, Thomson’s gazelles, cobi, eland, wildebeest and zebras; in the southern area of ​​the park is the Kitengela migratory corridor, crossed seasonally by large herds of ungulates.
Among the mammals, there are four of the Big Five in the park: the lion, the leopard, the black rhino and the buffalo; the elephant is absent.
Thanks to the surveillance of the rangers, the population of black rhinos is very large, to the point that the park acts as a donor for the reintroduction of the species in other African parks.
In 2009, ten white rhinos (Ceratotherium simum) were introduced there from Lake Nakuru National Park.
The park has a rich bird life, which includes over 400 species (some of which, seasonal, arrive in the park between March and April).
The river area is home to species such as the hippopotamus and the crocodile.


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