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Nairobi City;culture and historical guided tour

1. Nairobi City;culture and historical guided tour

Experience Nairobi City Tour with a Local guide who will share stories, life based on tribes, history and more so interesting facts about the city,learn and visit all the historical information and sites within Nairobi. Enjoy strolling through modern Nairobi and experience the Nairobi culture by learning some swahili words.When the tour is finished your guide will assist you on how to get modes of transport of your choice. During the tour, we cover the following areas: 1- Dedan kimathi statue [freedom fighter] 2-Jamia mosque [bigest mosque in Nairobi] 3-MacMillan memorial library 4- Maasai markets [sorveigneirs and attires] 5- Public smoking zone 6- Galton Fenzi memorial 7-Holy family Basilca 8- KICC and Supreme court of kenya 9-Office of the president and deputy president 10-Parliment of Kenya[national assembly and the senate] 11-UHURU park

Nairobi city tour.

2. Nairobi city tour.

The Nairobi city tour is an excursion not to miss while in Nairobi. Get to tour the Nairobi Railway Museum, Kenya International Conference Center, Bomb Last Memorial Park, City Market, and the Jeevanjee Gardens. After pick-up from your hotel or airport at 9 a.m. get to the central part of the city where your tour begins. With the help of our driver/guide, walk to each of these places as you get to learn the history behind them and also get to have a taste of Nairobi city life. Security is all assured as our guides are professionals and wouldn't let you in harm's way. Have a walk to where Kenya's first president was buried and the parliament of Kenya. For those in need of shopping from the supermarkets, get to go inside one of them and do your shopping. After having spent some good time in Nairobi and taking some photos where necessary, it will be good time to head back to the hotel or airport.

The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

3. The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

Enjoy a tour of the city exploring the rich and beautiful historical streets of this city. You will be amazed at the warm welcome from the locals and the fascinating moment after the hike. The walk will start at the Kenya archives building for a short preview of Kenyan history, pass the Kenya museum to learn about the history of mankind, and stop at the Maasai open-air market to learn and explore the beautiful events and cultural activities, a visit to the Uhuru public park to enjoy the best sightseeing in the city and finish with a stroll to the central business district for a cup of local coffee and taste the street cuisine of Nairobi, Kenya. Tour Highlights: ✓Tour the city like a local. ✓Learn history of Kenya through the city iconic buildings,statues and monuments. -Supreme court. -Bank of India. -City market. -Macmillan library. -Jamia mosque. -All saint cathedral. -City hall and parliament buildings. -7th August memorial park. (No entry just passing outside) -Dedan Kimathi statues. -Tom Mboya statues. -Fenzi memorial monument. -Kenyatta mausoleum. ✓ Cultural shopping experience in the city Maasai market. ✓ Visit Uhuru Park and Central Park. ✓Kenyatta International Conference centre rooftop/helipad city view. ✓Nairobi museum and Snake park.

Nairobi: Guided City Tour with Nairobi National Museum Entry

4. Nairobi: Guided City Tour with Nairobi National Museum Entry

You will start your day with a pickup from your hotel within Nairobi at 8:30 am with our professional guide/driver and start the drive to the Nairobi National Museum. The Nairobi National Museum was founded in 1920, and established at its present location in 1929. Want to learn about the country’s history, it’s people, culture and art then this is a place you can start with. The Museum aims to interpret Kenya’s rich heritage and offers a one stop for visitors to sample the country’s rich heritage both for education and leisure. It is open on all 356 days throughout the year from 0830hrs -1730hrs. At 10:30 am, leave the museum and start the drive to City centre where we will find a parking and start the walk to the August Memorial park. The August 7th Memorial Park is located at the 1998 Bomb blast scene along Haile Selassie Avenue. It is dedicated to those who lost their lives and contains a notice board listing their names. This will take like an hour. Then we will drive to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre which is internationally renowned venue for conferences, meetings, exhibitions and special events and among the tallest buildings in Nairobi. You can go to the rooftop and enjoy a marvelous and exclusive view of the city. This will take an hour. You will later be taken to a restaurant where you can enjoy delicious African dishes. (OPTIONAL). Later is drop off to your hotel.

Nairobi: City Discovering Guided Walking Tours.

5. Nairobi: City Discovering Guided Walking Tours.

Full description. Explore the streets of Nairobi city and experience all it has to offer, take a few hours on a private city tour that will include the Railway Museum, the city center and the maasai market. Nairobi City Tour starts with an exploratory tour covering the Nairobi National Museum and modern city center, it continues to the Railway Museum where old steam locomotives are exhibited, including the one from which Superintendent John Lyall was taken from by a man-eating lion in Tsavo in 1901. You will also visit the city iconic buildings and monuments that give more history of Kenya struggle for independence. Finally you visit the city market where a wide variety of African curios and tropical fruit and flowers are on sale, with a last stop to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre. Places To Visit in Nairobi. ✓Maasai cultural market. ✓August 7th memorial park. ✓Railway museum. ✓Nairobi museum and Snake park. ✓Sheldrick animal orphanage. ✓Karen Blixen Museum. ✓Nairobi safari Walk. ✓Kazuri beadwork factory. ✓Giraffes centre. ✓Village market. ✓Nairobi National park. ✓Uhuru park and Central Park. ✓Karura forest. Book a free walking Tour with us for a magical unforgettable experience in Nairobi.

Guided Nairobi City Walking tour

6. Guided Nairobi City Walking tour

Kenyatta International Conference Center Our walking tour starting by picking you from your Nairobi Hotel. The first stop will be The Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC), this is a 28-storey building located in Nairobi’s CBD (Central Business District) and is within walking distance of several five-star hotels. This is the best and only way to tour Nairobi in 5 minutes, literally! From the top of this building you will summarize your experience of the city and observe all that Nairobi has to offer with an eagle's eye view. The view from the rooftop, which historically served as a helipad, is one of the best of my beloved Nairobi. This 360-degree bird’s eye view of the city center is unrivaled. On a clear day you can spot some of the city’s green spaces like Uhuru Park, Central Park, City Park, Railways Golf Course and the Nairobi National Park. Do dress warmly; it gets rather windy up there, especially in the evenings. Uhuru Park Nairobi This is public Government Big relaxing park named after Kenya's Freedom and Independence, During weekend there all kinds of amusement offering the Public Pleasure. A place to visit. August 7th Memorial Park Then take a walking tour and experience the unique atmosphere of Nairobi’s bustling city center. Visit Mzee Jomo Kenyatta Mausoleum, Parliament, Kenya National Archives, and the “Thorn Tree”- the first post office at Sarova Stanley hotel. Shop local crafts at City Market or Maasai Market and let your guide help you bargain Get insights about the tribes of Kenya from your guide. Enter the 7th memorial park USA Embassy bomblast and get a general view of the city. You will then be dropped back to your hotel for lunch (own expense) Note: The remaining time is for the round tour and time spending in sightseeing or explorations.Return back to hotel.

Nairobi: City Walking Tour with Local Lunch

7. Nairobi: City Walking Tour with Local Lunch

This comprehensive walking tour aims to introduce you to some of the most important historical and cultural sites in Nairobi. Led by an expert English-speaking guide, discover the famous and not so famous attractions of the city, and see Nairobi through the eyes of a local. Meet at the reception of the Kivi Milimani Hotel at 09:00 for a brief introduction to the tour. Set out through Uhuru Park in the heart of the city center, and wander past the parliament buildings and the mausoleum of the first president of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. See the Kenyatta Conference Center and the August 7th Memorial Park which was built to commemorate the bombing of the US Embassy. There will also be time to visit the Kenya National Archives and various other sites within the city. A delicious lunch of local cuisine is also served on this tour. Walking through the city streets and traveling by public transport provides plenty of opportunity to mingle with the locals as they go about their daily lives.

Nairobi City Walking Tour

8. Nairobi City Walking Tour

Enjoy breathtaking views from the KICC tower – an impressive 28-story skyscraper. Visit top Nairobi attractions such as Mzee Jomo Kenyatta Mausoleum and Kenya National Archives. Learn about the first stock market and the “Thorn Tree”- the first post office at Sarova Stanley hotel Shop local crafts at City Market or Maasai Market and let your guide help you bargain Get insights about the tribes of Kenya from your guide. Learn about the city’s culture and history. If you wish, finish the tour with a coffee at one of the many coffee houses. The tour can be customized according to your interests and schedule. Always ask your guide for help. You will visit a local market where you can bargain and shop for arts and crafts. You will later walk back to your city hotel with your guide.

Nairobi City Experience Tour

9. Nairobi City Experience Tour

Your day begins with a visit to the Nairobi National Museum, where you'll explore exhibits on Kenya's history, culture, and natural heritage. Marvel at the famous fossil remains of early human ancestors found in the region and browse the museum shop for unique souvenirs. Next, ascend the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) for a panoramic view of Nairobi's skyline from the rooftop. Learn about the building's history and significance to the city's development. Continue your tour with a visit to the August 7th Memorial Park, a solemn reminder of the 1998 US Embassy bombing. Pay your respects at the memorial and reflect on its impact on Kenya's history.

Nairobi City Tour and Giraffe Centre Guided Tour

10. Nairobi City Tour and Giraffe Centre Guided Tour

Experience a more contemporary side of Nairobi without handling the toxic traffic on this door-to-door private tour of the Kenyan capital. Learn about the nation’s culture, heritage, and peoples at the Nairobi National Museum. Discover the August 7 Memorial Park, built to commemorate the US Embassy bombings of 1998, then soak up city views from the roof of the Kenyatta International Conference Centre. Then later proceed to the Giraffe Centre ,whereby you will learn about the different types of giraffes and the conservations efforts to maintain them.

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August 7th Memorial Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

Nairobi City;culture and historical guided tour

Nairobi City;culture and historical guided tour

Experience Nairobi City Tour with a Local guide who will share stories, life based on tribes, history and more so interesting facts about the city,learn and visit all the historical information and sites within Nairobi. Enjoy strolling through modern Nairobi and experience the Nairobi culture by learning some swahili words.When the tour is finished your guide will assist you on how to get modes of transport of your choice. During the tour, we cover the following areas: 1- Dedan kimathi statue [freedom fighter] 2-Jamia mosque [bigest mosque in Nairobi] 3-MacMillan memorial library 4- Maasai markets [sorveigneirs and attires] 5- Public smoking zone 6- Galton Fenzi memorial 7-Holy family Basilca 8- KICC and Supreme court of kenya 9-Office of the president and deputy president 10-Parliment of Kenya[national assembly and the senate] 11-UHURU park

Nairobi city tour.

Nairobi city tour.

The Nairobi city tour is an excursion not to miss while in Nairobi. Get to tour the Nairobi Railway Museum, Kenya International Conference Center, Bomb Last Memorial Park, City Market, and the Jeevanjee Gardens. After pick-up from your hotel or airport at 9 a.m. get to the central part of the city where your tour begins. With the help of our driver/guide, walk to each of these places as you get to learn the history behind them and also get to have a taste of Nairobi city life. Security is all assured as our guides are professionals and wouldn't let you in harm's way. Have a walk to where Kenya's first president was buried and the parliament of Kenya. For those in need of shopping from the supermarkets, get to go inside one of them and do your shopping. After having spent some good time in Nairobi and taking some photos where necessary, it will be good time to head back to the hotel or airport.

The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

The Real Nairobi City Historical Guided Walking Tour.

Enjoy a tour of the city exploring the rich and beautiful historical streets of this city. You will be amazed at the warm welcome from the locals and the fascinating moment after the hike. The walk will start at the Kenya archives building for a short preview of Kenyan history, pass the Kenya museum to learn about the history of mankind, and stop at the Maasai open-air market to learn and explore the beautiful events and cultural activities, a visit to the Uhuru public park to enjoy the best sightseeing in the city and finish with a stroll to the central business district for a cup of local coffee and taste the street cuisine of Nairobi, Kenya. Tour Highlights: ✓Tour the city like a local. ✓Learn history of Kenya through the city iconic buildings,statues and monuments. -Supreme court. -Bank of India. -City market. -Macmillan library. -Jamia mosque. -All saint cathedral. -City hall and parliament buildings. -7th August memorial park. (No entry just passing outside) -Dedan Kimathi statues. -Tom Mboya statues. -Fenzi memorial monument. -Kenyatta mausoleum. ✓ Cultural shopping experience in the city Maasai market. ✓ Visit Uhuru Park and Central Park. ✓Kenyatta International Conference centre rooftop/helipad city view. ✓Nairobi museum and Snake park.

Nairobi: Guided City Tour with Nairobi National Museum Entry

Nairobi: Guided City Tour with Nairobi National Museum Entry

You will start your day with a pickup from your hotel within Nairobi at 8:30 am with our professional guide/driver and start the drive to the Nairobi National Museum. The Nairobi National Museum was founded in 1920, and established at its present location in 1929. Want to learn about the country’s history, it’s people, culture and art then this is a place you can start with. The Museum aims to interpret Kenya’s rich heritage and offers a one stop for visitors to sample the country’s rich heritage both for education and leisure. It is open on all 356 days throughout the year from 0830hrs -1730hrs. At 10:30 am, leave the museum and start the drive to City centre where we will find a parking and start the walk to the August Memorial park. The August 7th Memorial Park is located at the 1998 Bomb blast scene along Haile Selassie Avenue. It is dedicated to those who lost their lives and contains a notice board listing their names. This will take like an hour. Then we will drive to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre which is internationally renowned venue for conferences, meetings, exhibitions and special events and among the tallest buildings in Nairobi. You can go to the rooftop and enjoy a marvelous and exclusive view of the city. This will take an hour. You will later be taken to a restaurant where you can enjoy delicious African dishes. (OPTIONAL). Later is drop off to your hotel.

Nairobi: City Discovering Guided Walking Tours.

Nairobi: City Discovering Guided Walking Tours.

Full description. Explore the streets of Nairobi city and experience all it has to offer, take a few hours on a private city tour that will include the Railway Museum, the city center and the maasai market. Nairobi City Tour starts with an exploratory tour covering the Nairobi National Museum and modern city center, it continues to the Railway Museum where old steam locomotives are exhibited, including the one from which Superintendent John Lyall was taken from by a man-eating lion in Tsavo in 1901. You will also visit the city iconic buildings and monuments that give more history of Kenya struggle for independence. Finally you visit the city market where a wide variety of African curios and tropical fruit and flowers are on sale, with a last stop to the Kenyatta International Conference Centre. Places To Visit in Nairobi. ✓Maasai cultural market. ✓August 7th memorial park. ✓Railway museum. ✓Nairobi museum and Snake park. ✓Sheldrick animal orphanage. ✓Karen Blixen Museum. ✓Nairobi safari Walk. ✓Kazuri beadwork factory. ✓Giraffes centre. ✓Village market. ✓Nairobi National park. ✓Uhuru park and Central Park. ✓Karura forest. Book a free walking Tour with us for a magical unforgettable experience in Nairobi.

Guided Nairobi City Walking tour

Guided Nairobi City Walking tour

Kenyatta International Conference Center Our walking tour starting by picking you from your Nairobi Hotel. The first stop will be The Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC), this is a 28-storey building located in Nairobi’s CBD (Central Business District) and is within walking distance of several five-star hotels. This is the best and only way to tour Nairobi in 5 minutes, literally! From the top of this building you will summarize your experience of the city and observe all that Nairobi has to offer with an eagle's eye view. The view from the rooftop, which historically served as a helipad, is one of the best of my beloved Nairobi. This 360-degree bird’s eye view of the city center is unrivaled. On a clear day you can spot some of the city’s green spaces like Uhuru Park, Central Park, City Park, Railways Golf Course and the Nairobi National Park. Do dress warmly; it gets rather windy up there, especially in the evenings. Uhuru Park Nairobi This is public Government Big relaxing park named after Kenya's Freedom and Independence, During weekend there all kinds of amusement offering the Public Pleasure. A place to visit. August 7th Memorial Park Then take a walking tour and experience the unique atmosphere of Nairobi’s bustling city center. Visit Mzee Jomo Kenyatta Mausoleum, Parliament, Kenya National Archives, and the “Thorn Tree”- the first post office at Sarova Stanley hotel. Shop local crafts at City Market or Maasai Market and let your guide help you bargain Get insights about the tribes of Kenya from your guide. Enter the 7th memorial park USA Embassy bomblast and get a general view of the city. You will then be dropped back to your hotel for lunch (own expense) Note: The remaining time is for the round tour and time spending in sightseeing or explorations.Return back to hotel.

Nairobi: City Walking Tour with Local Lunch

Nairobi: City Walking Tour with Local Lunch

This comprehensive walking tour aims to introduce you to some of the most important historical and cultural sites in Nairobi. Led by an expert English-speaking guide, discover the famous and not so famous attractions of the city, and see Nairobi through the eyes of a local. Meet at the reception of the Kivi Milimani Hotel at 09:00 for a brief introduction to the tour. Set out through Uhuru Park in the heart of the city center, and wander past the parliament buildings and the mausoleum of the first president of Kenya, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. See the Kenyatta Conference Center and the August 7th Memorial Park which was built to commemorate the bombing of the US Embassy. There will also be time to visit the Kenya National Archives and various other sites within the city. A delicious lunch of local cuisine is also served on this tour. Walking through the city streets and traveling by public transport provides plenty of opportunity to mingle with the locals as they go about their daily lives.

Nairobi City Walking Tour

Nairobi City Walking Tour

Enjoy breathtaking views from the KICC tower – an impressive 28-story skyscraper. Visit top Nairobi attractions such as Mzee Jomo Kenyatta Mausoleum and Kenya National Archives. Learn about the first stock market and the “Thorn Tree”- the first post office at Sarova Stanley hotel Shop local crafts at City Market or Maasai Market and let your guide help you bargain Get insights about the tribes of Kenya from your guide. Learn about the city’s culture and history. If you wish, finish the tour with a coffee at one of the many coffee houses. The tour can be customized according to your interests and schedule. Always ask your guide for help. You will visit a local market where you can bargain and shop for arts and crafts. You will later walk back to your city hotel with your guide.

Nairobi City Experience Tour

Nairobi City Experience Tour

Your day begins with a visit to the Nairobi National Museum, where you'll explore exhibits on Kenya's history, culture, and natural heritage. Marvel at the famous fossil remains of early human ancestors found in the region and browse the museum shop for unique souvenirs. Next, ascend the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) for a panoramic view of Nairobi's skyline from the rooftop. Learn about the building's history and significance to the city's development. Continue your tour with a visit to the August 7th Memorial Park, a solemn reminder of the 1998 US Embassy bombing. Pay your respects at the memorial and reflect on its impact on Kenya's history.

Nairobi City Tour and Giraffe Centre Guided Tour

Nairobi City Tour and Giraffe Centre Guided Tour

Experience a more contemporary side of Nairobi without handling the toxic traffic on this door-to-door private tour of the Kenyan capital. Learn about the nation’s culture, heritage, and peoples at the Nairobi National Museum. Discover the August 7 Memorial Park, built to commemorate the US Embassy bombings of 1998, then soak up city views from the roof of the Kenyatta International Conference Centre. Then later proceed to the Giraffe Centre ,whereby you will learn about the different types of giraffes and the conservations efforts to maintain them.

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