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Nairobi, Kenya’s capital and largest city, is a fabulous travel destination, much loved by tourists for its rich history and interesting heritage. Of course, the city’s wildlife remains its major draw. Nairobi is perhaps the only cosmopolitan capital in the world to have a safari park within its borders!

 

Read on and learn more about Nairobi’s key attractions.

 

Holiday in Nairobi, Kenya

 

Nairobi National Park

Just over 5kms from the city centre, the Nairobi National Park is a haven for wildlife lovers. The park’s rhino sanctuary protects the critically endangered animal and is a big hit with tourists who visit from all over the world. Other than the rhinos, visitors can spot lions, gazelles, buffaloes, cheetahs, zebras, and giraffes at the park. As many as 400 species of birds can be spotted here as well. Offering wildlife tours on foot, the Nairobi Safari Walk is a popular attraction among animal lovers at the park.

 

Karen Blixen Museum

One of the major tourist attractions in the city, Karen Blixen Museum is the former home of the famous author, Karen Blixen, also known by her pen name Isak Dinesen. This residence turned museum has some interesting items on display for people to explore. There’s furniture that belonged to Karen Blixen as well as photographs and books owned by her. Along with an insight into the life of the celebrated author, Karen Blixen Museum promises a peek into the colonial days of Kenya.

 

Nairobi National Museum

This is another terrific museum and one attraction that must be visited by explorers coming to Kenya to learn about the region’s fascinating culture and marvellous natural history. A wide variety of exhibits, which range from stuffed birds and mammals to displays from different Kenyan tribal groups, impress all visitors to the museum. Do visit the Geology Gallery, where you can explore a remarkable collection of rocks and minerals.

 

Ngong Hills

Resembling the back of a fist, these beautiful green hills are loved by visitors. Opt for walking tours across the hills and enjoy incredible views of the valleys below. Along with the natural beauty, explorers would be able to spot a variety of interesting wildlife in the region. Buffalo, gazelles, giraffes and baboons can easily be spotted here grazing along the treks.

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