The Nairobi Safari Walk is a conservation-based recreational facility like no other. Only 7KM from the bustling Metropolis, here you will find a sampling of what wildlife in Kenya has to offer. Not only is the setting exceptionally serene, but you will get a chance to see some of the rarest animals on the planet. These include the White Rhino, the Bongo and even the Albino Zebra. What this walk offers, is a chance to see most of Kenya’s wildlife within a single setting.
Most of us have thrilling adventures. If speeding is your poison of choice, then you can Go Karting on Langata road when you visit Nairobi. The facility offers you 10-minute sessions of speeding and racing your compadres through a windy track that can be floodlit at night.
If you want to experience more speed and try out your ice skating skills on East Africa’s first ice skating rink. It’s a wonderful experience that you get to enjoy within an amazing facility that is only minutes from the Airport. The Panari Hotel is one of the highest rated hotels in the country.
Take a day out of Nairobi's hustle and bustle and head to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Witness and assist with the protection and preservation of Africa's wilderness. Admire the wildlife and the trust as you see and learn about the care for orphaned elephants and many other animals.
The David Sheldrick National Wildlife Trust is an orphan-elephant rescue organization, devoted to conserving East Africa's wildlife and habitats. Founded in 1977 by Dr Dame Daphne Sheldrick in honour of her late husband and famous Warden of Tsavo East National Park, David Sheldrick, the trust is one of the most successful elephant and rhino rescue programs in the world.