NAIROBI CITY TOUR (3 hours)
A tour of the city of Nairobi will recall some of the early days of this now modern city. Stop at the Nairobi National Museum and the Snake Park. Some of the highlights on tour are The Norfolk
Hotel, Jamia Mosque, Macmillan Library, The Law Courts, The City Hall, Parliament buildings etc.
DAPHNE SHELDRICK'S ORPHANAGE (3 hours)
Morning pick up from your hotel and transfer to Daphne Sheldrick's Orphanage where the orphan elephants and rhinos are cared for. The Trust does not solicit funds and relies entirely on
donations from our caring and compassionate friends. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust a small !exible charity, established in memory of David Sheldricks famous Naturalist and founder
Warden of Kenya's giant Tsavo East National Park in which he served from 1948 until 1976. After witnessing the feeding of these orphaned elephants and rhinos at around 11:00hrs,
Your will be transferred back to your hotel.
KAREN BLIXEN & GIRAFFE CENTER (4 hours)
Begin with a visit to the former home of famous novelist Karen Von Blixen. The house contains many of her original pieces along with some pieces donated by the makers of the "lm, "Out of
Africa". Then continue to the Giraffe Centre where you have the opportunity to feed the giraffe from an elevated platform. Giraffe Centre, initiated by AFEW, is an important conservation centre
worth visiting. (Optional home-hosted lunch at Macushla House at an extra cost)
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK (Half Day)
Enjoy a morning or an afternoon game viewing drive in the Nairobi National Park located within the city's proximinity. Lion, Rhino and a good variety of plains game can all be found within the
borders of the park. And outside the park gate, there is a 'Safari Walk' from where to view the animals more closely.
NAIROBI CITY TOUR / DAPHNE SHELDRICK / KAREN BLIXEN & GIRAFFE CENTER (Full Day)
This tour is a combination of the Nairobi City Tour, Daphne Sheldrick's Orphanage, Karen Blixen Museum and GiraffeCenter above. (With Lunch at either Carnivore Restaurant or Macushla)
LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK (Full Day)
Drive to Lake Nakuru National Park, famous as the home to thousands of greater and lesser !amingo. The park also provides sanctuary for Rothschild gira$e, rhino and leopard. Arrive for lunch.
Afternoon game drive, then drive back to Nairobi arriving in the evening.
LAKE NAIVASHA DAY TRIP (Full Day)
Morning drive to Lake Naivasha - located 100km (60 miles) North of Nairobi. Because the water is fresh, Lake Naivasha has the greatest number of residents living on its shore. It has also
become the centre of the booming horticultural export business which is one of Kenya's leading foreign exchange earners. With the high walls of the Mau to the west, Mt Longonot to the
south and Mt Eburu to the north, it is one of the most spectacular of all the Rift Valley lakes. The main lake with its yellow- barked acacia trees and blue water lilies attracts a vast variety of birds
(more than 350 species have been recorded). Another attraction in the area is Elsamere, the home of the late Joy Adamson (author of the books Born Free and Living Free) and now a museum. Arrive for lunch at a Naivasha Hotel. Afternoon boat ride to the Crescent Island. Late afternoon drive back to Nairobi and drop o$ at your hotel.
THE CARNIVORE RESTAURANT - LUNCH OR DINNER (The carnivore experience)
Transfer for lunch or dinner at The Carnivore Restaurant and enjoy Africa's greatest eating experience. Every type of meat imaginable including a selection of game is roasted over charcoal and
carved at your table. Delicious side dishes and an exceptional array of sauces complement this "xed price feast which also includes soup, a selection of desserts and Kenyan coffee. Set in
attractive tropical gardens, the service and the decor are outstanding.
MACUSHLA HOUSE - LUNCH OR DINNER
Transfer for lunch or dinner at the peaceful and charming Macushla House, located in Langata, a wealthy suburb west of Nairobi, close to the Nairobi National Park, the Ngong Hills, the Karen
Blixen Museum, Daphne Sheldrick's Elephant Orphanage and the Giraffe Centre. This immaculate house at the edge of an indigenous forest is like a private home and provides excellent
facilities, food and personalised service in comfortable surroundings. Open beamed ceilings, natural woodwork, log "res and a private study give the house a unique country-house !avour.
Fabulous wholesome meals are prepared with care and attention using the freshest of ingredients and served in the intimate dining room or by the swimming pool. Traditional English Tea with
scones can be taken in the garden or the bar which has a large selection of alternative types of drinks.
THE TOONA TREE - LUNCH OR DINNER
Transfer for lunch or dinner at The Toona Tree located at the International Casino Complex on the Museum Hill, overlooking the beautiful Denver garden and with one of the best views of
Nairobi City Centre. The Toona Tree within which the Restaurant is built keeps the restaurant cool and makes it the ideal relaxation place. Known for its wide variety of pasta dishes, traditionally
baked pizzas, seafood and kids delicacies. The restaurant also provides a wide selection of cuisine from Italian, French, Japanese, Indian and African Dishes.