Nairobi walking safari
Nairobi city is one of the busiest city in East Africa. Within the central business district, we have shopping malls, national archive, art gallery and many interesting places one can visit. Through the walking safari, you will traverse through different streets ranging from the busiest to the most cool ones. While at it, you can opt to visit the KICC and get at the top to get an aerial view of the entire city.
Start time:0900 hrs
End time: 1500hrs
Pick you up from the hotel at around 0900 hrs and proceed to Nairobi CBD for the walking Safri. Pack the car and start exploring the streets on foot.
We shall begin with Riveroad. The busiest city in Nairobi with lots of business. You will get to know how business is conducted on a daily basis and even buy some stuff for yourself. Most of the businesses here are cosmetics and beauty products, engineering products, electronics, and many more. In fact, many MATATUS to various upcountry destinations are boarded here!
You shall proceed to Moi avenue. This is the street that divides Nairobi CBD into two… The east side is always congested and very busy with so many activities and the west which ain’t that busy since it largely has offices.
You will visit Kenya National archives and learn the history of Kenyan heroes. In fact, right outside is the Tom Mboya statue good for taking pictures…
You can proceed with your Nairobi walking safari to KICC. This is the tallest building and most iconic. You can go up to the loof top and take an aerial view of the city. Beautiful!
Proceed to Uhuru park the city recreation center. City under the tree and enjoy your cold soda as you thank God for life. You can also eat our Kenyan meal, UGALI with some NYAMA CHOMA. Something you won’t like to miss. If you wish to end your Nairobi walking safari at this point, it is okay but if you wish to proceed, you can as well.
After your safari, you are dropped back at your hotel. But if you will still have the energy to walk around, there are so many streets you can explore.
Pick and drop at your hotel
Entry fees to KICC ($5), Kenya archives ($10)
Explore Nairobi city by foot and experience the most busiest city in East Africa