Friday, July 5, 2013

Top Tourists Attractions in Nairobi

Nairobi, the capital of Kenya offers the combination of wild bush-land snuggling up with the modish wonders of the contemporary world. Nairobi has a deluge of attractions to please the smart travellers. Take a quick look at the top attractions of Nairobi, memories of which remain permanently etched in the minds of tourists taking flights to Kenya

Nairobi National Park
Widely known for the endangered Black Rhino, Nairobi National Park houses four of the five big five’s - lions, leopards, buffalos, and rhinos. Game drive, walking trails, bird watching, camping and more activities awaits the wildlife enthusiasts here who reserve flights tickets for holidays to Kenya and seek to explore the wilderness of Nairobi.

Nairobi National Museum
It’s a one-stop destination for the tourists bagging tickets aboard flights to the Kenyan capital to get a sneak peak into the culture of the country. The museum showcases Kenya’s rich heritage with four distinct themes representing Kenya's culture, nature, history and contemporary art. 

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust aims to protect and rehabilitate animals like elephants; rhinos etc that have lost their mothers to poaching, death, injuries etc. So if you are an elephant lover or a conservationist, do make provision for this wildlife trust in your itinerary before booking you flights tickets and holidays to Nairobi. 

Karen Blixen Museum
This museum that is evocative of the region’s past was once a farm of Karen Blixen, author of the popular novel ‘Out of Africa.’ A visit to the museum promises history enthusiasts as well as nature lovers alike, a fascinating day out offering true value for the money spent on air tickets to this Kenyan city.

Giraffe Centre
Animal enthusiasts, who have their flights booked to Kenya, should make it a point to visit this exotic destination in Nairobi to capture the precious moments with gigantic giraffes to carry back the experience of life time!

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