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Things to do

Best of Kenya


Maasai Mara game safari for 2 nights, need I say more. It is the place to view lions and possibly Kenya’s big five

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Sweet Waters Tended Camps in Nanyuki for 1 night game viewing and a chance to do a walking safari, night safari and play with a friendly rhino


Mombasa beach holiday for 4/5 nights 


White water rafting/bungee jumping on the Tana River for 1 night


A tour of Nairobi City
Eat at Carnivore restaurant – Located in Langata
Day trip to David Sheldrick to see and possibly play with orphaned baby elephants. Only 30 minutes drive from Nairobi and is open only from 11:00 for one hour
Nairobi Safari Walk in Langata. Newly opened with excellent setup.
Bowling in Village market or Cosmic.
Giraffe Park, Ostrich Park & Mamba Village – Located in Karen all within 20 minutes of each other

Water slides – Located either in Village market or Splash near carnivore in Langata
Nairobi National Park day trip – if going to Mara this is not worth it
GP Karting in splash – Located in Langata great fun for the young

Skate on East Africa's first ice-skating facility. The Solar Ice Rink, which opened in December 2005 at the Panari Hotel in Nairobi, can accommodate 200 skaters and measures 1,400 sq m (15,000 sq ft)

Maasai Market – Located in the Village Market on Fridays and Globe roun about in town on Tuesday

Climb Mt.Kenya – Fastest way up is the Naro Moru route, 3 nights

Camping in Naivasha – only about 1.5 hours drive from Nairobi right at the bottom of the Great Rift Valley, best camp site is Fishermans Camp or Hells Gate

Take in sweeping views of the Great Rift Valley from the road between Nairobi and Naivasha. Here the 2,000m- (6,560ft-) high escarpment walls plunge to the flat-bottomed valley floor below, which is dotted by a small string of volcanoes and brackish soda lakes.

Float over herds of game in the Masai Mara National Reserve in a hot-air balloon. The hour-long trip sets off at dawn and ends with a champagne breakfast. Almost all the lodges in the reserve offer this excursion.

Lukenya rock climbing – Located near Athi River great fun for the day
 

Amboseli National Park – great views of Mt.Killimanjaro and some amazing elephants
 

Lake Bogoria/Nakuru – excellent scenery and a chance to see the Pink Lakes populated with flamingos and also the hot water springs of Bogoria
 

Thika and Chania waterfall – located just 25 Km from Nairobi in Thika, drinks and food ia available from Blue Post Hotel
 

Go shopping in Mombasa. Biashara Street is probably the best place to buy kikoi and khanga cloths. The main city market is the Makupa Market, off Mwembe Tayari. Serious souvenir shoppers should also head for Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Village, where disabled men and women produce high-quality leatherwork, jewellery and other crafts.

Visit the many attractions on the beach road north of Mombasa, including: the Bamburi Quarry Nature Trail (www.bamburicement.com), which also features a butterfly farm; the giant crocs at Mamba Crocodile Village; and Ngomongo Villages (website: www.ngomongo.com), a cultural park demonstrating the lifestyle of 11 different Kenyan tribes.

 

Try your hand at deep-sea fishing, which is at its best along the coast between July and April. Sailfish, marlin, swordfish, kingfish, barracuda and tuna are all abundant.