Nairobi Guided walking city tour will happen in Nairobi City. Nairobi is the capital and largest city in Kenya. The name “Nairobi” comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nyirobi, which translates to “the place of cool waters”. However, People call it the “Green City in the Sun”.
It was a simple rail depot on the railway linking Mombasa to Uganda. The town quickly grew to become the capital of British East Africa in 1907. Eventually, the capital of a free Kenyan republic. With an estimated population of 4 million, Nairobi occupies 684 square kilometres. It is currently the 13th largest city in Africa.
Now one of the most prominent cities in Africa both politically and financially, Nairobi is an established hub for business and culture and is home to many companies and organizations, including the United Nations Environment Program.
A number of international events happen in the city among them being the annual Nairobi Marathon. This has become a signature sports event that brings together runners and supporters from all over the country as well as foreign participants to Nairobi.
This Nairobi guided walking city tour excursion includes a walk in the city with a our local guide where you will have ample time for close photography, bargain and diversified shopping while visiting the stately Parliament building. Also Visit Kenyatta International Conference Centre for a lift to the top of KICC for a view of Nairobi skyline. We will also visit Kenya National archives Thereafter, a visit to Nairobi National Museum: “the Finest Small Museum in Africa” well known for its spell binding exhibits and displays of early man, tribal regalia and the flora and fauna of Kenya also a close visit to the botanical garden.
You will be picked from your hotel or airport by our guide and start the tour with a visit of the Nairobi National Archives is a little-visited museum and art gallery that has a range of paintings and tribal photographs from throughout Africa. There is also an enormous collection of tribal weaponry, instruments, masks and other paraphernalia. Elsewhere are exhibits that provide a fascinating insight into the struggle for independence and the history of Nairobi. visiting the stately Parliament buildings, Kenyatta International Conference Centre and the colorful Nairobi city market also are included.
KICC roof top also doubles as a helipad, not only do you have a 360-degree view of the central business district but also get to see monumental buildings like the office of the president, Kenya’s parliament and many others
Later visit Nairobi National Museum which represents the historical growth of the country and Nairobi Railway Museum narrates the tale of this country’s evolvement; indeed, it is the rail that developed Kenya to the country it is now.
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