There are various options to land in Nairobi. Kenya’s Jomo Kenyatta Airport serves as the primary hub for international flights and is located just on the outskirts of Nairobi’s central business district. The airport receives direct flights from over 50 countries so you are likely to find a direct flight going to the Jomo Kenyatta Airport from your country. Alternately, the Wilson Airport also situate in Nairobi also handles flights to Kenya.
Once you arrive in Kenya, ensure you visit Kenya’s National Museum located just on the outskirts of the city centre in a lush green environment. This museum boasts a huge range of cultural exhibits to enthral the visitor. Should you wish for a trip to one of nature’s best-preserved habitats, visit the Nairobi National Park. Whilst at the park, pay a visit to Karen Blixen’s Museum. This is the farmhouse that author of Out and About, Karen Blixen lived from 1914 to 1931. This house is filled with various historical memorabilia. To catch an all-inclusive glimpse of the city of Nairobi, join in on a 5-hour walking, sightseeing tour of Nairobi. This tour is accompanied by a traditional Kenyan lunch to give you a little taste of Kenyan culture.
For more food, Carnivore is home to the most famous barbecued meat otherwise known as or nyama choma. This spot has been famous with expatriates, tourists and wealthy locals in Nairobi for the past 25 years.
Various events scheduled to hold in Nairobi this year have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this setback, the East Africa Chef Expo Summit will hold on October 22, 2020. Hopefully, normalcy would have returned by then. Tech enthusiasts can attend the 2nd Tems Africa ICT Expo and Conference holding from 30th to 2nd October 2020. If you are not keen on any event, you may simply enjoy a taste of Nairobi’s culture, nature and food.
When planning your trip to Nairobi, Travelstart or Wakanow are great websites that give you a comprehensive look at the various airlines and travel agencies who offer flight services to Nairobi. If you have flexible dates for departure, they will give you access to the cheapest periods within which to travel.
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