Nairobi City Tour/ National Museum Daily / 4 hrs / 1000hrs
Tour the principal landmarks, the Parliament buildings, City market, National museum and snake park with lunch at carnvivore restaurant or similar.
Further down Harry Thuku Road is the Norfolk Hotel. Historically, the Norfolk was "The Place" for starting safaris as way back in 1904. Opposite the Norfolk is the Kenya Conservatoire of Music and the National Theatre. Ahead is what was until very recently the only broadcasting stations in the country i.e. The Voice of Kenya (V.O.K now know as the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation). Branch on to Kijabe Street where many book shops and publishers are situated.
Enter Moi Avenue past the Old Salvation Army Building. Turn into Muindi Mbingu Street past Jivanjee Gardens on the left, and the City Market to the right. The City Market is housed in what was originally meant to be an aircraft hanger, but it was never used for this purpose. Instead, curios, crafts and farm produce are sold here. Drive down Banda Street past the largest Mosque in the country - the Jamia Mosque, and the McMillan Library built in pre-independent Kenya is our largest library. This is run by our City Council.
Join Kimathi Street pass the New Stanley hotel. This was at one time the centre for travelers during the earlier part of the century.
The Kenya National Archives which is on the left of the Hilton is a "goldmine" of cultural artifacts and paintings. Join City Hall Way drifting past the City Hall, the Law Courts and facade of Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC). The latter holds all major conferences in the country. Move on to Parliament way, at the beginning of which is the Mausoleum. The resting place for Kenya's first president is within the grounds of parliament.
Former American Embassy is situated on the corner of Moi Avenue which is now a memorial place. To the right on Haile Selasie Avenue is the Railway Station, the Railway Museum and the Kenya Railways Headquarters.
Drive directly to Nairobi hill viewpoint from where you have a panoramic view of the city. Continue on to "Gods corner", significant for the number of different churches situated in this area.
Rejoin Uhuru Highway on your way to the National Museum, a major International Centre for natural history and especially the study of human evolution. Visit also the Snake Park.
This Kenya Safari tour of Nairobi will end with sumptuos lunch at the carnivore restaruant. Please note that vegeterians can also have their meal here but if its too tempting we can select another restaurant for vegeterians.
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