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Depart Nairobi in the morning and drive to the the floor of the Rift Valley stopping to marvel at the views of the escarpment along the way. Arrive at Lake Nakuru National Park for mid-morning game drive. Proceed for lunch at Lake Nakuru Lodge. Another short game drive as you get out of the park, more game viewing enroute to Nairobi. Arrive in Nairobi early evening.

Lunch or Dinner at The Carnivore Restaurant considered “Africa’s greatest Eating Experience”. The Restaurant serves every type of barbecue meat imaginable. Including four choices of wild game. The Carnivore Restaurant is located 6 Km from Nairobi City Center. Among the many posh restaurants in the city, the Carnivore stands in a class of its own. It is famous for its succulent steaks and charcoal – grilled game meat served on giant skewers. The tender – hearted are also adequately catered for; there is an unlimited supply of savory beef, pork, fish and chicken. A comprehensive vegetarian menu is also available. The restaurant guarantees to satisfy the most demanding of appetites. After dinner you may choose to move to the Simba salon and shake down the meat or dance the night away.
Depart from your city Hotel after an early breakfast, Spend most of the morning on a game drive in Nairobi National Park. Thereafter visit the Giraffe Center and the Karen Blixen Museum. Lunch at either Ranger’s Restaurant or the Bomas of Kenya Restaurant. Afternoon is spent at the Bomas of Kenya, Return to the hotel late afternoon.

A Tour of the Karen Blixen Museum situated at the foot of the Ngong Hills. The Museum was originally the home of Karen Blixen of the Out of Africa fame. This is combined with a visit to the Giraffe Center, an educational center and apart of African Fund for the Endangered Wildlife. The Park has a small herd of Rothschild’s Giraffe which are endangered species and you will get a chance to feed them. The Nairobi Giraffe Center is located 15 Kms from the city center. The center was founded in 1978 to save the Rothschild’s Giraffe from extinction. From a safe specially constructed platform, you may hand feed and make friends with the majestic resident giraffes. You then proceed to Karen Blixen Museum, an immensely popular tourist attraction, the museum’s beautiful wood – panned rooms are filled with interesting archaeological artifacts. You will wind up the tour with a visit to the Utamaduni Craft Center. Here you will see the work of local wood and stone artists and also get an opportunity to purchase some souvenirs.

Enjoy the rich traditional music accompanied by dance at this cultural center, and then take a guided tour of the different bomas (huts) within the compound. The Bomas of Kenya is located * Km from Nairobi City center. “Boma” is a Swahili word for a homestead or Fort. The place is adorned with many homesteads depicting Kenya’s cocktail of tribunal cultures. This is a cultural tour that introduces you to the traditional village life of Kenya’s major tribes. The Highlight of the visit is the afternoon performances by traditional dancers and professional acrobats inside the center’s magnificent arena.

Visit the Nairobi National Park only a few kilometers from the city center. Of the big five, only the Elephant is absent. The Nairobi National Park is only &km from Nairobi city center. The small park ( contains all the major animal species with the exception of the Elephant. The sight of wildlife grazing majestically against the backdrop of the city skyline is a pleasant experience. Close to the main Entrance of the Game Park is the Nairobi Animal Orphanage, founded in 1963 to provides home for  injured and orphaned animals, here the animals are nursed  to good health and then released back to the wild.
From the verandah of the stylish Ranger’s Restaurant adjacent to the Orphanage, one can view the animals in their natural setting. The verandah overlooks the floodlit waterhole favored by many of the park wildlife. The best time for game drives in the Park is early in the morning or late in the afternoon. The tour can optionally be combined with The Nairobi Safari Walk.

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