Things To Do Around
Visit Attractions Near our Hotel
Nairobi National Park
Established in December 1946, the Nairobi National Park is Kenya’s oldest National Park. The park is a leading sanctuary to the Black Rhinos, unique to Kenya, and is one of the parks in Kenya, whereby one is guaranteed to see a black rhino in natural habitat. One is also likely to see a pride of lions resting in the middle of the road. The park contains the historic Ivory Burning site.
Situated in the city centre along the famous Moi Avenue, this is the place to go to if you are interested in a recount of Kenya’s history. Government documentation, manuals, photography are some of the few mediums you can browse at your leisure.
David Sheldrick Wildlife
Helping save the lives of orphaned Elephants and Rhinos who are ultimately released back into the wild, is only part of the many wildlife commitments The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is involved in. Get to meet the orphans.
Nairobi National Museum
Within easy reach of the city, the Museum is situated in a quiet and picturesque area with ample parking. The Pre-historic Man in Kenya is one of the limelights of the museum and shows exhibits of skulls over 2 million years old.