NAIROBI DAY TOUR, Elephant orphanage , giraffe center and Bomas of kenya

NAIROBI DAY TOUR, Elephant orphanage , giraffe center and Bomas of kenya
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$35
Duration: 8 hours
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Spend a fun day out in Nairobi, including visiting Nairobi"s top attractions, Elephant orphanage , giraffe center and Bomas of kenya
Book guaranteed Daily Trips,Tours and Excursions from Airport,Nairobi hotels or Nairobi Guest houses or Apartments and be dropped at Airport,Train station or shuttle service Point or your original place of pick at No extra cost !

A Nairobi excursion where you spend a wonderful half day at baby elephants! Visiting  Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage-The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: A Haven for baby Elephants and Rhinos Visiting the Giraffe center and the Bomas of Kenya a cultural center where you get to know Kenyan ethnic cultures and dances   Nairobi 1 Day Sightseeing Trip Go On A half Day Nairobi Road viewing the city.
1. Daphne Sheldrick ( Elephant Orphanage )
10 am Morning Late morning pick up ( Pick up at hotel within Nairobi or nearest airport )
Observing the orphaned elephant , This is where Daphne Sheldrick has perfected the raising and re-integrating of orphaned elephants into the wild. Open to the public from 11.00am - 12.00pm daily.
2. The Giraffe Center
12.30 pm.

The Africa Fund for Endangered Wildlife (A.F.E.W.) Kenya was founded in 1979 by the late Jock Leslie-Melville, a Kenyan citizen of British descent, and his American-born wife, Betty Leslie-Melville. They began the Giraffe Center after discovering the sad plight of the Rothschild Giraffe. A subspecies of the giraffe found only in the grasslands of East Africa.The Giraffe Center has also become world-famous as a Nature Education Center, educating thousands of Kenyan school children every year.

At the time, the animals had lost their habitat in Western Kenya, with only 130 of them left on the 18,000-acre Soy Ranch that was being sub-divided to resettle squatters. Their first effort to save the subspecies was to bring two young giraffes, Daisy and Marlon, to their home in the Lang’ata suburb, southwest of Nairobi. Here they raised the calves and started a program of breeding giraffe in captivity. This is where the center remains to date.You may also spot warthogs snuffling about in the mud, and there’s an interesting self-guided forest walk through the adjacent Gogo River Bird Sanctuary.

12.30 - 2pm Lunch break at a restaurant of choice within the area. ( guide to advice the best restaurants)
3. Bomas of Kenya
2.30- 5 pm
was started by the Government of Kenya in 1971 as wholly owned subsidiary of the Kenya Tourist Development Cooperation (KTDC) the Company was established to Preserve, Maintain and Promote the Rich Diverse cultural values of various ethnic groups of Kenya and to act as a tourist attraction center thus Bomas of Kenya is expected to preserve the authenticity of the Kenya’s Cultural values and to portray them in the pure form. At the Bomas of Kenya currently we have forty seven (47) different traditional dances collected from different tribes of Kenya.
Drop off at the original pick up location.

Spend a fun day out in Nairobi, including visiting Nairobi"s top attractions, Elephant orphanage , giraffe center and Bomas of kenya
Book guaranteed Daily Trips,Tours and Excursions from Airport,Nairobi hotels or Nairobi Guest houses or Apartments and be dropped at Airport,Train station or shuttle service Point or your original place of pick at No extra cost !