Nairobi as Kenya’s capital is a hub of heaving cars and busses, khaki-clad tourists and ultra-cool fashionista locals proudly embracing the infectious energy of the country’s largest gateway city.

Linger in Kenya’s multi-ethnic city

A place that allows you to experience Kenya’s multi-ethnic culture, blending people from all walks of life in a fusion of old and new. Adorned with modern skyscrapers, world-class restaurants, fully equipped hospitals, modern shopping malls, abundant transportation options, and universities and colleges making their mark – you will find it all in this city that seems to never sleep. Nairobi is also often used as a jumping-off point for safari trips elsewhere in Kenya, but should you find yourself here for a day or two and be interested in exploring we can guide you to the best of this vibrant city.

Dynamic charm, Cultural landmarks

Nairobi comes to life in its bustling markets, vibrant art galleries, distinctive cuisine, and engaging cultural landmarks. Major tourist attractions include the Nairobi National Park, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, famous for rehabilitating orphaned elephants, the Giraffe Sanctuary and Karen Blixen Museum. Nairobi has two airports, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Domestic Wilson Airport.


Nairobi has an array of opulent, high-end accommodation options, encompassing lavish hotels and exclusive lodges that ensure an indulgent and luxurious base for your time in the capital.