$50 per person (2 person minimum)

Each package below is just $50 per person to hire Joseph, our professional Jossy Travel guide! But additional expenses may be added depending on the excursion you select. The $50 does NOT include entry into any parks or pay for any excursions. It only covers hiring the amazing Joseph to take you where you wish to go. If you are interested in full prices for any of these excursions, please do not hesitate to contact us for a final quote. We need to know how many people, the dates, and the exact excursion you wish to inquire about booking. We can then let you know the best local rates at that time as prices fluctuate depending on the season.


Starting at the centre of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, and taking you through the Railway Museum, National archives, McMillan Memorial Library, Kenyatta National Conference, African Heritage Gallery, National Museums, Snake Park, and Parliament Buildings.                                                                           


Nairobi National Park is Kenya's oldest animal sanctuary, a glorious stretch of savannah set against the dramatic skyline of Nairobi, the cosmopolitan capital city of Kenya. The only city in the world which neighbors a national game protection area. The Park borders the traditional South Kapiti plains and kitengela migration corridor and attracts a range of exciting game. It harbors different species of animals which include, Lions, Cheetahs, Buffaloes, Zebras, Giraffes among others.                                                            


Take a drive towards the Ngong Hills at the foot of Masai Land and visit the Karen Blixen Museum where Karen spent most of her life. Continue with the Safari and visit the Giraffe Centre where you will have a chance of seeing and feeding the famous Rothschild Giraffe, followed by afternoon tea. This museum was originally the home of Karen Blixen, who came to Kenya from Denmark in the early part of this century; the present museum site is at the heart of the larger coffee plantation run by Blixen between 1914 and 1931.The house and surrounding land was donated by the Danish government to Kenya at independence; the house was restored by the Danish government and was used during the filming of Out of Africa, which immortalized Karen Blixen's book by the same name. The Museum was opened to the public in 1986. Much of the original furniture is on display in the house, and combined with the beautifully landscaped gardens and encompassing view of the Ngong Hills, the Museum has continued to be very popular destination for international and local visitors .The original kitchen has been restored and is now open for viewing. A Dove Stove similar to the one used by Blixen is on display, as are other period kitchen utensils. Reconstruction of the coffee factory as an additional attraction is underway and other early farm machinery is also on display, depicting the early settler life in Kenya.                                                  


Set in 15 acres of indigenous forest the Langata Giraffe Centre is located about 20km out of the city centre. The centre is for Endangered Wildlife and it houses a number of Rothschild's giraffes. There is information about them on display and it is designed to be interesting to children. You can watch and feed them from a raised wooden structure. The centre is also an excellent spot for bird watching. This was in a bid to save the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, which had lost its natural habitat in Western Kenya to agriculture. Indigenous Forest The indigenous forest is a remnant of the natural forest that once surrounded Nairobi. It comprises of over 100 acres of dry upland forest that is part of the larger ecosystem that originally comprised of the current Ngong Forest and Ololua Forest hence all these have similar vegetation species.


Kenya has a variety of tribes (over forty) with different cultures. You have an opportunity to watch displays of traditional dancing which depict events in the lives of different tribes. Explore most of Kenya's cultures at the Bomas (village) of Kenya. At Bomas of Kenya, currently we have (11) traditional villages representing the lifestyle of ethnic groups such as Kikuyu, Kalenjin, Luhya, Taita, Embu, Maasai, Kamba, Kisii, Kuria, Mijikenda and Luo. Patrons take a leisurely guided tour of the villages for an insight into the rich diversity of cultures of the people of Kenya. "BOMAS" Meaning Homestead and each representing one of Kenya’s major ethnic group is built to the original traditional Architecture of an African Home as built by the ancestors. Here visitors are able to see & experience the rural Kenyan life and social settings.


This orphanage is situated in the Nairobi National park and is home to orphaned baby elephants who have lost their mothers to poaching or other tragedy. One can foster a baby elephant. Feeding is at 11.00 o'clock. Imagine walking around with 10 or so elephant calves! Daphne and her dedicated staff raise them to be released back into the wild when they are ready.

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