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Nairobi Park/Rescued Elephants trust/Giraffe centre/Karen Blixen/Bomas of Kenya

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USD 40.00
2 travellers
What to Expect
On this day at 6.a.m our driver/guide will pick you from the hotel/airport/residence and you proceed to the Nairobi national park.Upon payment of the entry fees using your credit card (usd 43 per person) your game drive begins in search of the wild animals this park has to offer.The game drive runs up to around 10.10.a.m.You exit and proceed to home of the baby elephants,the David sheldriek wildlife trust.This attraction site is open everyday and only between 11.a.m to 12 noon.At the elephant orphanage you will see the baby elephants coming in different groups and listen to the guide/narrator as he tells the history of each baby elephant as you enjoy watching these babies drink their formulae.Thereafter proceed to giraffe centre where you will have seen and learnt about the three types of giraffes.You may have lunch at the Bush Garden restaurant/Utamaduni then proceed to the Karen Blixen Museum.This is a farm house which gained international fame with the release of the movie ‘Out of Africa’ an Oscar winning film based on Karen’s an autobiography by the same title.The Museum is open to the Public every day from 9:30 am to 6:00pm including weekends and public holidays. Guided tours are available at all times. A museum shop offers handicrafts, posters and postcards, the Movie ‘Out of Africa’,
The day culminates with a visit to the Bomas of Kenya.This is a cultural center situated around 10 kilometers from Nairobi city, right near the main entrance to Nairobi National Park. Through art, crafts, music, dance, and architecture, it serves to preserve Kenyan culture, with artists performing traditional dances and songs from the country's major ethnic groups. The center features replicas of traditional villages, which were built according to the same principles and techniques used by local tribes. The site is also home to one of the largest auditoriums in Africa, seating 3500 people. It is here that you can watch a selection of more than 30 traditional dances from the different ethnic groups in Kenya, including impressive performances from the Samburu and Masai warriors and acrobatics.
Then proceed for drop off to your respective hotel/airport.
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