Nairobi, Kenya biggest city and capita, still conjures all the adventure and romance of its colorful colonial days. The city evolved from a humble camp for railway workers in 1899 to the British East Africa capital by 1907. Today's, Nairobi rich history and tribal culture is brought to life in its remarkable museums. Here are some of the best attractions of Nairobi:
Kenya's first national park is a haven for wildlife. The park is also a rhino sanctuary, which saves more than fifty of these critically endangered creatures. In addition to the rhinos, you can view buffaloes, gazelles, cheetahs, warthogs, ostriches, giraffes, and more than four-hundred species of birds have been recorded in the wetlands.
At the Giraffe Center, on the edge of National Park of Nairobi, visitors can come face to face with endangered Rothschild giraffes. This non-profit center place on the grounds of the plush guesthouse, Giraffe Manor, and its big mission is to provide conservation education for kids.
The National Museum in Nairobi is a education center. The museum displays big range of natural and cultural history and natural history exhibits including more than nine-hundred stuffed birds and mammals, ethnic displays from different Kenyan tribal groups, fossils from Lake Turkana, and exhibits of local art.
The cheap day to fly from Accra to Nairobi is on Wednesday. So, if you want to keep a little cash on your next business tour look for Nairobi flights from Accra.
The quickest flight from Accra to Nairobi takes around 5 hours fifty-five minutes.
The flight distance between Accra to Nairobi is 4180km.
There are one airlines that offer direct flights between Nairobi and Accra.
• The most famous airline flying from Accra to Nairobi is Ethiopian Airlines.
• There are two weekly flights from Accra, Ghana to Nairobi.
• One non-stop flights are operating from Accra to Nairobi.
• Ethihad Airways has the most nonstop cheap flights from Dubai to Nairobi.
• Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Bole is the most popular link for the one stop flights between Nairobi and Accra.