Nairobi is a special city that never seems to sleep. The full town has a boundless energy, and is remarkable place where all of human life can be found. This is a location of great contrasts where tribe, race and origin all become facts of special Nairobi character.
Here are some of the best attractions of this city:
Looking for somewhere to have a casual business meeting, or just a remarkable location to shop for a bite to eat while off on your adventure? You cannot go wrong with the home of country's finest roasted coffee. Serving lunch, breakfast and dinner, Nairobi Java House is a best place to do some people watching while you have some richly deserved downtime adventures.
The museum is the former home of the highly praised Danish author of "Out of Africa", and has been kept in the right condition she left it in as a tribute to a different time in Kenya. You can even view the lantern she would leave on the terrace to let her lover, Denis Finch Hatton, know she was home.
This is the most successful elephant orphan rehabilitation and rescue program in the planet. To date, DSWT has successfully hand-reared more than 152 baby orphaned elephants, and continues to actively to work against poaching of both rhinos and elephants.
There are seven direct flights from Lagos to Nairobi.
Generally the best Lagos to Nairobi flight time is 2 months in advance. And the cheap day to fly are Wednesday, Tuesday, and Saturday. Sunday is the most costly.
Kenya Airways provides hundred of the non-stop flights between Nairobi and Lagos.
5h 15min is the average flight time Lagos to Nairobi.
There are ten flights per week flying from Lagos to Nairobi.
• Lagos, Nigeria is 2,385 miles from Nairobi.
• There are one daily flights from Lagos to Nairobi
• There are two weekly flights from Lagos to Nairobi
• Kenya Airways has the most nonstop flights between Lagos to Nairobi
• One non-stop flights are operating from Lagos to Nairobi.
• Every week, at least 447 local flights and 1,635 worldwide flights depart from Jomo Kenyatta Intl Airport.