Luyanzi Tours

Luyanzi Tours

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We’re a Tours & Travel company catering for both local & international tourists.
We strive to get a deeper understanding of your needs then formulate tailor made trips to suit your plans.Luyanzi Tours we have your best interests at heart.

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Kenya Nairobi Area, Kenya


February 2012

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    What to see in Nairobi in 24 hours

    Nairobi has much more to offer for than the crowded and jammed streets. What makes Nairobi a must see city? It has a National Park. Which other city in Africa has a National park within its capital city? Nairobi. What to see: at the Nairobi National park you can have a game drive here, Nairobi Safari walk at the Nairobi National park where you can take a nature walk, the Giraffe center in Karen, snake park which is at the National Museums and the National Archives the best place to come and learn about Kenya's history. Where to shop: There are lots of places to shop depending on your budget and what you are looking for. There are four major shopping malls within the city which are all inclusive and they cover some of the major highways: The Galleria at Langata Road, The Junction at Ngong Road, The Mall and Sarit Center in Westlands, Westgate Shopping Mall in Westlands and Capital Center on Mombasa road. Where to eat: The best solution to all your eating problems actually in terms of finding locations is Eat Out Kenya an online eat out directory with all the major eateries in Kenya, in addition the site offers reviews about these places so you get to choose where you prefer to go. The nightlife in Nairobi is diverse and you can choose to go out at the many clubs located at the central business district or slightly outside the town to areas like Westlands, Mombasa Rd, Jogoo Rd and Langata Rd. Where to stay: From the Serena Hotel , Heritage Hotel, Safari Park, Ole Sereni, Panari Hotel and many others you have a lot to choose from depending on your budget, luxury and your preferred location. That about sums it up on a sneak peek tour of Nairobi. almost 9 years ago