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Accomodation near Lake Nakuru National park

Lake Nakuru National park which is located about 140 kilometers north west of Nairobi covers an area of about 188 sq kms, it has over 50 mammal and over 400 bird species.

The greatest attraction in the park is Lake Nakuru with its hundreds of thousands of flamingos. The lake which is shallow and salty was created in 1968 in an effort to protect flocks of flamingos that live along the shoes of the lake and feed on the algae.


Since the park is only 2 hours from the capital city Nairobi, it is possible make a day trip and back, however if you are looking for that peace of mind and a quiet and more wild experience there are a few places to consider.

Overlooking the lake is an accommodation facility that will offer you more than quality service, it has 67 rooms with 24 hour service, laundry and dry cleaning services, gift shop,restaurants and a bar,currency exchange, outdoor pool, baby sitting or child care plus other great facilities.

The Lodge offers a perfect location to view and take photos of the flamingos feeding along the beautiful shoes of the lake, it is set in a quiet, warm and relaxed atmosphere.There is a nice view from the upstairs rhino paddock cocktail bar overlooking the lake.


A gift shop
Conference room
photocopy services
outdoor swimming pool

A Night at Keekorok Lodge

About 280 kilometers from Nairobi lies lies the great Maasai mara, one of the seven wonders of the world, the unique game reserve which is home to thousands of creatures will leave you speechless as you drive through it, the behavior of the animals will entertain and teach you lessons of a lifetime. Within the park is an accommodation facility offering the exclusive services you will find in most major hotels and more, the Keekorok lodge. with over 45 years of service to visitors, you wont expect them to go wrong.

The Lodge has 89 double rooms, 8 superior rooms and 4 suites. other facilies and services include a gift shop, game ride,conference facilities,beauty therapy and massage,laundry,mosquito nets,telephone and fax,Tv lounge and a swimming pool.

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort Mombasa

It is set in one of the largest stretch of coastline in Mombasa and covers an area of about 22 acres of land; it is situated along Mombasa Malindi highway, it is only ten minutes drive From the city center and about 15 from the largest airport in the coast province. Next to this beach resort is the largest animal sanctuary in Mombasa, the Haller Park.
The facilities and services include 4 restaurants, 3 bars, a TV lounge, internet access, conference facilities, currency exchange facility, massage and spa treatment, a hair salon and room laundry service. Children are also not left out; there is a special swimming pool, water slides, mini playground, children buffet and special meal requests for infants.
The hotel has a total of 338 spacious and well serviced rooms with a 24 hour check out and room service, mini bar, deposit box, WLAN access, telephone, King sized or double beds, air conditioning, hair dryer and a Mini bar. For outdoor activities, there is water sports center, volleyball and beach volleyball, jet skiing, wind surfing and canoeing.
The hotels’ location and facilities makes it ideal for both business and holiday guests with its quick accessibility and a well equipped leisure resort

10 Must Visit Places in Nairobi

Welcome to East Africa's dream city,also known as the heart of east Africa. Apart from the luxurious hotels and other great modern facilities there are a lot of great places that you will find interesting, the Parks and Museums are just but part of these.
Arrange with your travel agent or a friend to get to these exciting places.

1. Maasai market

Located within Nairobi's city center, maasai market is the place to find all sots of African products like curios, African garments,paintings, jewelery, shoes and many others. if you fall in love with Africa, this is the place to visit and buy a special gift to carry home for yourself or that special someone in your life.You will need to carry cash since its an open air market and no electronic machines are available but you wont need to worry, its probably the safest open air market in Kenya if not the second.

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2. Karen Blixen museum

Have you watched the famous movie Out of Africa? then you are closer than ever to the true story, this used to be the home of the author of this great work. Karen, a Denmark national, who lived most of his life in Kenya at the foot of Ngong hills. Most of the original furniture, books and journals are still in the museum.

3. Nairobi national park

Located about 7 kilometers from the city center, the park offers a great variety of animals, the most common being the Lion,black rhino, cheetah, buffaloes, hyena,wilder beast and many others including hundreds of bird species. The park is unique as it is the only one in the world to be located close to the city center. the city's skyscrapers can be clearly seen from the park, presenting a beautiful scene of urban mixed with nature.

4. Kenyatta international conference center

Named after the former head of state and freedom fighter Jommo Kenyatta, the building is used for major international and local conferences. the main conference hall has a capacity of over 4,000
delegates. it is located in the city center opposite the parliament and between 2-5 minutes drive from major 5 star hotels. the design is very unique and visible from most parts of the city. There is also a revolving restaurant at the top where you can enjoy your meal as watch the city's skyscrapers.

5. Ngong hills
Found in the great rift valley with Maasai huts visible from a distance, you only need to bring your camera,hiking shoes and a bottle of water for your way to the top.A view of the whole city can easily be captured on top of this ridge located 30 mins away from the city center.

6. Snake Park

Adjacent to the national museum in Nairobi is this beautiful park, home to hundreds of snakes of different species, size and color. within its compound,there is also a pond that is home to African crocodiles and fish.You can also get a close look at some of the largest tortoises ever that just roam around the park and make friends to the visitors.

7. National Archives

It is located in the city center, just opposite the Hilton hotel, it holds historical documents, photos, tribal photographs,musical instruments and many other exhibits that give you complete facts about the history of the people of Kenya.

8. Girraf center

Located about 6 kilometers from the Nairobi city center, this is probably the only place to get up close and personal with the giraffes. you need to get to the park and experience just how much fun it is to feed and pet them.

9. David Sheldick Foundation

Experience the wildlife-human friendship in this home where
orphaned and wounded animals are taken care of before being released into the wild. it is run by a charitable organization started by a famous naturalist David sheldick.

10.African Heritage House

Located at carnivore just a few minutes drives from the city center is this great shopping complex rich in African traditional goods, from textiles to jewelery, purely made by hands from all over Africa.


Garissa is a town in north eastern side of the country, it is the capital of the Garissa district and has a population of about 150,000. it is manly a semi desert area with major economic activity being pastoralism, however there is a lot to see around.

Majority of the inhabitants here are the Ethnic Somalis with different clans and sub-clans, who sometimes fight over grazing lands.

Garissa is sorounded by great national Parks, one of them being Kora National reserve where you can get a clear view of the hippos, elephants, cheetahs and many others.
Other Parks include the Arawale national reserve,Rahole National Reserve and south Kitui National reserver.
Some of the towns bordering Garissa include Irange to the north, Abarat and Korokora to the South.


Garissa Guest house


Mt. Longonot is a dormant volcano mountain located in the rift valley, south east of lake Naivasha. it rises to 2,776 meters above sea level. it is inside mt Longonot park which is protected by the Kenya wildlife service. the park has baboons, dik dik, baboons and other animals and different species of birds.


Machakos is an old town about 65 kilometers south east of Nairobi, with a population of about 200,000 the majority being Akamba and a few Maasai. the place is very hilly, the weather is warm and the same as nairobi, apart from dry seasons where it gets extremely hot.Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park stands out as one of the greatest places to visit in Machakos, a place to get aquainted with Huge 'Mbogo ' Buffaloes

Ol Donyo Sabuk National park
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There are probably no world class hotels around Machakos town but you will find nice 3 star hotels and lodges in and out of the town center.


Nakuru is located in the rift valley along Nairobi - Eldoret road about 50 km from Naivasha town it is the largest town in the rift valley and slightly bigger than Naivasha but smaller than Eldoret.
Nakuru is famous for flamingos which are largely found on Lake Nakuru.


Depending on the places you visit, Nakuru has a variety of hotels and lodges to accommodate you, here are a few.

Karati, Naivasha

Karati is a small shopping center located in the north of Naivasha about 15 kilometers from Naivasha town, it has about 10 shops, 3 salons, about 3 bars, a posho mill and a pyrethrum board center, 2 primary schools and 1 secondary school. about 5 kilometers away is the National youth service camp

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Kawangware is a slum in Nairobi Kenya and its located about 12 kilometers from the city center, it is estimated that about 300,000 people live here with the majority of them being poor and living in single roomed houses. apart from the dark side of kawangware there are places visit and people to meet.
Great talents are housed in kawangware, from sports to music and art.


whether you choose to stay in the city center or out, the place is easily accessible from most locations within Nairobi. the closest hotels are; Ngong Hills hotel and

Map of Kawangware


Located about 20m kilometers north of Karatina and about15 km from Nyeri town. It is a home to among the best coffee farms in the region. Some of the places of interest nearby is the great Mt. Kenya, the aberdare forest, the maumau caves and the Kenya police training college

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mtopanga is an estate inside of Bamburi estate in Mombasa, it lies in the north east of Bakarani about 12 km from the city center and borders Bamburi cement to the North. the population is just the same as bakarani and the houses are mostly modern Swahili houses.


Since Mtopanga is only about 6km from the beach, there are a variety of hotels of hotels that offer world class accommodation, one of them is the Sarova whitesands
others includes, Bamburi beach hotel

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Bakarani is located in Bamburi Mombasa it lies in the north part of the town about 10 km from the city center with a population of about 80,000. the buildings are mostly modern Swahili houses just as you would find in most parts of the coast, next to this small area is the great Bamburi cement company which lies in the north as you are heading to Malindi.
Haller park is another great place to see some of the common animals species found in the country, it is just next to Bamburi and Mtopanga

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Kenya is located in east Africa, lying along the Indian ocean to its south east, bordered by
Somalia in the north east, Ethiopia to the north, Uganda to the east, Sudan to the northwest and Tanzania to the south,


The climate is warm in most parts of the country and a little humid in the coast region, the long rain season occurs between April & May, the rainfall is sometimes heavy but not that intense to wash away houses and cars.

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