Hilton hotel Nairobi is Situated in Nairobi's central business district, and boasts of luxurious accommodation a mere 5-minutes' walk from Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
Inter Continental Hotel
Intercontinental Nairobi has for years been an oasis of comfort. It is suitable for business travelers as well as those who want to experience the wonders of Africa. Location ;Standing tall next to Parliament buildings and , Kenyatta International Convention Centre this imposing hotel has all necessary amenities for your convenience. At only less than 30 min drive from Jomo Kenyatta international airport, it conveniently places you right in the nerve centre on Nairobi.
The Sarova Stanley
Sarova Stanley launched itself into Kenyan history in 1902 by becoming the first luxury hotel in Nairobi and the gracious host of prominent world leaders, renowned authors, and international celebrities. These early years depicted the dawn of a new era, and Sarova Stanley immediately distinguished itself as a beacon of luxury and unrivalled hospitality.
The Safari Park Hotel & Casino is a facility established in over 50 acres of beautifully manicured gardens and lawns in a pristine environment with many indigenous trees, and offering sanctuary to a startling array of birds and butterflies making it a convenient get away destination from the bustling city centre.
The Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi hotel is a beautifully done elegant holiday and business destination for travelers in Nairobi. This facility is located in a sprawling and beautifully landscaped 5 acre property nearWestlands in the city of Nairobi.
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Day TripDavid Sheldricks Elephant Orphanage
After pick up from your hotel/airport by our driver guide, you will be driven to this fascinating orphanage .This tour starts at around 11.00 oclock ending at 12.00 noon to coincide with the feeding program.
Located near the Banda gate of the Nairobi National park is the world reno wned Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage.Sheldrick is a Kenyan born conservationist who has spent the better part of her life
caring for wild animals including the orphaned baby elephants .she established the nursery in 1987 after realizing that the plight of these endangered animals had risen due to increased cases of poaching for elephant tusks exposing many vulnerable baby elephants.
Sheldrick was married to David Sheldrick, the renowned founding warden of Tsavo East National Park who died of a heart attack in 1977 . David Sheldricks record speaks loud for him, and is remembered as one of Africa’s most famous and dedicated Wardens of all time. David Sheldrick worked as a tireless Warden of Tsavo East until he transferred to head the Planning Unit for Kenya's Wildlife service headquater Nairobi later in 1976 but David died 6 months later. Daphne Sheldrick orphanage which is part of the David Sheldrick Conservation Foundation rehabilitates baby elephants and other wildlife here at her home just outside of Nairobi National Park.
She has raised baby dik-dik, buffalo, impalas, zebras, warthog, and black rhinos, among others but the elephant has a special place in her heart.She describes it as an extremely social animal having a sharp memory and are submissive before elders, with females being extremely motherly from a very tender age. It was such a daunting task raising the baby elephants as they couldnt come up with the right formula of feeds until Shortly before David's death, when they finally came up with a successful feed comprising of coconut and the normal human baby formula which sustained a three-week-old orphan named Aisha.
At David Sheldrick Elephant orphanage your tour brings you eye to eye with elephant babies,where you interact with them at specific times,during feeding process.The public viewing time is set at 11-12 am where you are encouraged to arrive early for a better view of the young elephants. There are around five keepers who will narrate for you the story of each one of the babies starting with the youngest as they run around like little babies in a playful mode with the keepers following them in an incredibly exciting fashion while bottle feeding , giving a memorable experience making it an interesting place worth to visit during your holiday here inkenya. These babies have lost their mothers to poaching, death, injuries, illness,or getting lost in the wild after wandering in the bush or other reasons and are eventually released back into the wild when they are strong and healthy. After feeding the babies with milk they are then trundled and rolled in mud pools in a healthy round of play as you return to the stable area where T-shirts,cards,andDaphnespictures are sold in support of the orphanage at a small fee .They charge a small entrance fees and you may also buy a souvenir or donate for the babies upkeep or adopt a baby elephant for only 50 US dollars a year paid in cash.