If you have a day or two to sightsee in Nairobi, this is an absolute must! This educational centre allows tourists and school groups to see these lovely long legged creatures up close and personal ...more »
Watching baby elephants feeding and playing at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's Elephant Orphanage is something not to be missed. The baby elephants trot along with floppy trunks and flappy ears ...more »
The Center of Creativity Services offers training, mentoring, coaching and other forms of personal management to enrich people's lives today and tomorrow. ...more »
The Poa Place Resort is located in Eldoret in western Kenya and offers a host of entertainments, eateries and accommodation to local people and visitors to the area. ...more »
Choose a half day or a full day Nairobi City Tour as follows: ...more »
Have you ever fed a crested crane, had a monkey sit on your shoulder or seen a horse crossed with a zebra? Well if you haven't - you need to visit the extraordinary Animal Orphanage, ...more »
Located in the leafy residential area of Thigiri Ridge, the stables are home to about 10 horses and ponies; many being rescue ponies or ex-polo horses. ...more »
Karen Riding School is a well resourced and professionally managed riding school based in Marula Lane in Karen. It welcomes complete beginners (1year upwards!) to more experienced competition riders. ...more »
This is a fun day out for anyone over the age of about 9 years. The tour departs from Nairobi at around 8am where you drive to a campsite at Sagana (this takes just over 2 hours). ...more »
A great place to rescue an abandoned puppy or kitten. The KSPCA also offer children a chance to safely "pat" or stroke a pet including kittens, puppies, guinea pigs, rabbits or whatever is currently ...more »
Kenya has lots to offer families, so if you’re not sure what’s available, there’s plenty to choose from. This section provides information on a range of family-friendly activities - so all you need to do is decide what your kids would like to do.
From feeding giraffes to go-karting, rescuing turtles and more, Kenya offers a great range of activities for families of all ages. There are so many great things to do in this tropical paradise, which will keep the whole family entertained. From watersports to cultural visits, take a look at what’s on offer for a family fun holiday here in Kenya.
Latin Nite is a night of entertaining music by Danger & Friends featuring Victor Muli. Of course,... more »
Kids Festival is a fun place for kids with all sorts of activities to keep them busy and engaged.... more »
This Launch party will feature Sarabi, Yellow light Machine, House music from Fambula and Kenya... more »
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