NAIROBI CITY WALK
Starts: Sunday, 17 January, 2016 05:00am
Ends: Sunday, 17 January, 2016 08:00am
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Nairobi is Kenya’s bustling capital city, often used as a jumping-off point for safari trips. In addition to its urban core, the city has Nairobi National Park, a large game reserve known for breeding endangered black rhinos and home to giraffes, zebras and lions. Next to it is a well-regarded elephant orphanage operated by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Here is an opportunity for us to learn more of the city that we have assumed for long yet it’s a historical book bearing events and happenings that have shaped the city we know today.
Projected sites to visits will include Westminister house that served as the lodging for colonial administrators, Torr Hotel the first house to be installed with an elevator in Nairobi, The LegCo that was used once in the proceedings of partitioning of Kenyan highlands among others.
Citizen and Residents - Ksh 1,600/=
Non–Resident – Ksh 2,600
*Transfer from Nairobi Museum to Uhuru Park
*Entrance fees to sites: Railway museum, Kenya Archives, Nairobi Gallery and Nairobi museum.
What to carry:
• Identification card /Passport gate entrance.
• Pocket money
• Snacks and drinks
• Comfortable clothing and shoes
• Lastly, do not forget to carry with you, an adventurous spirit!!!....
BOOKING: Deposit fee is 50% of the Total Amount to be paid before 14th January 2016.
PAYMENTS OPTIONS: You can either make your way to our offices at the 680 Hotel 4th Floor, Room 426,or send through our Mpesa line +254700182378
Brenda Wangui Mokuha
For more information:
CONTACTS:+254 700 182 378,+254 731 234 529
WHATSAPP; +254 725 418 064 or +254 726 703 854
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OFFICES: Six Eighty Hotel - 4th floor Room 426, Junction of Kenyatta Avenue Street.