The cosmopolitan city of Nairobi is included in the list of the best tourist destinations for 2019, which is the heart of Kenya, a forest of picturesque contrasts with wonderful natural beauty and vibrant cultural heritage in all its corners.
It is a gigantic crucible in which locals, tourists and expats fuse simply trying to find their way in this contemporary concrete jungle.

Most of the city’s attractions focus on wildlife that shine along the banks of the Nairobi River, along with an exciting array of diverse museums, rising in the city center cylindrical towers that are the commercial and economic center, while located near the National Museum of Nairobi devoted to Kenyan art which tells the story of the human The Neanderthal, while the Karen Blixen Museum is housed in the home of the author of Outside Africa whose walls have been turned into stands to display the country’s authentic art.

A few miles away, you can visit the beads workshop where more than 340 women work in jewelry, colored porcelain and traditional bead hoops, while the “Bomas of Kenya” cultural center provides a glimpse into the ethnic groups in Kenya and the different huts they inhabited, and draws a beautiful painting of life Ancient tribal, artistic products and tribal crafts are also sold at the Masai roaming market.

The Nairobi National Park is located in the southern suburbs of the city and extends over an area of ​​117 square kilometers, and is characterized by rich wildlife and has earned the nickname “Kifaru Ark” for being the best refuge for the rhinoceros where there is a herd consisting of 50 rhinoceros which is the largest in the world, in addition to African lions, hyenas and leopards Deer, zebras, giraffes, ostriches and many more. About 400 species of rare birds live in the park’s wetlands.

The Giraffes Center maintains a rare species of endangered Rochlid giraffes that visitors can approach and feed from inside a huge wooden structure, and the center contains about 300 such crawlers. While David Sheldrick Wildlife Sanctuary occupies part of the Nairobi Park and is the home of orphaned black elephants that are reared and trained to be able to live in the wild, it is one of the most popular places in Nairobi.
Nairobi is experiencing mild and comfortable weather all year round with cold nights and warm days, and visitors will find that temperatures are usually at the highest levels from December to March and the animals are at their lowest activity so we find that wildlife and safari lovers go between July and October, and it is advised to avoid Rainy and humid months in April and May.

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