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Nairobi is the capital and largest city in Kenya. It has about 3 million inhabitants, 4 million if you add the total metropolitan area, making it the fourth largest city in Africa. It is just over 100 years old and became the capital in 1905, before which Mombasa hold this title.

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Wildebeest Camp

Wildebeest Camp

On my past visits to Nairobi my colleagues insisted on staying in one of the 'Big Name' hotels which I found to be soul-less with good service but not exactly what you might call homely.... And then I found the Wildebeest Camp. ... more


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    Hi, Im going to kenya and uganda to trek and visit mountain gorillas etc... before and after the tour i have a free day in nairobi. is the nairobi national park worth a visit? can anyone suggest another day trip that might be interesting? i don't really want to stay in the city for both days ...

  • Kenya - Nairobi
    Hey, I just have a few questions on Kenya. We will arrive in Nairobi before heading to Western Kenya near the Ugandan border. -Is there anywhere in Nairobi to buy anti - malarial tablets? -Any suggestions on how to spend a few days in Nairobi-excursions maybe? -any advice on accomodation in Nairobi ...

  • Nairobi-Mombasa
    Has anyone taken the train from Nairobi to Mombasa and is it safe for a lone female traveller? Any advice much appreciated! ...

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    10th – 11th January 2007 Wednesday 10th We arrived in Nairobi at the Upper hill Campsite at 01 ...
    Posted in Manic Mission Africa by ManicDave

  • Nairobi
    I usually don't like this wikipedia tool but at least you can get some general info on Nairobi looking at the following links: (En Français) (En Anglais) Stay happy! ...
    Posted in Mélanie's Blog by Cibulle

  • Nairobi
    Bonjour tout le monde. Je vous invite au Kenya avec moi et vous ne serez pas déçus, croyez-moi sur parole ! Voici une vue prise de mon balcon au Safari Park Lodge. Les jacarandas sont en fleurs au mois d'octobre et la température est idéale pour se promener. Un petit coin de paradis à Nairobi ...
    Posted in Kenya by roynovembre

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Wildebeest Camp

151 Mokoyeti Road West Langata (Map) - Campsite
had an awsome stay such a lovely place there although we had an issue withthe shower flooding we enjoyed our stay
Hartebeest Camp & Guest House

Hartebeest Camp & Guest House

Kibera Road (Map) - Campsite
Mkenya Camp

Mkenya Camp

Ngong road Oloolua Ridge Kephis Road (Map) - Campsite