- Social and Recreational Parks and Gardens
Uhuru Gardens, The Nairobi Arboretum, the McMillan Memorial Library. Prof Murumbi Peace and Memorial Centre.
- National Parks
Nairobi National Park.
- Animal Reserves
The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Safari Walk and Animal Orphanage.
- Geographical View Points
An aerial view of Nairobi (from an aeroplane or parachute) gives a magnificent view of the enchantment land and city of Africa.
- Lakes, Rivers and Forests
The Nairobi River, the Karura Forest in Nairobi.
- National Museums
Nairobi National Museum, the Karen Blixen Museum.
- Hotels, Restaurants, Lodges and Resorts in Nairobi
Angaza Guest House, Hilton Hotel, Inter-Continental Hotel, 680-Six Eighty Hotel, Sarova Stanley Hotel, Holiday Inn Hotel, Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club, The
Panari Hotel, Sarova Panafric Hotel, Norfolk Hotel, Serena Hotel, The Laico Regency, Villa Rosa Kempinski.
Nairobi City has had very many investors from within the country and from abroad who have ventured a lot in the hotel and catering business. There are
very many hotel, resort and conference facilities in Nairobi ranging from five star hotel facilities and unmatched accommodation facilities. Please use the
link above in order to view the unmatched number of hotels and resorts in Nairobi.
You can also book a hotel in Nairobi from here.
- Monuments in Nairobi
Various statutes of freedom fighters along Kimathi Street and Tom Mboya Street in Nairobi.
- Animal Conservancies
Nairobi Giraffe Centre, The Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage.
- Ruins and Historical Sites
Kenya National Archives in Nairobi.
- Tourist and Public Services
The city has 24-hour operational Nakumatt shopping malls; these are complete with movie/cinema theatres, food courts, health and beauty spas, communication
centres and children recreational spots. Monetary institutions (banks) available in Nairobi City and across the residential estates and trading centres,
learning institutions and medical facilities are available. Nairobi County has among the leading medical facilities in the country like the Kenyatta
National Hospital, the MP Shah Hospital, Nairobi Women's Hospital amongst many others. The county serves as the headquarters of various security agencies and the security arm
of the national (central) government; hence police stations are located in many parts of the county. Curio shops and beauty shops are located at
the city and various tourist attraction sites, at which tourists can buy artifacts, ornaments and jewellery.
Nairobi has a good road network that connects all the estates within the city and the neighbouring towns and counties. The Thika Superhighway
(an only one of its kind in East and Central Africa) has eased traffic flow to all parts that are on the eastern side of Kenya. Nairobi has also
seen the construction of the southern and eastern bypasses which have reduced traffic congestion in the central business district. The Jomo Kenyatta
International Airport and the Wilson Airport have greatly influenced tourism in the county by easing landing and taking off of major flights.
Nairobi also has a rail network; which serves various estates in the eastern side of the county. Nairobi lies on the middle of the Mombasa-Kampala
railway network. Petroleum products from Mombasa reach Nairobi via pipeline network before being distributed to other parts of the country.
The dry port at Nairobi's Embakasi estate has also been used to relieve storage at the port of Mombasa after refining.