The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is located in the Nairobi National Park. It serves as a treatment and rehabilitation center for wild animals. The Orphanage hosts lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards, various monkeys, baboons, and buffalo. Various birds can also be viewed including parrots, guinea fowls, crowned cranes, and ostriches.
Tanzaniaˌ officially the United Republic of Tanzania (Swahili: Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania), is a country in Eastern Africa within the African Great Lakes region. Parts of the country are in Southern Africa. It is bordered by Kenya and Uganda to the north; Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west; Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique to the south; and by the Indian Ocean to the east. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, is in northeastern Tanzania.
Fly-in safaris are recommended where time is a factor or where clients are interested in spending as much time as possible viewing game rather than on the roads. Many national parks in Kenya are located 4-5 hours away by road from Nairobi. Increasingly many holiday visitors are opting to fly into the national parks to maximize their game viewing exposure.
Kenya's Coastal belt stretches nearly five hundred kilometers from the Tanzania border to the south, to Kiwayu on the Somali border to the north. Stretching for the whole of its length Kenya's beaches are protected by a coral reef within which are lagoons in which thrive the most fascinating and exotic marine life.
Lake Nakuru is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes at an elevation of 1754 m above sea level. It lies to the south of Nakuru, in the rift valley of Kenya, and is protected by Lake Nakuru National Park. The lake's abundance of algae used to attract a vast quantity of flamingos that famously lined the shore. Other birds also flourish in the area, as do warthogs, baboons, and other large mammals. Eastern black rhinos and southern white rhinos have also been introduced.
Masai Mara Game Reserve is Kenya's most spectacular of all Kenyan parks and reserves, and here you have the best opportunity of spotting the Big Five - lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, and elephant. The Reserve covers an area of 700 square miles and forms part of the Serengeti ecosystem and hence hosts the world-famous spectacle of the annual migration of up to two million wildebeest, thousands of zebra, and an escort of carnivores from the Serengeti plains, following the rains and succulent new grass. April is NOT migration month but still, visitors will be able to see a large variety of wildlife in their natural habitat which is what Maasai Mara is famous for.
Nairobi National Museum is a one-stop exhibition centre showcasing Kenya’s rich history and colourful cultures and traditions of the various communities that make up our Nation. Exhibits go back to prehistoric times, then span the centuries to our colonial past, through the struggle for independence and beyond to contemporary Kenya. A favourite place for both locals and tourists, adults and children alike, the Museum also offers within its grounds, the famous Snake Park, Botanical Gardens and Nature Trail.