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Parks & Natur in Nairobi

Park
“Get to see the wild animals, like lions, elephants, buffalo's and other wild animals”
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Zoo
“Great place to see and interact with Twiga (giraffes). You get to feed these tall, gentle giants with the most beautiful eyes you will ever see.”
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Park
“This is the only indigenious Forest in the city. Nature at your doorstep for quiet walks, morning jogs, bike riding or just coffee at their new restaurant!”
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Park
“Arboretum in Nairobi was founded in the early 20th century in a bid to save indigenous trees from the demand of fuel by the Uganda Railway. These new trees that were being tried out for forestry were gazetted as a national reserve in 1932 hence becoming an arboretum "a living collection of trees". The Arboretum has over 300 species of trees that are home to hundreds of birds, insects and small mammals in 30 hectares of land.”
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Park
“ 11am-12pm ONLY! Get there early to get a good spot (best is to head to the left as you walk in), sponsor an orphan for $50 and you can put them to bed! ”
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Park
“10 minutes drive or 30 minutes walk from our location. Set in an amazing forest right where the Institute of Primate Research is based. Stunning views.”
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Park
“Uhuru Park is a recreational ground set up adjacent Nairobi's CBD. The park features several monuments and an artificial lake making it a perfcet hangout joint for families. Visit Uhuru Park with your family and enjoy boat rides in the artificial lake. You can also get in touch with the Kenyan historical side by looking at the meanings of the several monuments set up in the area. Fun activites for kids include skating and facepainting.”
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Park
“Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, the heart of David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, has attracted global attention in its efforts to rescue and rehabilitate elephants and rhinos. To date, more than 150 elephants have been raised by the trust in the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and reintroduced in the wild herds. Mingle with young elephants and rhinos at the orphanage in Nairobi. Learn about these animals, see where they sleep and watch their keepers play with them. This wildlife sanctuary is located within the Nairobi National Park.”
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Park
“Small zoo featuring a wide range of snakes, crocodiles & tortoises in glass & open-air enclosures. It's located at Museum Hill Centre, Muthithi Rd, Nairobi. ”
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Park
“A rare and a must do....a unique park with lions, rhinos, buffalos, leopards, cheetas, antelops, elands and many other animals. ”
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Park
“The Karura Forest Reserve is an urban upland forest on the outskirts of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. This remarkable geographical location and natural resource is one of the largest gazetted forests in the world fully within a city limits. It covers an area of about 1,000 ha (2,500 ac) and today is a shining example of how country-based corporate social responsibility and individual philanthropy can serve to secure and protect a country's natural resources. The forest offers eco-friendly opportunities for Kenyans and visitors to enjoy a leafy green respite from the hustle and bustle of the city to walk, to jog, or simply to sit quietly and experience the serenity of nature in all its diversity.”
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Park
“Contains a bit of the Kenyan independence history; and burial ground for some of Kenya's Mashujaa (heroes/ heroines)”
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Pool
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Malerischer Ausblick
“You can reach Silole Sanctuary from the Kampi ya Karin on foot (30 minutes) via the Kitengela Glass hanging bridge over a spectacular gorge”
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Park
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