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The capital and largest city of Kenya, Nairobi is the safari capital of the world. The legendary destination offers plethora of attractions to keep visitors and business folks satisfied. Nairobi National Park, at the outskirts, is a happy hunting ground abounding Zebra, Buffalo, Giraffe, Hippo, Lion, Wildebeest, Cheetah, and much more. Nearby is the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage is a renowned public institution that cares elephant calves and rhinos from all over the nation. Giraffe Centre is another spectacular attraction that wins the heart with huge number of giraffe. Then there is Nairobi National Museum that enlightens one with Kenya's history, culture, palaeontology and art.
Serving the nation's capital city and major parts of East Africa, Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the largest airport in Kenya. It is located 10 miles to the southeast of central Nairobi, in the Embakasi suburb of the capital. The airport is conveniently accessible via various public transports such as taxi and bus. Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the state of the art airport boasting range of passenger0freindly amenities and services. Waiting passenger and business travellers taking flights to Nairobi can take advantage of ATMs, banking facilities, currency exchange services, restaurant, good number of shops and duty-free area.
Nairobi enjoys superb connectivity to major destinations across the globe including United Kingdom. Hordes of airlines based in Africa, Europe and even Middle East run scheduled flights to Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Britons have number of choices when it comes to flying from UK's prominent airport including London Heathrow, Manchester or Birmingham. British Airways, the flag carrier of United Kingdom makes for an apt airline for booking tickets to Nairobi to travel from any of these airports. Alternatively, one can also reserve tickets with well-known foreign carriers like Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and KLM Royal Dutch.
Boasting myriads of cheap as well as plush properties, Nairobi ticks all the right boxes of both budget travellers and leisure holidaymakers. The two most luxurious properties situated in downtown are Sarova Stanley and the Norfolk Hotel. These hotels are well-revered for its convenient location and best of services. Besides, Moktar Daddah Street, Moi Avenue and Kenyatta Avenue are the major areas that boast affordable as well as mid-range properties. Budget travellers can easily find umpteen cheap options including hostels and guest house around the junction of River Road and Latema Road. Some of the sophisticated hotels in Nairobi are Westlands, Parklands and Karen.
The best time to visit Nairobi is during the dry seasons from January to March and July to October. The months of January, February, June and September remain the most popular time for enjoying safari and pleasant weather. It is a peak season with heavy crowds and high demand for accommodations and tickets aboard flights. Therefore, travelers are advised to book well in advance. Off-season, on the other hand, runs from March to May. It is a wet season when the metropolis is quieter. What is more, the time is ideal for making hay of cheap deals on flights and accommodations
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