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  • Activities Available

    Convent International Guesthouse recreation activities in and surrounding Nairobi include: 

    Day trip Excursions

    • Game drives in the Nairobi National Park
    • Some fun activities and places to visit within 35 minutes of the guesthouse include Jaffery Sports Club, Lavington green and Lavington curve Malls, Nairobi National Park, the only National Park in a City, Nairobi National Musuem, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Giraffe Center, Nairobi Safari Walk and the Karen Blixen Museum.
    • GP carting at the Carnivore
    • Bomas of Kenya


    • Lake Naivasha Hells Gate Natioanl park and mount longonot
    • Thika  Fourteen falls and Mount Kilimambogo
    • The Magic hill in Machakos  - (Kyamwilu area)
    • Nairobi National Park Half Day Tour - Explore the abundance of wildlife on the doorsteps of Nairobi city

    Places of Attraction

    • Nairobi National Museum -The visitors get a chance to learn about Kenya’s history, palaeontology, art & culture
    • David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust & Elephant Orphanage Tour - Learn about the care for orphaned elephants
    • Karen Blixen Museum & Giraffe Centre Tour - A giraffe breeding and conservation program and learn about one of the rarest breeds, the endangered Rothschild’s giraffe.
    • Bomas of Kenya - An exhibition of Kenya’s diverse cultures
    • Mamba village - A park is home to lots of ostriches and over 70 Nile crocodiles.
    • Kazuri bead factory and pottery centre - A good place to get a souvenir from local crafts men and women.
    • Lake Naivasha - An hours drive from Nairoi, It is spectacular for boat rides, and game viewing
    • Machakos town 60km  - The magic hill attraction is the area that doesn’t obey the Isaac newton law of gravity . and  the Akamba wood carvers in wamunyu.
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