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Monday, November 14, 2016

Nairobi Day Trips: Elephant Orphanage Tour With Wild Animals At Close Quarters Safarilinks Africa Limited

Can you imagine touching an elephant? With your hands?? Wow! Is that really possible? 

Actually it is and happening now even as you read this. At the world famous Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage.

Day Tour from Nairobi-David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center

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HOTLINE: +254 710 880 624

Day Tour from Nairobi-David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center

This is a one day tour offering you the chance to discover Nairobi’s beauty and history within a short time. This tour includes a visit to the famous Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, the Bomas of Kenya and Nairobi city, Nairobi national park, the Giraffe center, and the Karen Blixen museum. Highlights Close encounter with wildlife Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city Enjoy fantastic aerial views What You Can Expect Best Of Nairobi Day Tour Enjoy an unique experience in Nairobi

7am- 10am – Nairobi Park Tour – Enjoy wildlife game viewing at Nairobi National park with close luck of lions and rhino among other animals

11am-12pm: Visit the David Sheldrick Elephant orphanage, where young orphaned elephants are brought after being rescued and fed till they are mature to be released to the wild.

12pm-1pm: Visit the Giraffe Centre where you feed the friendly Rothchilds Giraffe. They accept a kiss as they pick their food from your palms! Stop over at some shopping areas enroute.

1pm-2pm: Take a quick break for lunch at the Utamaduni – Verandah restaurant (paid direct as per your choice of menu. Enjoy some free time for shopping around.

2pm-3pm: Visit the Karen Blixen museum, the house in the movie out of Africa.Visit the kazuri beads enroute.

3pm-4pm: Visit Bomas Of Kenya – Nairobi Tribal Toura Place named a tourist village in Langata, Nairobi. Bomas (homesteads) displays traditional villages belonging to the several Kenyan tribes.enjoy local tradition dances and acrobats and clients join as well in celebration local culture !
4:30pm: drop to airport for your onward flight or your hotel for a deserved rest.
Children must be accompanied by an adult

Call +254 0710 880 624 for a quote.

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Safarilinks Africa Limited
Greenspan Mall, Nairobi Kenya
P.O BOX 1740-00100 Nairobi Kenya

Phone: +254 710 880 624
Phone: +254 733 130 611

Whatsapp: +254 720 885 545 

All their tours are tailor made to suit their client’s needs, so should you require any changes or inclusions please let them know.

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Anonymous said...

Now that's cool. I want to touch an elephant at the Nairobi Elephant Orphanage in the heart of Africa.

Anonymous said...

Why is it that so many Nairobians don't know about this? Nairobi orphanage all the time and yet the elephant orphanage is so close by??

Anonymous said...

Perfect idea for the Kids this Christmas. Can somebody please give me directions on how to reach the place?

Anonymous said...

Elephant orphanage tour on a Nairobi day trip has to be the ultimate experience in wild Africa. Beats driving on dirt roads that have holes everywhere and then trying to squint past the dirt hoping that you will get a glimpse of some wild animal in the shrubs.

Chris said...

Have just come across these amazing, jaw dropping facts about Elephants (especially the last one);

• Elephants have the longest pregnancy of all the animals. It takes a female 22 months from conception to give birth.

• Elephants purr like cats do, as a means of communication.

• Elephants prefer one tusk over the other, just as people are either left or right-handed.

• Tusks are an elephant’s incisor teeth. They are used for defense, digging for water, and lifting things.

• Elephants have four molars, one on the top and one on the bottom on both sides of the mouth. One molar can weigh about five pounds and is the size of a brick!

• The elephant trunk has more than 40,000 muscles in it.

• Elephants waive their trunks up in the air and from side to side to smell better.

• The elephant’s trunk is able to sense the size, shape and temperature of an object. An elephant uses its trunk to lift food and suck up water then pour it into its mouth.

• Elephants cry, play, have incredible memories, and laugh.

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