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Savage Wilderness Safaris

Savage Wilderness Safaris has been providing whitewater rafting trips in Kenya for about twenty years. They were the first company to start this activity on Kenyan rivers and now offer whitewater rafting expeditions on...

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Kenya National Archives

When you step through the Kenya National Archives entrance, you are pleasantly surprised at the exhibition that greets you at the Murumbi Gallery on the ground floor. It is not what you would expect...

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Traffic Situation

The traffic congestion on our roads in Nairobi has been horrendous for quite a few years now, with typical commute time for people going to work ranging from 1hr to 2hr for distances of...

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Information on Crime

Wouldn’t it be lovely to be able to live, work and play in this city without constantly worrying about our safety? Are we helpless like a deer dazed by oncoming headlights, unable to do anything about our crime situation? I don’t think so. There is a lot we as individuals can do to avoid exposing ourselves to crime.

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Embakasi Village Craft Market

The normal practice when shopping at a crafts market is to select your purchases from the choices on display. At Embakasi Village Craft Market, you have the choice of specifying your own design, or...

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African Heritage

The African Heritage, started in the early 1970’s by Alan Donovan, Joseph and Sheila Murumbi, has the distinction of being the first Pan African Gallery in Africa. Joseph Murumbi, Kenya’s second Vice President, and...

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Nairobi Railway Museum

Have you ever wondered how Nairobi came into existence? Why was it established at its present location? How did it look like then and at various stages in its history? The best place to...

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Nairobi Arboretum

The Nairobi Arboretum owes its existence to the construction of the Kenya Uganda Railway back at the beginning of the 20th century. What could the Nairobi Arboretum and trains have in common?… you silently wonder....