KENYA “The Cradle of Humanity”


Eight day trip to Nairobi and lake Nakuru

Visit mother nature on her own turf. Stay at the Samburu Game Reserve with its open spaces then move into the forests and stay at Mount Kenya Forest Lodge and watch the wild life from your room! Watch thousands of flamingos feed in the shallow waters of Lake Nakuru and the zebra wandering the grassy planes of the Masai Mara Reserve.


Useful Information 




What you can buy 

What you can buy – Wood and stone carvings, paintings, hand – woven fabrics, masks, drums, jewellery and ceramics. Where you can buy – safari – Lodges or city bazaars. 







Nairobi, Mombasa and Zanzibar offer a good choice of bars, restaurants and discotheques.  






The Nairobi Agricultural Show is held in the first week of October and is attended by local tribes people. Apart from this, there are celebrations during national holidays that include: Madaraka Day (1 June), which celebrates self government, Kenyatta Day (20 October) and Independence Day (12 December).


   Places of Intrest




Visitors can have a good game – viewing experience at Nairobi National Park. The National Museum has displays on wildlife Kenya history and culture whereas the Railway Museum displays historic locomotives and exhibit. Lake Magadi is rarely visited by tourists but it presents the viewer with a weird lunar experience that takes your breath away. Kakamega Forest Reserve is home to a huge variety of birds and animals and worth a visit.


   Sports and Leisure




Hotels in Mombasa and Zanzibar offer water sports including sailing, wind sur fing, scuba diving, snorkelling and deep sea fishing.


   Out and About


Just outside the city, is the famous Carnivore restaurant that serves a wide variety of meats cooked on open charcoal pits, and one of the few places in Kenya to offer game meat. 





Amiral Tours & Travel
Tel: +962-6-5858044
Fax: +962-6-5862218
P.O.Box: 661 Amman 11810 JORDAN