About This Tour
We pick you up at your accommodation at 1000hrs and proceed to Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage.
The Sheldrick Orphanage is located inside Nairobi National Park and is known for rescue and rehabilitation of orphaned baby elephants until they are old enough to be released to the wild. Here you will get up close and witness elephants’ scenes like never before and maybe see some of the biggest baby bottles you have ever seen that are used to feed the baby elephants.
The tour and feeding of the baby elephants usually happen strictly between 1100hrs and 1200hrs. During these hours, the elephants converge for milk-feed and thereafter enjoy playful encounters in the soil and have a full mud bath. During the visit, you get to understand rescue stories of each of the baby elephants narrated their keepers.
After the Sheldrick Orhanage visit, we proceed to the Bomas of Kenya where you will have a cultural tour of Kenya’s ethnic tribes. The word ‘Boma’ is means homesteads and here you will find traditional villages replicas making the experience authentic and gives you a feel of visiting any remote village in Kenya. You will get extensive insights into the crafts, music, societal structure, dancing and more information relating to Kenya’s ethnic tribes. There are daily cultural performances by different ethnic tribes such as the Samburu and the Maasai. On your way to the Bomas of Kenya you might also spot wildlife along the way such as wild hogs.
Bomas of Kenya
At the Bomas of Kenya you can enjoy sumptuous meal at the Utamaduni restaurant which offer diverse meals including traditional meals from different ethnic tribes paid from own pocket. You could enjoy meals such nyama choma, ugali, and mukimo which are common local cuisines.
Thereafter, we pass by Kazuri Beads where you will find amazing hand-made jewelry mostly made by single mothers through a rigorous crafty process. You get to acquire souvenirs which you can take back home.
Pricing: From $120 per person sharing for full day game drive
Minimum of 2 pax