NAIROBI

Nairobi is the biggest city in East Africa, a thrilling business and nightlife hub and also home of a safari park and an elephant orphanage.

Coastal flies daily from Nairobi JK to Serengeti.
Timetable
From
To
Dep
Arr
Nairobi (Wilson)
Serengeti*
12:40
16:00
Nairobi (JKIA)
Serengeti*
07:00
09:25
Nairobi (JKIA)
Manyara
07:00
11:25
Manyara
Nairobi (JKIA)
13:40
17:30
Serengeti*
Nairobi (JKIA)
15:10
17:30
Serengeti*
Nairobi (Wilson)
10:45
14:50
*times change according to the airstrip

Airstrips:

Nairobi JKIA (NBO) , Nairobi Wilson (WIL)

Highlights to explore
Nairobi is in many ways both a charming and peculiar city, all wrapped in one. In addition to its urban core, the city has Nairobi National Park, a large game reserve known for breeding endangered black rhinos and home to giraffes, zebras and lions. Next to it, the famous and well-regarded elephant orphanage operated by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Nairobi is also often used as a jumping-off point for safari trips elsewhere in Kenya.
Travel info
Travel Info
1. For fresh food and great prices in Nairobi visit the open-air markets around the city. The market is Kenya’s largest flea market situated a short matatu ride from the city centre. It offers affordable second-hand clothing, furniture, accessories, books, hardware, fresh produce and processed materials.

2. A matatu (public minibuses/commuter buses) is typically used for traveling between downtown Nairobi and the suburbs. They are the most common form of public transport and provide a cheap way of getting around Nairobi.

3. Nairobi has a vibrant and growing social scene catering for a wide variety of clientele.The city has seen a rise in the number of new entertainment spots popping up in different parts of the city as a growing middle class feeds the demand for entertainment. The most popular are open all week but are most active on Friday’s and Saturday’s when Nairobians seek to get a break from the busy week.