Here Is How Much You Will Pay At These Top Nairobi Tourist Attractions


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In the spirit of promoting local tourism, this article is aimed at shining a light at the prices that you will have to part with to gain entry into these tourist attractions around Nairobi:

Nairobi National Park

 

wide angle picture showing a giraffe in the Nairobi National Park and Nairobi CBD in the background

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Standing only 7 kilometres from Nairobi’s CBD; this tourist site makes Nairobi the only city with a national park in it.

To gain entry, here is how much you will have to part with:

Citizens:

Adults Ksh. 430

Child Ksh.215

Resident:

  Adult: Ksh. 1030

Child: Ksh. 515

Non Resident:

Adult: USD 43 (Ksh. 4328)

Child: USD 22 (Ksh. 2215)

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

 

An elephant calf being bootle fed at the David Sheldrick Conservancy

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This is a conservatory organization that seeks to preserve and protect wildlife especially elephants and rhinos. Visiting timings are between 11 am and 12 pm daily ( 1 hour). The orphanage lies on the outskirts of Nairobi city, off Langata road, it is advisable to allow for enough time to get here due to traffic jam in the area.

Entry Fee is USD 5 per person [adult or child] or approximately Ksh 500.

Giraffe Centre

 

A tourist feeding pellets to a giraffe at the giraffe centre

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This giraffe sanctuary is located on Nyumbi Road, off Duma Road in Nairobi’s Lang’ata suburb. The sanctuary is open from 9 AM to 5 PM, seven days a week.

Entry Fee:

Kshs. 400 for resident adults.

Kshs. 1,500 for tourists.

Our feeding times (9 AM to 5 PM).

 

Karen Blixen Museum

A photo of the Karen Blixen Museum

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Karen Blixen Museum was once the centrepiece of a farm at the foot of the Ngong Hills owned by Danish Author Karen and her Swedish Husband, Baron Bror von Blixen Fincke. The residence has since been converted into a museum.

Entry Fees:
Citizens:

Adults Ksh. 200

Child Ksh. 100

Resident:

  Adult: Ksh. 600

Child: Ksh. 400

Non Resident:

Adult: 1200

Child: 600

 

Nairobi National Museum

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The Nairobi National Museum is the flagship brand for the National Museums of Kenya. Located on Museum Hill, the museum showcases Kenya’s rich heritage.

Entry Fee

Citizens: Adults Ksh. 200

Child Ksh. 100

Resident:

  Adult: Ksh. 600

Child: Ksh. 400

Non Resident:

Adult: 1200

Child: 600

 

Ngong Hills

A wide angle photo of the windmills on Ngong hills

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The Ngong Hills are peaks in a ridge along the Great Rift Valley, located southwest near Nairobi, in southern Kenya. The hills have been used to harness wind energy using windmills. These windmills have become an iconic sight that makes up Nairobi’s skyline.

The entry fee at this tourist attraction is Ksh 200 per person paid to Kenya Forest Service at their office opposite the Ngong Police Station, or at the KFS barrier on the trail.

Feature Image Courtesy: victormatara.com

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