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Why Fly to Nairobi?

Though its surroundings are the domain of rare and vicious wildlife, largely untouched by man, the Kenyan capital of Nairobi is as modern as any city in the United States. Many who travel to Nairobi quickly leave behind the clusters of skyscrapers and traffic-packed roads to embark on safaris in the highlands, deserts and mountains beyond, an experience that powerfully drives home the contrast between this dense metropolis and the nature reserves that lie in its shadows. But if you book one of the many cheap flights to Nairobi to get up-close looks at lions, rhinos and leopards in the wild, consider spending at least a day or two in town. Nairobi’s nightlife may prove to be every bit as wild as your safari.

Which Airlines Fly to Nairobi?

Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) is the busiest air gateway in Kenya and all of Eastern Africa, though there are no direct flights from the United States. There are, however, flights from multiple major air hubs in Western Europe and the Middle East region; British Airways covers flights from London, EgyptAir flies in from Cairo and Emirates offers service from Dubai. These three cities are well-connected to major airports serving every U.S. region.

Nairobi Flight Tips

The busiest airline that flies to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is Kenya Airways, which connects Nairobi with the three cities mentioned above and other logical transfer points including Amsterdam, Paris and Rome.

Quick Travel Guide to Nairobi

Stories of high crime and the challenges of overcrowding in the rapidly-growing urban center often compel visitors to use Nairobi only as a gateway in and out of Eastern Africa, but those who do are missing out on a crucial part of the Kenyan experience. As one of the most important political and economic centers on the continent, Nairobi is a living example of how the third world is reaching toward the future. The city’s excellent restaurants, famous dance clubs and fantastic museums are not to be missed, and some of the hotels in Nairobi are among Africa’s best.

Of course, just as Nairobi’s urban offerings are worth exploring, so are the natural features that surround it. But you don’t have to go far; Nairobi National Park juts right up against the southern city limits, so you can see lions, buffalo and even the endangered black rhino without embarking on any far-flung safaris. Not much farther away, the AFEW Giraffe Centre gives you the opportunity to get up close with the endangered Rothschild giraffe, and even let one eat right out of your hands.
Back in the city, the Nairobi National Museum is another definite must-see; its exhibits detail everything from the myriad cultural traditions of Kenya’s numerous tribes to the archeological finds that point to the region as the cradle of all mankind.

 
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