The middle of Nairobi is a modern business centre with international hotels. You will need to visit the weekly Masai market for local culture.
Nairobi is not just the capital, since it is also the administrative, economic and cultural centre of Kenya. The National Museum is a major attraction. This shows you how people lived in the past and provides information about the people of modern Kenya and their struggle for independence.
Opposite the National Museum, there is Snake Park, which is an attraction for snake lovers. You can also visit the beautiful Jain Temple just outside the centre.
East Africa Tourist Visa
Off to Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda? Then remember that these east African destinations offer a joint tourist visa obtainable from any of the three countries’ embassies. Apart from saving money compared to the price of the separate visas, the East Africa Tourist visa also saves on red tape. For more information visit www.visiteastafrica.org/visa-2/
Please note that as from 1 July 2015 all visa applications to enter Kenya are made electronically and have to be obtained before your travel. You can apply for your eVisa via www.ecitizen.go.ke.
A BIG THANK YOU
As announced, due to a new Lufthansa Group strategy, Brussels Airlines will cease flights between Brussels and Nairobi as from 24 October 2015. From then on, flights between the two cities will be operated by Lufthansa Group partner airlines SWISS (via Zurich) and Lufthansa (via Frankfurt).
Brussels Airlines would like to thank all guests for their continued loyalty and support.