A Place of Cool Waters Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The name comes from the Masai phrase Enkare Nyrobi. Located between Mombasa and Kampala, it is ideally situated in a network of rivers with ample water resources and cool enough for residential purposes.
Culture Nairobi has always been a multi-tribal, multi-ethnic and international. Most of Kenya’s 45 or so different tribes are present here along with a large Asian community, the largest diplomatic corps in black Africa, World Bank and United Nations regional centers. In Karen Blixen’s words: 'There is no world without Nairobi's streets'.
Safari Destination Nairobi is nicknamed the Safari Capital of the World or the City Under the Sun. Just outside the city is Nairobi National Park, 113 square km of plains, cliffs and forests and home to herds of zebras buffaloes, giraffes and more. Rhinos, cheetahs, and lions are all found here, living wild within 20 minutes of the center of town.
Connect with Arezza for Your Vacation to Nairobi and Kenya
Kenya is an extraordinary setting that offers unparalleled adventure and tranquility:
Driving The scenery, the endless plains, the wildlife and the mirages as seen from a modified van or on a 4w drive land cruiser in the company of your knowledgeable guide.
Walking Trails enable you to enjoy Africa’s nature and explore this timeless world escorted by an experienced guide and trackers. Enjoy Africa and its wonders on foot at a pace set by the you.
Canoeing An exciting way to safari in Africa; up close wildlife viewing, spectacular bird watching and a thrilling experience on Kenya’s great rivers.
Horseback A unique way to experience the wild, relish a sense of achievement and explore areas that are inaccessible by road.
Camel A seamless safari on the ship of the desert on exciting routes as the colorful Samburu tribesmen lead the camel train through the stunning beauty and continually moving game of northern Kenya. A unique chance to connect with nature.
Balloon The adventure begins just before dawn with the flames of the balloon’s burners lighting the darkness. Rising effortlessly into the morning skies as the first rays of the sunlight envelop the plains below, drifting silently across the Mara wherever the air currents take you. After about an hour you toast your return to earth with a hearty champagne breakfast.
The Migration The 8th wonder of the world, thousands of animals crossing the Mara River in a frenzy to avoid the jaws of crocodiles. The wildebeest give birth on the open plains of the southeastern Serengeti, where rains from, November to May, produce a rich growth of lush grasses. However, these grasses soon dry and the wildebeest are forced to move west across the Serengeti, and then northward into the Masai Mara, in search of grazing land. From July to August nearly 2 million animals move across the open dusty plains of the Masai Mara.
Arezza’s local affiliates are ready to serve you with:
- a cultural tourism info point and events center for visitors from Arezza’s US and other international communities and the point of departure for your itineraries
- education and training activities in tourism, energy, watershed management for residents and visitors interested in starting a business or updating their knowledge and skills.