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Nairobi being the only capital city that has a National park within its borders means that you come from the concrete jungle to the actual jungle in less than an hour. The beauty of the Nairobi National Park is that it has various sections; you can either visit the animal orphanage which as the name suggests houses orphaned animals. At the orphanage, you pretty see any kind of animal without much fuss.
There is also the Safari walk, an activity that gives you the opportunity to see Kenya’s wildlife at close quarters, rather than from the back of a safari jeep or car window. For the adventurous lion chasing kind of traveler, you can take a game drive within the park.
Lake Nakuru National Park is situated approximately 164 kilometers from Nairobi (the capital of Kenya). It is dominated by a gentle undulating terrain with open bush and woodlands. A third of the park is composed of the Lake Nakuru waters.
Khoja Mosque in its early years. Its actually name is Nairobi Town Jamatkhana(A Jamatkhana is an Ismaili Muslim place of worship). Construction began in 1920 and itvwas officially opened in 1922 #Nairobi #History #Khoja