Nairobi Kenya's capital is cosmopolitan, lively, interesting and pleasantly landscaped. Its central business district is handily compact and it's a great place to tune into modern urban African life. Originally little more than a swampy watering hole for Maasai tribes, Nairobi grew with the advent of the railway and had became a substantial town by 1900. Five years later it succeeded Mombasa as the capital of the British protectorate. Today it's the largest city between Cairo and Johannesburg.
Hogmead; Nairobi's latest luxury residence offering the finest gateway to East Africa's great outdoors. Nestled within an exclusive and intimate estate, Hogmead is unparalleled in personal service, contemporary style and colonial comfort. Whether to begin, connect or conclude your journey, Hogmead is your key to Nairobi and all routes through Africa.
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Giraffe Manor offers a uniquely untouched wilderness on the doorstep of one of Africa's most cosmopolitan cities. The Giraffe Manor, built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan, is surrounded by 140 acres of its own park and forest thirty minutes from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya's capital city, with superb of the Ngong Hills.Learn more »
Everyone's first night in Africa ought to be spent in a very cool and hip tree house and Ngong House offers that unique experience. Located on 10 private acres at the foot of the Ngong Hills - there is no better place to enjoy your fist night in Africa! Ngong House is a unique experience. Learn more »