Tagged: picnic sites in kenya

Nairobi cityscape from central park 2

Central Park

Central Park could be mistaken to be an extension of its better known neighbor Uhuru Park. It occupies an area bounded by Kenyatta Avenue, Nyerere Avenue and Uhuru Highway, behind Nairobi Serena Hotel. Attractions...

Independence monument at Uhuru Gardens 4

Uhuru Gardens

British colonialists granted Kenya independence on 12th December 1963, with Jomo Kenyatta becoming its first leader, in a ceremony held at the site of present day Uhuru Gardens. The hopes and aspirations of a nation came to pass on this day, and Uhuru Gardens is a memorial to this momentous occasion in Kenya’s history.

Sculpture park bench at Jeevanjee gardens 0

Jeevanjee Gardens

Donated to the residents of Nairobi in 1906 by Alibhai Mullah Jeevanjee, this 5 acre recreational park is one of few green spaces gracing Nairobi City. The park has on more than one occasion...

Foot bridges at Uhuru Park 6

Uhuru Park

The history of Uhuru Park, the most popular recreational park in Nairobi, is a rich tapestry of strife and celebration in Kenya. The sight of soldiers resplendent in colorful uniforms and marching to music...

Windmills on Ngong Hills 22

Ngong Hills

The Ngong Hills’ proximity to Nairobi, about 22km southwest of the city, makes it a very popular weekend destination for visitors from all over the country. Some come for walks while others picnic or...