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I can't say that I was terribly impressed with this park. It suffers from poor management. It's also rather ordinary.
I will say that it's a great place for bird watching. I saw no less than 4 new species. I do recommend it for that....More
This place reminded me of famed NY Central Park. No statues, but also body of water with skyscrapers in the background and people lying on the grass. Main differences - loud preacher preaching to resting people (couldn't understand a word but very convincing!), it's no...More
It is open to the public and anyone who is visiting Nairob's CBD can easily walk to the park.It is also a good place during Weekends since lots of local people spare time there, and is a niceexperience to be engaged in the local culture.
Its a big park close to CBD. It comes to life on weekends with kids and families. There is a self peddling boat ride on a small pond located in the park. There are several rides and inflatable slides available for kids
Full of bustle and energy. Stalls, people lolling about, boats on the lake, toilets you can smell before you see, lots of energy and activity. Being opposite parliament it is an important place for announcements to the people of Nairobi and worth experiencing.
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Yes, when you reaches Nairobi, heck with local tourist assistance OR Bus company to find out, this is a vague question which can not be answered by a visitor, after passing time, things changes fast, there is nothing free... More
Yes, when you reaches Nairobi, heck with local tourist assistance OR Bus company to find out, this is a vague question which can not be answered by a visitor, after passing time, things changes fast, there is nothing free in this modern world except home.