HOW TO TRAVEL NAIROBI in 2019

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  1. This was probably the hardest video I've made so far! Loads of planning, postponing, replanning and intensive editing! Anything for the highest quality I can push out for you guys! Thank you so much for watching! If you really enjoyed it, don't forget to share ❤️

  2. Hello!! How are you? I'm Rodrigo Ahumada, Medical doctor by profession and Nature-travel-wildlife photohgrapher by passion, and I'm going for about 20 days to Kenya between January-February 2020. I found your videos to be very very helpful, but I wanted to ask you, which would be the best way for me to move around through the coast of Kenya (From Diani to Malindi). I would like to spend about 12 days in those places, staying at different places (Watamu, Mombasa, etc) but I don't really know which is the best way to move.
    I would really appreciate your advice on that! Can't Wait to be back in Kenya (Visited it in 2018), it's just an amazing country!
    A big hug from Chile!!

  3. I was born and raised in Nairobi….moved out when I was 12 (16 years back) this brings back so many memories and feels. Thanks for walking me down memory lane and keep up the good work. Wishing you a lot of success..

  4. Nairobi beats many well known Western cities. Where can you go to the jungle, be in a huge city with amazing views, eat amazing food, see great people, see the big 5, enjoy great entertainment at the same time? Not many cities around the world tbh.

  5. Thank you for this! You put in a lot of work and thought into it. I'd just like to add a few more places in Nairobi and some that are not too far off from the city. The Railway Museum, Nairobi National Museum, Kenya National Archives, The Nairobi Gallery, Alan Donovan African Heritage House, Karen Blixen Museum, Bomas of Kenya for the traditional dances, Dinner at Carnivore, Lukenya Motorcross for Quadbiking with zebras and wildebeest, Ostrich Farm in Kitengela- get to ride on an ostrich! Haha, Kitengela Glass, The Forest for Ziplining, paintball, cycling and other activities, Sagana for bungee jumping and water sports.

  6. We visited Nairobi a couple years ago, one of our stops was the David Sheldrick Trust, we paid ahead to have the smaller group in the afternoon and it was so worth it! The whole city is amazing! We weren't there but for 2 nights on either end of our safari out in the Maara. I feel that I need to go back and spend more time in Nairobi!

  7. The work you put into creating such a masterpiece is evident. Great visuals and editing. I had a smile throughout the entire video and I love my Nairobi even more as you have made me see it from a tourist's standpoint. Wow! and I get to call this place home. Amazing work Singh.

  8. Nice job for those passing through Nairobi on their way to safari elsewhere. However, I spent a month in Nairobi in June and as an African American tourist there for a longer-term stay, I saw a more "real" version than what you portray. You didn't mention Kibera, which can be toured with a guide. That poverty should be a national embarrassment. You do a video on travel yet don't spend any time on costs? Nairobi is way overpriced. It's "not" a world-class city by any measure but wants to charge like one. I found many Kenyans to be flat out rude and was baffled by their surly attitudes even when I asked the most basic questions such as how to find a certain street. But I was most dismayed at the depth of Christian conservatism on display. I arrived one week after the courts upheld criminalizing gay sex and the ugly homophobia I saw in newspapers and on TV was disappointing in the 21st Century. While it was an eye-opening experience in some ways, overall I didn't enjoy my visit to Nairobi and have no plans to return.

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