Flamingo Camp and Cottages Safari

Address: Koinange street , Nairobi, 100, Kenya | Campground
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Location

This campground, located in the Nairobi Central Business District area of Nairobi, is near National Archives, River Road, Baboons & Vervits, and Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Nairobi

    Masai and Memories

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Sep 24, 2014

    14 photos

    ... morning too. He drove me right to the Masai village where the rest of my group was waiting for me. We were introduced to one of the village leaders, who then asked for each of us to pay 1000ksh (C$12) which would go towards the entire community to help them in various ways including their school and medical costs. The Masai men then welcomed us into their community with a traditional dance, which included singing, dancing, wearing a lion ...

    Part 1: Kenya

    A travel blog entry by taljaytravels13 on Jul 01, 2014

    ... up, close and personal (perhaps a little too personal) with some giraffes that didn't stop eating! After a long day and flight we were ready to set up camp and made our way to whistling thorns, the camp we were staying in for the first 3 nights. The camp was set in a beautiful spot surrounded by rolling hills and facecia trees. We pitched up tent next to the land rover and spent the next few days trying to get my card back in the center of Nairobi ( to no avail) and ...

    Day one

    A travel blog entry by brittbmw3 on Jun 02, 2014

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... After breakfast we lined the kids up to give them medical care. We weighed each child, gave them a vitamin gummy, and then passed the sick ones on too Robin and Lori who checked/diagnosed them and prescribed medications. They then were sent to Kate (a friend of a Robins who came along today to help out) to get their medication. Basically ever child was seen by them. We were able to feel/see/hear some abnormal ear drums, lymph nodes, and hearts. While ...

    Goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by pollock.franki on May 16, 2014

    9 photos

    ... mortuary.

    After we were finished at the hospital we headed over to the school. When we arrived at the school we brought all of the donations into the church and set everything up on some tables. We had all the toiletry items on one table, next to all the notepads, books, and pens on another table. Under the tables were all the shoes we were donating lined up in a row. Over to the side we had all the clothes stacked up on a bench. After all the ...

    Lions, Elephants, and Hippos...Oh my!

    A travel blog entry by tfranklin810 on May 11, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... steel and soccer jerseys galore) to that of the people that still follow the traditional Maasai lifestyle. For those of you who don’t know (I didn’t before I came here), the Maasai are one of the most well-known tribes in Kenya. They insist on continuing their traditional lifestyle and are known for their large cattle herds, being fierce warriors, and having an intense pride in their culture. Today, they make up about five percent of Kenya’s total population, which ...