Nairobi was named the most intelligent city in Africa by Intelligent Community Forum. It means that the vibrant city can make it in a “broader economy”. Many factors make Nairobi such a great place to do business to start a company. The internet usage is high, so those starting an online business can expect to have a lot of leads and interaction. The education system is also top-notch, so employers can get a skilled workforce for their companies. There are also many startups already thriving in Kenya. Tech and entrepreneurship hubs facilitate the startup culture and innovation. Investment opportunities in Nairobi are in the infrastructure, manufacturing, and communication sectors.
Nairobi experiences very-favorable weather. The hot months are January and February while the cold months are in June and July. However, during the warm months offer ideal times to go swimming or enjoy the outdoors. The average temperature is 19.0 °C (around 66 °F), and the annual rainfall is approximately 869 mm (34 in). There is a no “best time to visit” because Kenya experiences fair weather year round.
There are so many activities visitors can do when in Nairobi including hiking and biking the different trails in Nairobi, attending local plays, or going to see a game. Look up local events and have some fun.
Visit the Nairobi National Park and see some wildlife against the backdrop of the city. Tourists can also visit the Giraffe Centre or Giraffe Manor and feed some giraffes, and they can also visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust to see and feed some orphaned elephants.
Teeming with restaurants, cafés, and coffee shops, visitors can choose from a wide range of cuisine including African, Indian, Mexican, Italian, Japanese, and seafood. With such a wide range of places to choose from, there are also many restaurant-review sites to help those who are hungry but indecisive.
Nairobians are genial and welcoming, making visitors feel like they have known each other for years. Meet some locals and learn a thing or two.
Nairobi has a story rich in history and culture. Visit the main museums in the city and learn a thing or two about traditions and history. Find out how famous streets got their names and how Kenya is a unique country made up of 42 tribes, each with a unique culture and tradition. Learn how everything works in synergy to tell and showcase the culture.