Climate in Nairobi

Summer : December to March
Winter : June to September

Information about Flights to Nairobi

• Flight option: Oman Air, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Fly Dubai ( codeshare with Emirates)

• Approximate flying hours: 4 hrs

• The number of flights in a day :
Oman Air ( 1 flight ) Non-Stop
Qatar airways (4 flights) Via Doha
Emirates (1 flight) Via Dubai
Fly Dubai (3 flights) Via Dubai

Information about Flights to Nairobi

• Currency: Kenyan Shilling

• Spoken Language: Swahili / English

• Time difference between Oman and Kenya: 1 hr

• Visa Regulation to Austria :
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• Best time to visit:
The best wildlife viewing months in Kenya are during the Dry season from late June to October. The wildebeest migration usually reaches the Masai Mara in July and remains until October when they move back to the Serengeti in Tanzania

Interesting facts about Nairobi

1. Nairobi has a national park
This is one of the most talked about facts about Nairobi. Nairobi is one of the few cities in the world with a national park. Experience magical game drives in the park’s plains to see animals like zebras and giraffes. A silhouette of the city forms a scenic backdrop of the park’s savannah.
2. Nairobi has the most Maasai markets in the country
Every day of the week, a market for traditional artifacts and ornaments takes place in the city. The Maasai market run from Tuesday to Sunday, in different parts of the city. For instance, on Tuesday, the traders are situated along Nairobi River, on Kijabe Street, and in Prestige Plaza along Ngong Road. While on Wednesday, the Maasai Market is at the Capital Centre, as you head to JKIA. The most popular market days are Saturday and Sunday, when the traders operate from the High Court Parking lot in the city centre.
3. Nairobi has the most number of malls in Kenya
Nairobi’s rapid growth has seen an increase in the number of modern shopping complexes. The top shopping malls include Thika Road Mall ( TRM), Yaya Centre, The Junction and Garden City.
4. Nairobi is the headquarters of diplomatic missions and multinational brands in Africa
Organisations with headquarters in Kenya include the United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations, housed in the diplomatic complex in Gigiri.


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