Summer days are long and warm to hot with almost cloudless skies providing perfect visiblity, cooling down in the evening – with March leading into the Spring months and the “long rainy” season. Winters are cool and generally dry, as cloud remains in the sky.
Nairobi has many parks and open spaces throughout the city. Much of the city has dense tree-cover and plenty of green spaces. The most famous of which is Uhuru Park.
The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport serves as the primary airport for domestic flights, as well as international flights to and from East and Central Africa. As East and Central Africa’s busiest airport and Kenya’s largest aviation facility, it can boast for over 40 passenger airlines and 25 cargo airlines.
Nairobi is East Africa’s premier business and entertainment destination with hundreds of exciting tourist attractions, shopping centres, restaurants, business and conferencing facilities.
Centrally located in Nairobi, the Kenyatta International Convention Centre area is the ideal base from which to explore the rest of Nairobi’s districts and its important natural, cultural and heritage sites such as the Ngong Hills, the Nairobi National Park and the national museums.