A major gateway to the wild expanses of Africa, make sure to arrive in comfort with business class flights to Nairobi. Just Fly Business can help arrange your flights, whether for business or an African odyssey, making the journey just as memorable as the destination.
Nairobi continues to be a popular city for those looking to embark on a safari to the Maasai Mara or Serengeti National Park, climb Mt Kilimanjaro, see the Gorillas in nearby Uganda, or connect to Mombasa. With cheap business class flights to Nairobi at Just Fly Business, you can be assured of an amazing experience.
Business class flights to Nairobi is the perfect way to begin your trip. If for business, the ability to arrive at Nairobi relaxed and refreshed will make your business meeting or event easier and less taxing on you. If travelling on holidays to Kenya and beyond, the use of business class lounges, restaurant quality dining in the sky, and fully lie-flat beds means the perfect bookends to your amazing adventure.
It’s not just the flights either. Just Fly Business can help organise hotels, transfers, safaris, and tours to complement your cheap business class flights to Nairobi. Our team of personal travel consultants take pride in ensuring the highest levels of service while offering the best prices for your trip, all in an ATOL protected package.
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Nairobi National Park
If you are in Nairobi on business it doesn’t mean you can’t experience some of the great wildlife of this amazing continent in your downtime. Alternatively, holidaymakers can begin their safari early with the Nairobi National Park less than 5 miles from the city centre.
With over 100 animal species including some of the ‘Big Five’, the raised walkway provides fantastic views without disturbing the inhabitants.
On the border of the national park, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is famously known for its elephant and rhino orphanage. Successfully hand-raising and rehabilitating baby elephants and rhinos before reintroducing them into the wild, the trust has been working on conservation efforts since 1977.
Nairobi National Museum
Located on Museum Hill and backing onto the botanical gardens, the Nairobi National Museum offers visitors insights into Kenya’s national heritage. Focussing on nature, culture, history, and contemporary art, the museum also houses the remains of the famous discovery by Louis and Mary Leakey at Lake Turkana in the north of Kenya, the homo habilis.
Langata Giraffe Centre
First opening in 1983, the Langata Giraffe Centre is a world-class nature education centre focused on the endangered Rothschild giraffe. Coupling education with the chance to feed these majestic creatures from a raised platform in the 140 acres of indigenous forest, and allows access to the Giraffe Centre Nature Trail where other native species can be seen.
The area also houses the famous Giraffe Manor where guests can enjoy breakfast and afternoon tea while giraffes roam the grounds and often pop their heads through the windows for a closer look.
Insider’s Tip: The Giraffe Manor offers rooms for accommodation for a truly unique night’s stay, but be aware that you often need to plan 12-24 months in advance!
A nomadic market in Nairobi operating every day except Mondays, the Maasai Markets are a great place to pick up everything from hand-made jewellery and wood carvings to paintings, drawings, fabrics, and accessories. Haggling is essential and part of the experience, and taking local currency in small denominations is a must.
Insider’s Tip: Due to the market moving every day, find out their location by keeping an eye on their Facebook page.
Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel
Situated near the University of Nairobi, the Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel contains 8 meeting and event spaces catering for board meetings with up to 200 delegates.
Although major cities in the region are not prolific, the seaside resort area of Mombasa is popular with tourists looking to relax at the end of their safari holiday.
Like Mombasa, the beach resorts of Zanzibar and onwards to Mauritius are reached by a short flight from Nairobi, whereas Mt Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti are able to be driven to as part of a tour or flown to from Nairobi.
As the capital of Kenya and a major business centre, many airlines offer flights from the UK to Nairobi. The only direct services are available from British Airways and Kenyan Airways from London, though with one connection airlines such as Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Qatar Airways all offer a fantastic service through the Middle East.
Alternatively, South African Airways can be connected through Johannesburg which means that visitors can experience further safaris in Kruger National Park.
With so many airlines vying for you to book business class flights to Nairobi with them, it’s easy to become overwhelmed or book something that doesn’t meet your expectations. That’s where Just Fly Business can help.
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