Glory Royal Suite Hotel

Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi, 66969-00200, Kenya
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Nairobi Restaurant - Haveli

by zeekarim

I'm going to be in Nairobi next month and have heard Haveli is a good restaurant - what's it's location and price range for a good Indian meal.

Re: Nairobi Restaurant - Haveli

by anton64

Not Indian but the Horseman in Karen Shopping Center also used to be very good but I have not been there for some time. You should be able to find many good Indian restaurants in Nairobi though.

Re: Nairobi Restaurant - Haveli

by muguruki

Don't know the Haveli but I do know the Haandi which is a top Indaian restaurant in Nairobi as well as Kampala.

Chowpatty is another good one.

Re: Nairobi Restaurant - Haveli

by Catw

Never heard of Haveli but indeed, the restaurant Haandi, located in The Mall in Westlands, next to Westlands roundabout, is quite famous.

Travel Tips for Nairobi

Internet Access in Nairobi

by Squinchez

Hi there, the easiest way for you will be to buy a portable modem, ( size of a Flashdisk) from cell phone service providers there is 1. Safaricom 2. Zain Africa 3. Orange
I would suggest you buy "Orange modem" which is the cheapest and goes for only 2000kshs ( abt 25 USD) then from there you just top up your credit balance with a internet scratch card which you can easily buy from the nearest shop.

hope it helps.
gd day!


by greekcypriot

The Maasai tribe tend their cattle alongside wildlife in the Masai Mara National Reserve

Over 1 000 bird species

Millions of flamingos breed on Lake Nakuru

The beautiful tropical island of Lamu on the coast is a World Heritage Site

The Great Migration - one of the seven new wonders of the world

Diving the coral reefs at tropical Mombasa

The black-maned lions of the Masai Mara

Go on a Mission Trip to Kenya


Rooting for Manchester United

by glabah

For reasons best known to themselves, the people who live in Nairobi have a huge interest in Manchester United. Manchester United doesn't generally shop for players in Africa, though in 2008 they did pick up one from Angola.

Yet, it seems that anywhere you go, there are people wearing Manchester United t-shirts (including at a wedding!) and in some of the grocery stores you can find birthday, anniversary and wedding cakes decorated for Manchester United.

This first photo shows the cake rack in the Uchumi supermarket on Ngong Road, and indeed about half of the cakes here celebrate Manchester United in some fashion or other. Some other football teams are popular (Arsenal cakes are also on this cake rack, as you can see, and a few others are available as well). However, no team seems to have penetrated the Kenyan market quite as well as the Manchester United.

Naturally, you can see footballers in most any open flat (and sometimes not so flat!) field all over Kenya, including Nairobi! (see the rest of the photos!).

Pack Light !

by greekcypriot

Generally one backpack and one daypack is recommended. If they are too heavy to lift, you’ve packed too much. Hard-sided suitcases are not advised as they are difficult to fit into the luggage compartments of overland vehicles.

On tour you’ll have access to your big pack in the morning and evening but not during the day. Ensure you put everything you might need during the day into your day pack which stays with you at all times. Leave the shirt and tie or the high heels at home. No one will care if you wear the same t-shirt for more than one day. On an overland tour your clothes will take a hammering: dust, dirt, mud, sunscreen, insect repellent, cooking oil, washing up water. Bring clothes that you don’t care too much about and are possibly prepared to ditch at the end of the trip to make room for souvenirs.

Make sure you bring a warm fleece and long trousers. In some parts it can also get extremely hot, so bring shorts and singlets and remember to slap on the sunscreen. You can find body cream and sun tan lotion, shampoos and conditioners and everything even hair dye for ladies in the big Markets like NAKUMATT or the big Malls. A spare film if you have an old camera...I guess you have a new digital camera instead.
A recharged battery, and extra batteries if your camera takes batteries Sandals or thongs. Need to be waterproof and should not fall off if you want to go white-water rafting.
Hat or cap
• Water/wind proof jacket – essential if you are going to see the gorillas in East Africa
• Boots or sturdy trainers
• Swimsuit Personal toiletries, but leave the make-up bag and plug-in shaver at home.

Diani Beach

by TRimer

Located to the south of Mombasa town, Diani Beach is one of Kenya's oldest beach resort areas.

If you have ever imagined a "perfect" tropical beach, Diani is the place. Beautiful soft white sand, clear waters, a reef only twenty minutes of easy swimming offshore, and palm trees lining the beach. Diani is definately one of Kenya's top beaches.

Most of the hotels offer the usual boat rides and windsurfing for a price. Snorkeling equipment is also available for rent and scuba diving is becoming more popular. If you just want to relax, however, take a walk down the beach, enjoy the sun and try not to think about leaving.

The Jadini forest adjoining the beach is a favourite haunt for leopard, colobus monkeys, baboons and a great variety of forest birds. The beach is a long, vast uninterrupted stretch of white sand lapped by an opal ocean.

Besides being a luxurious beach and crystal-clear warm water and only a stones throw away from game parks like Shimba Hills National Park, Diani and the entire south coast of Kenya offer a range of activities, day-trips and excursions for visitors interested in the environment of the coast, the unique species of trees, plants, birds and mammals -- as well as the colourful history of the region.


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Address: Rhapta Road, Westlands, Nairobi, 66969-00200, Kenya