Flights to Nairobi
JOMO KENYATTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NBO)
NBO is under major construction while they build their new passenger terminal. The current terminal building is divided into three parts: Units 1 and 2 are for international arrivals and departures; unit 3 is for domestic passengers.
Shopping & Restaurants
Before you head out into the safari capital of Africa, stop for a bite to eat or a bit of shopping. For shops in NBO: Siamanda, Goldrock International and Glamour House. For a bite: Giraffe Manor, Nairobi Safari Club and Java Coffee House.
Nearest Luxury HotelThe Panari Hotel
Panari Centre Limited, Mombasa Rd,
P.O. Box 4372 – 00506
There is WiFi available at Jomo Kenyatta International, but it comes at a cost. There are rumors that occasionally you can get lucky and get an hour of service for free, but we’re not making any promises.
ATMs, banking facilities and currency exchange services are available in every terminal. National Bank of Kenya, Transnational Bank, Barclays and Forex Bureau are just some of the branches at NBO.
NBO has official taxis, operated by Kenatco outside the arrivals hall. The less expensive options are bus services that stop outside Units 1 and 2 or Green Citi Hoppa minibus services. If you want to drive, there are car rental services such as Avis, Budget, Naz and Payless.
Safety Tip: In general, you shouldn’t walk in downtown Nairobi at night. If you must be out and about after dark, always take public transport or taxi.