Nairobi Region

Did you know Nairobi is the 3rd best world destination? From its dazzling mix of urbanity, world’s famous wildlife, forests, historical sites, to its rich tribal culture, Nairobi is the best place to be.The Wildlife Clubs of Kenya (WCK)prides in taking a leading role in maintaining and improving the Nairobi ecology. Through its Nairobi Ecology program, it provides a package of conservation education mainly to primary and secondary schools.The core objective of the program is to spread interest and knowledge about wildlife and the environment through training, information sharing and advocacy.

An Overview of The Nairobi Ecology Program

The Nairobi Ecology program incorporates a variety of activities and projects, all focused to meet the WCK vision of empowering Kenyans with conservation knowledge for sustainability.Core activities include:

a ) Conservation Education to Nairobi youths and East Africa at large

b ) Establishment of school wildlife clubs and follow ups

c ) Teachers training workshops

d ) Environmental clean-ups

e ) Trips to various conservation areas within Nairobi and Kenya at large Desnaring projects Read more

Did you know Nairobi is the 3rd best world destination? From its dazzling mix of urbanity, world’s famous wildlife, forests, historical sites, to its rich tribal culture, Nairobi is the best place to be.The Wildlife Clubs of Kenya (WCK)prides in taking a leading role in maintaining and improving the Nairobi ecology. Through its Nairobi Ecology program, it provides a package of conservation education mainly to primary and secondary schools.The core objective of the program is to spread interest and knowledge about wildlife and the environment through training, information sharing and advocacy.

A variety of ecological and cultural destinations

The Nairobi Ecology Program have a pleasure of taking schools and community groups for tour in Kenya’s famous Mokoyeti nature Trail located within WCK compound, Giraffe center, Nairobi National park, animal orphanage, Safari walk, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, museums, Snake Park and other sites. All these visits are purposed at environmental conservation.

An experience of urban tourism

While at WCK, visitors have the opportunity to visit various urban developments and sites within Nairobi. Some of these places include;

a ) Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA)

b ) The City center

c ) Kenyatta International Conference Center (KICC)

d ) National Archives

e ) Railway Museum

Accommodates up to 75 visitors

The fully-equipped hostels in the WCK headquarters offer you a comfortable nights after visits and walks in the beautiful Nairobi. The inexpensive hostels are equipped with plenty of water, sanitation facilities, fully-equipped kitchen, and plentiful of beds.Members of WCK hire the rooms at a reduced rate.

Transport facilities

Here at WCK Nairobi, we provide vehicles for hire to travel within and outside Nairobi; a 10-seater van and a 51-seater bus. We hire the vehicles at a reduced cost for WCK members.

Spacious conference and lecture hall

The halls are purposed for a group/students briefing, meetings, conferences, and lectures mainly on wildlife and the environment. WCK hall with a capacity of 80 people