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  • Tennis and Squash
    Playing squash or tennis carries with it positive health and fitness benefits. The clay courts are open from 7:00am to 6:30pm daily.
    Cycling at the Windsor
    The Windsor boasts as the only hotel in Nairobi offering a 5km cycling track that winds through a tropical forest and along the golf course.
    Jogging at the Windsor
    We offer a 2.5 km, 3.5km and a 5km jogging track. The route follows the cycling track through the trees.
    Pétanque
    Pétanque is a form of boules where the goal is, while standing inside a starting circle with both feet on the ground, to throw hollow metal balls as close as possible to a small wooden ball. The game is normally played on hard dirt or gravel, but can also be played on grass, sand or other surfaces.
    Pétanque is played by two, four or six people in two teams, or players can compete as individuals in casual play. In the singles and doubles games each player has three boules; in triples they have only two. A coin is tossed to decide which side goes first. The starting team draws a circle on the ground which is 35-50 centimetres in diameter: all players must throw their boules from within this circle, with both feet remaining on the ground. The first player throws the jack 6–10 metres away; it must be at least one metre from the boundary.
    Birds of Windsor
    At the Windsor, we have over 130 bird species which we continually observe with the help of our resident Ornithologist. We invite all birders to visit our indigenous forest and register all the birds seen at this beautiful hotspot. We provide binoculars, bird list and pen for every bird watch. A small fee is charged as this goes towards our conservation efforts in keeping the forest a natural habitat for birds, small mammals and insects.
    Nairobi National Museum
    The Museum is a melting pot for rich discoveries in Kenya’s Heritage spanning through History, Culture, Nature and Art. Hall of Mammals, Cradle of humankind, History of Kenya, Cycle of Life. Temporary Exhibition and Birds of East Africa Exhibition.
    Karen Blixen
    Karen Blixen Operates under National Museum which was once the centre piece of a farm at the foot of the Ngong Hills owned by Danish Author Karen and Her Swedish husband, Baron Bror von Blixen Fincke. The Museum belongs to different time period in the history of Kenya, it was built in 1912.
    Nairobi Railways Museum
    Nairobi Railways Museum narrates the tale of this country’s envolvement; indeed it is the rail that developed Kenya to the country it is now!.. It is owned by kenya railway and is the only Railway Museum in East and Central Africa, the first Curator Mr Fred Jordan started its foundation as he had been with the railway in East Africa from 1927, it was opened in 1970.
    Bomas Of Kenya
    Established by the government of Kenya in 1971. Overall mandate is to preserve, maintain and promote the rich and diverse cultural values of various ethnic group of Kenya. Currently there 23 homestead at Bomas. During visit Traditional homestead, Traditional music and dance with traditional Costumes & Artefacts and Traditional Cuisine.
    Nairobi Animal Orphanage
    It serves a treatment and rehabilitation Centre for wild animals. Host Lion, Cheetah, Hyenas, Leopard, Buffalo, Rear Sokoke Cat and Warthog. Various bird including Guinea fowls and Crown Crane.
    Nairobi Crocodile Farm
    Elephant Orphanage
    It is an Elephant nursery which exists nestled in within Nairobi National park under the auspices of the David Sheldrick Trust. This pioneering organisation which work in partnership with the Kenya Wildlife service to offer hope for any orphaned elephant fortunate enough to be found alive.
    Giraffe Centre
    It was found in 1979 by Jock Leslie - Melville, a Kenya Citizen British descent with vision to create an education institution in conjunction with rescuing the endangered Rothschild giraffe.the purpose of the centre was to educate Kenya school children about the wildlife and environment.
    Hell’s Gate National Park
    Named for the intense geothermal activity within its boundaries, the hell’s gate National park is found at great Rift Valley. Scenery including the towering cliffs, water gorges stark rock tower,scrub clad volcanoes and belching plumes.
    Windsor Birdwatching
    Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club 220 acres of land where most of its part is covered by a natural forest with huge trees of more than 1 century old. 18 holes Golf Course is within the Natural forest with rich biodiversity such as over 201 birds species number of butterflies, flowering plants and few wild animals such as Sykes monkey, Squirrels and Suni an Antelope species.
    Bike Riding
    Windsor Golf Clinic
    Looking to start golf in an informal and fun way? Our Beginner clinics are designed for just that. Men and Women are all welcome. A great way to socialize and meet fellow newcomers to this wonderful game. - Social, fun environment to learn all the basics of the game - basic golf equipment supplied - different topic each week
    Mika Coffee Farm
    The farm was established in 1920 by european settlers in Kenya. In 1927 the Pulping station was constructed. Its area of the plantation was 88.5 ha. The coffee grown was selected from Traditional varieties SL 28, SL 34(6-.29 ha) and Ruiru 11 (6 ha). The factor production is labour and has between 70 to 450 workers during off and peak season respectively.
    Ngong Hills
    Kiambethu Tea Farm
    Kereita Forest
    Archery and Paintballs
    New Muthaiga Horse Riding
    Paradise Lost
    GP Karting
    Ice Skating
    Squash