Flight Deal: Washington, D.C. To Nairobi, Kenya Only $582
Photo Credit: Photo by Ian Kiragu on Unsplash

Photo Credit: Photo by Ian Kiragu on Unsplash

Flight Deal: Washington, D.C. To Nairobi, Kenya Only $582

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DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Sep 23, 2019

Hey DMV, this one is for you. We found a pretty great deal on flights from the nation’s capital into Nairobi, Kenya via Delta Airlines. The lowest price found at the time of this post was $582 roundtrip.

This is not a direct flight. Depending on the dates that you select, you will have a layover. Most of the departure layovers are in France and can be a little lengthy. You can turn your trip into a 2-for-1, and head out to explore a little bit of Paris while you are there.

If you are interested in this deal, it is valid for travel between November and March of 2020. To find your seat and book, you can use Skyscanner. It is easiest to filter the search by month. Look for the lowest prices in green and select the one that is best. Follow the link to purchase your flight.

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Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city, has so much to offer. If you are short on time you can start with a safari at Nairobi National Park. This inner-city reserve is truly one-of-a-kind. You can get up close and personal with the park’s wildlife while getting a glimpse of Nairobi’s cityscape in the background.

If you have more days to spare, book a safari out in Masai Mara. You will need at least 3 days to truly do this trip right.

Another popular option is Giraffe Manor. While staying at the actual manor comes at a very large price, there is an option to simply get cute photos with the giraffes. However, if you’re balling like that and decide to stay, you will be one of the lucky few that gets the famous picture of a giraffe peeking through the window while you eat breakfast.

Related: Breakfast With Giraffes? Everything To Know About Visiting Giraffe Manor

Last but not least, take a trip to the Bomas of Kenya. This is a museum-like place that shows replicas of the villages of several native Kenyan tribes. They also offer a daily song and dance show that is worth seeing.

This deal is going to go fast. Don’t sleep on it.

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