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Deal Alert: Fly To Nairobi, Kenya For Less Than $700 Round-Trip

By Travel Noire

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Flight deals to just about any country in Africa don’t happen as often as we’d like, so when we find them, we get excited!

Round-trip flights from select U.S. cities to Nairobi, Kenya are going for less than $700 for travel between February and May and September, and it’s happening right now! Those flying out of Chicago can find plenty of deals for travel all spring for around $680 on KLM, and for a little more on Air France/Kenya Airways.

RELATED: 7 Reasons You Should Visit Kenya

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Flights out of New York City can be found for less than $700 for those that wish to travel this month or a few select dates in March, April or November.

There are similar deals out of Houston, Baltimore and Atlanta for similar travel dates. There are also many travel dates for less than $700 for those that want to fly round-trip from Los Angeles.

Many of the cheaper flights have long layovers, so book the flight that works best for your travel schedule. These prices won’t last long, so head to Google Flights to find the rate for your origin city or view our sample flight here.


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