How to go to Nairobi

Nairobi is a major transportation hub in East Africa, with good flight connections to other cities in the region and beyond. Here's how to go to Nairobi:
    By plane: Nairobi's main airport is Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, which is served by a range of international and regional airlines. Direct flights to Nairobi are available from major cities such as London, Dubai, Amsterdam, and Johannesburg, among others.
    By train: Nairobi is connected to Mombasa by a train service known as the Madaraka Express, which runs daily and takes approximately 5-6 hours. The train is comfortable and offers scenic views of the countryside.
    By bus: There are several bus companies that operate services to Nairobi from other cities in Kenya and neighboring countries. Bus travel in Kenya can be bumpy and uncomfortable, but it's a good option for those on a budget.
    By car: Nairobi is accessible by road from other cities in Kenya and neighboring countries. However, driving in Kenya can be challenging due to poor road conditions and traffic congestion.
Once in Nairobi, visitors can use taxis, ride-sharing services, or public transportation such as buses and matatus (shared minivans) to get around the city. It's important to be aware of safety and security concerns when traveling in Nairobi and to take precautions such as avoiding walking alone at night and keeping valuables secure.

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