Top 4 Activities To Do On Maasai Mara Safari

Established as early as 1961, the Maasai mara park is one of Kenya oldest wildlife reserves and prime destination for Kenya safaris and tours around East Africa. Situated  in Narok county over 142 km from Nairobi city , the Maasai mara park is adjacent to the infamous Serengeti park in Tanzania and is the ancestral home of the Maasai where the name is derived from.

Witnessing the  annual wildebeest migration might be the most popular attraction during a Maasai mara safari but this animal migration only happens between months of July to September but that doesnt mean you can t have a fun safari experience in the park as they are various activities to do that suit all types of travelers.

Below are some top 4 things to do when you make a tour to Maasai mara park,

Game Drives – The park is home to some of the most sought after African mammals including the infamous Big Five (lions, leopards, elephants, cape buffaloes and rhinos ) , wildebeests , Nile crocodiles, Hippos that top the list of must see animals .other species you will encounter during a game drive include zebra, Thomson gazelles, hyenas, cheetahs, jackals and varety of antelope and bird species. The game drives usually last up to 4 hours depending on the interests of the tourist.

Hot Air Balloon tour– Sailing above Maasai mara in a hot air balloon is a unique and fascinating way to explore the park. From the superb aerial views to the feeling of being in the clouds, there is no denying this activity is guaranteed to give you the goosebumps. 12-seater and 16-seater air balloons are available so you can enjoy the ride with family or group of friends.

Walking Safaris – A foot tour around Maasai mara is one other unqie way to experience the wild and culture of the Maasai people. under guidance of a local Masai tour guide, you will venture into the wild and homesteads getting chance to interact and take pictures with one of the Luo’s most popular tribe plus a it’s much cheaper though m,ore strenuous experience.

Bird watching – Home to over 500 bird species , Maasai mara park is another nice destination for nature and bird lovers. There are currently 57 raptors recorded and variety of migratory birds that come in between months of November and April. popular bird in the park include Bateleurs, secretary birds, hornbills, ostriches, long crested eagles, African pygmy falcons, Kori bastards, silver bird, saddle billed stork

There are plenty of other activities to enjoy when on safari in Maasai Mara but the above four are guaranteed to give you the full feel of what this magnificent  Kenya safari park offers. Planning to visit the park and looking for a rental car for self drive or require a driver, we at Nairobi car rental services will be more than happy to offer you our services at affordable rates that suit your budget and personal needs.

Get in touch with us today by calling us now on +254-713510387 to talk to our reservation team or fill in this contact form and we shall get back to you as soon as possible.


Step By Step Guide To Booking A Wedding Car In Kenya

A wedding is the most important day in the lives of a couple and their families, a day of uniting two families has long been a joyous occasion and with that said, everything has to be o point for it to be a success. From church & reception venue choice to catering and entertainment, you have to leave no stone un-turned.

Among the most important items on a wedding list is transportation and that’s where we come in, you need to hire a wedding car in Kenya to spice up your entourage . Nairobi Car rental Services reservation experts have written a step by step guide to booking a luxury car for your Kenya wedding event.

Step 1 – Go Online and search for a trusted and reliable car rental agency to use, you can google wedding car hire Kenya or Nairobi and choose from the top 10 results. Compare rates , terms and conditions from different companies before you even deicide to email in your inquiry.

Step 2  – Choose your preferred car from the fleet provided , make sure you go for one that can fit into your wedding transportation budget but can also accommodate the bride, groom and escorts.

Step 3- Start price haggling for the particular car you choose for your Kenya wedding entourage , don’t be shy when negotiating wedding car hire prices , you can ven go ahead and ask if there are any special offers available for that particular season.

Step 4- Finally , you can confirm your booking after you have decided which car you want. An involve will be sent to your email indicating 30% deposit to be paid to confirm reservation of the wedding car. You will have to pay balance a week or two before the party.

Once all this is done, the car will be reserved and you can also get chance to go check it out if you wish to do so. To hire a wedding car in Kenya today, simply send us an email to or call us now on  +256-

5 Terrific Things To Do When You Visit Kenya

Regarded as one of the most diverse tourist destinations in Africa, Kenya has a lot to offer. Whether you are searching for that ultimate Africa wildlife safari experience , a cultural tour, hiking adventure or just want to relax on the white sandy ocean shore beaches , Kenya has it all and more at pocket friendly rates. Majority of tourists love to visit Kenya for game drives through the national parks but there is much more to this country than wildlife.

Nairobi Car Rental Services specializes in organizing self drive and guided safaris in Kenya for all types of travelers and we present to you some activities you can not miss out on doing when on holiday in Kenya.

1- Hike Mount Kenya

Standing at up to 5199 meters, Mount Kenya is the tallest mountain in Kenya and second highest in Africa after Tanzania’a mighty Kilimanjaro. Mt Kenya offers a better and cheaper hiking tour compared to the ever crowded Kilmanjaro. The hiking tour to the summit last about 5 to 6 days with 4 to 5 overnights on the mountain.

2- Witness the infamous Great Migration

Each year thousands of wildebeests along with gazelles & zebras journey from the Serengeti plains to Maasai mara in search of new pastures and fresh water, a spectacle that has come to be known as the Great Wildebeest Migration ; the world’s largest animal migration. This event occurs between July to October every year so if you stand a chance of witness the great migration, you have to book a safari between those months

3- Hit the Diani Beach

Situated on the shores of the Indian Ocean is the Diani beach, Kenya’s most popular white-sand beach regularly visited by foreigners looking to unwind and relax in the sun. Apart from swimming , Diani beach also offers a variety of other exciting outdoor sports including snorkeling , jetskiing, kite surfing to mention but a few

4 – Visit the David Sheldrick Wilflife Trust

The Shedrick Wildlife Trust is one of the pioneering wildlife and habitat conservation orgagnizations in East Africa started as early as 1977 by Dr Dame Daphne Sheldrick in memory of her late husband. The Sheldrick Trust Fund is a home to orphaned elephants which are rescued from poachers and taken in for rehabilitation. You can adopt and foster an elephant and or donate to the wildlife trust fund.

5- Explore the Maasai Mara

Arguably Kenya’s most popular and visited national park, The Maasai mara is truly a wildlife gem renowned for it’s huge population of lions, Leopards, Bush elephants and of course the park hosts the Great Migration which inducted it into the 7 Natural Wonders of Africa plus 10 Wonders of The World , truly a great achievment. A guided game rive in 4×4 safari car is the best way to explore and encounter as many mammals and birds as possible and a visit to the the homesteads of the Maasai people is a rewarding experience as well, lean about their way of life and history.

There are plenty of other things to do when on holiday in Kenya but the above 5 are must-not-miss package. To book a safari in Kenya for chance to do the above 5 activities, simply contact us now by sending an email to

Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Mombasa Town

Mombasa is a famous coastal town in Kenya established as early as 900 AD and has the Kenyan history as a commercial, cosmopolitan port town built on an island but later expanded to mainland making it the oldest and second largest city in Kenya after Nairobi Capital City, the population of Mombasa was 1.4 million people by the time 2016 population census was carried out. Mombasa as an island is connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries which give its inhabitants and visitors a link to the true heart of Mombasa in the old town through the narrow winding streets and Arab architecture.

Modern Mombasa is the headquarters of Mombasa County where historic events and progressions are greatly important with its busy port serving the landlocked country of Uganda.

Mombasa was further divided into four main suburbs for administrative purposes and these suburbs include:

Mombasa Island

Also known as Kizingo is home to Mombasa Law Courts, the state house of Mombasa, Municipal Council, provincial headquarters, Aga Khan Academy and other main nursery, primary, secondary schools and several higher institutions of Learning.

North Coast

Connected by the newly constructed Nyali Bridge in the north to Kizingo, it is a prime and up-market residential area dominated by beautiful beaches, resorts, hotels, Nakumatt, Multiplex cinema and Nyali Cinemax Complex among others.

Apart from Kizingo, areas like Kongowea occupied by mainly low income earners, Bamburi which is home to Bamburi Portland Cement Factory and Haller National Park, Bombolulu, Shanzu, Kisauni, Mkomani and Mtwapa make up the North Coast.

South Coast

Likoni is one of the areas and hosts lower income and lower-middle-class people with its concentration of people dominated by non-Swahili Bantu tribes. Another area is Diani beach which has several beach resorts.

Mombasa Mainland

It contains areas like Magongo, Makindani, Miritini and Changamwe which are all industrialized by the Kipevu power generation projects, the Kenya Oil Refinery Company facility not forgetting Migadini and Chaani centers which are close to Kenya Port Authority and Port Reitz harboring Moi International Airport and Port Reitz Hospital.

Many tourist attractions exist in this coastal city making it one of the most visited destinations in Kenya and the world. Tourists across the world visit this place annually some preferring to rent car in Mombasa and go about their way while others prefer getting a driver or guide to take them around.


  • Fort Jesus

This fort in Old Town, Mombasa was designed by an Italian engineer called Giovanni Battista Cairati and construction was start and completed between 1593 and 1596 following strict orders of King Philip I of Portugal. The aim of this port was to guard the Old Port of Mombasa making it the only fort maintained by the Portuguese on the Swahili Coast.

The high gun turrets, battlements and underground passages of this 16th Century Fort were the centre of a historic struggle for control of the Kenya coast between the Portuguese army and the Shirazi Arabs.

  • Old Town

This is an area of Mombasa located on the south-eastern part  of Mombasa Island on an area of 72 hectares hosting a mix of local including the Arabs, Asians, Portuguese and British settlers. This old town has been in existence from the 15th century dominated by the Portuguese and Islamic architecture.

  • Haller National Park

Visit Haller Park which used to be a limestone quarry but was later turned into great place for wildlife viewing by Dr. Haller who started by adding  the mineral content of the soil, planted trees, added a fish farm, then later established a wildlife park with every animal having a function within the park’s ecosystem. Cape buffalo, waterbucks, giraffes, zebras, and hippos are some of the wildlife here and a famous interspecies couple that became an Internet sensation after the 130-year-old tortoise named Mzee adopted Owen, an orphaned hippo not forgetting an estimate of 160 bird species.

  • Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve

The park was established in 1986 covering 100 square kilometers and the reserve eating up 200 square kilometers of land both defined by the warm azure ocean, swaying coconut palms on white sandy beaches protecting marine life and migratory birds and in this marine park there is Mtwapa and Tudor Creeks full of blue waters favoring snorkeling, water skiing, windsurfing and diving.

  • White sand beaches

Visit Mombasa for a beach holiday on white sand beaches like Nyali, Bamburi,Shelly, Tiwi, Shanzu and Diani which all provide visitors refreshing water, relaxation and recreational facilities. These white sand beaches are located in Northern and Southern parts of Mombasa.

Planning to visit Mombasa this holiday for a leisure holiday, dont miss out on these exciting historic attractions and beautiful sand beaches. To inquire about renting a car for self drive or guided tour around Mombasa town, simply send us an email to or call us on +254-713510387 to speak with the reservations team.

Tips To Follow When Driving In Nairobi With A Rental Car

Popularly known as the Green city in the Sun; Nairobi is not only the capital city of Kenya but also the countries business and financial center. There’s lots to do when in the city most notably a tour around Nairobi national park, national museum, sheldrick wildife trust and shopping malls.

Nairobi is a pretty big city with numerous streets and as such you will require private means to get around especially if you are a first time visitor. You can go online and book services of a Nairobi car rental agency and avoid the stress public means guarantee to deliver.

We at Nairobi Car Rental Services offer a wide range of rental cars for hire at affordable rates, whether you want to explore the city with a driver or prefer self drive, we got you covered. However driving around Nairobi is no easy task and so we have put together some tips to help get by safely and comfortably when on the streets.

1- Book the right car – Make sure you get the suitable rental car in Nairobi to save money. A compatible SUV like Rav4 or simple saloon car like Corona will do the job, they are easy to drive and good at economizing fuel.

2- Keep the car safe – Before you accept the car keys, make sure you fully inspect it to find out if it has any mechanic, exterior or interior problems and once all that is in check, make sure you maintain it that way to avoid extra charges from the car rental company on return.

3 – Drive Carefully – This car rental tip mainly applies to situations of traffic jam and highways as well. En-devour not to panic or get out of line when in traffic jam as you risk getting a traffic fine or colliding with neighboring cars.

4- Avoid distractions – A slight second off focus on the road can lead to accident and that’s why distractions like talking on a cell phone, social media chatting or even talking while looking at a passenger is a huge risk when driving in Nairobi streets or anywhere in the world for that matter.

5- Fasten Your seat belts – A seat belt is a very crucial part of accident control and in Nairobi it’s a traffic offense not to put on one when driving just like any other country. Once you seat down, make sure you put on your seat belt and tell the passengers to do the same as well.

6 – Respect traffic signs & lights – This tip should infact be number one because it’s a life and money saver, obeying the traffic rules is very crucial if you are to explore Nairobi city safely and comfortably. Take great caution of the sign posts and follow the lights; Green means Go and Red means Stop- simple.

7- Dont Drink & Drive – One of the leading causes of accidents in the world is driving under the influence of alcohol. You will never be stable on the road when drunk hence endangering your own life, passengers as well pedestrians and other drivers on road. So please stay away from the alcohol if you are driving, you can get a sober driver if you feel you cant handle.

So if you plan on visiting Nairobi for a city tour, business trip or park tour and would prefer to drive yourself, the above car rental tips will definitely help you out.

You can rent a car in Nairobi city today by filling in this short contact form or sending an email to or simply call us now on +254-713510387 to speak to our reservations personnel.

Top 5 Tourist Activities To Do When On Holiday In Kenya

Kenya has long been one of the top safari destinations in Africa, regarded as the birthplace of safari. Blessed with an abundance of wildlife, various cultures plus amazing landscapes & water bodies , there is no denying that a safari in Kenya is always worth every penny you pay.

There are a variety of things to do when on holiday but we have broken them down to top 5 activities guaranteed to give you that full safari experience.

1 – Tour Nairobi City – Nairobi is not only Kenya’s capital and major business center but is also a popular tourist destination popular visited by tourists looking for a short wildlife safari adventure in the Nairobi national park; Kenya’s first national park. A typical Nairobi city tour will include game drive in the park, visit to the Giraffe center, a short trip to the Karen Blixen Museum and of course the infamous nature safari walk where you will get chance to encounter popular wild animals like lions, rhinos, leopards, hippos plus the infamous ivory burning site monument.

2- Do Game drives in Masai mara – Situated in south western Kenya in Narok county is one of Kenya’s most popular wildlife parks. Popularly visited for the wildebeest migration, the park is also home to the infamous BIG FIVE species plus other mammals like the wildbeest, zebras, gazelles, hippos and a variety of bird species. You can get chance to encounter all these during a guided game drive through the park.

3- Visit the maasai communities – The most popular and largest Nilotic group are the Maasi people. They occupy places close to some of the most prominent Kenya safari parks. They speak the Maa language and have been a major cultural attraction in Kenya for ages. A visit to their community is the best chance you will get to interact and witness or get involved in their day to day lives and activities they do. Putting on that shoal and sandles and dance with the Maasai is one of the best cultural experiences in East Africa.

4- Visit Watamu Park – Kenya’s first marine park is another spectacular attraction you can t miss out on your safari holiday in Kenya. Situated north of Mombasa town , Watamu is home to a variety of fish species with up to 600 species recorded plus crustaceans, molluscs, stony coral and invertebrates. Top activities to do when in Watamu park include boat tours, dolphin and whale watching , swimming with dolphins, submarine tours, kayaking, surfing, canoeing among others.

5- Mombasa beach tour – There is no better destination to relax and interact with friends and family than in Mombasa. The second largest city is home to a variety of historic sites as well beaches with the most popular being Diani & Shelly beach. A guided Mombasa tour also offers you cahnce to visit the Haller park, a famous park started by Dr Haller home to a few wild animals including girafes, zebras, water bucks, various bird species and of course the famous 130 year o,de tortoise that adopted a hippo; quite amazing isnt it.

Planning to visit Kenya for safari holiday and still wondering what activities to include in your itinerary, then the above 5 shouldn’t miss out if you want to get the full safari experience in one of Africa’s greatest safari destinations. You can book a Kenya safari adventure online by filling in this short contact form or by simply calling us on +254-713510387 to speak with the reservations team.

We look forward to giving you the best trip of your life

Bryan Hulk- Nairobi Car Rental Services

About Self Drive In Uganda

Uganda has become one of the top safari destinations in Africa thanks to its diversity of wildlife species , local and international attractions plus the weather welcoming locals and security to top it all off. For the start, the road network in Uganda is currently in good condition and upgraded therefore you have not to worry about the condition of the roads. All roads have enough and easy to view sign-posts that will guide you on how to drive on each part of the city and upcountry.

A self drive trip in Uganda national parks, around the city and villages offers tourists a chance to explore at their own pace and time, a rare when it comes to guided safaris.

Tips on helping you plan your own self drive trip.

Tip 1: Plan

Take some time with your travel partner in case you are traveling two or more , or even if you are one on this trip, to sit down and plan well for destinations you would like, how many days you will be spending in the area. If you have trouble in planning please do contact Travel Company so that they can help you make an orderly itinerary. This saves you back tracking in the itinerary or double trekking hence making you so tired.

Tip 2: Get all the information about the country

Make sure you get and study all the information about the areas you will be driving through, meaning study about the cities, villages and attractions in most of the areas you will be driving through. This can help you know what to expect on the road. For example if you are driving western Uganda, visiting the equator is part of the whole adventure; therefore you have to know where to find the equator. Though it is still safe to book your self-drive trip with a professional tour company.

Tip 3: Get to know what you need

After inquiring about your soon upcoming road trip, get to know what you need for the trip. Know what to carry and what not to bring along. It is not advisable to move with pet animals along like cats and others in parks. It is safe to carry both warm and thin clothes for both cold and warm season as Uganda is endowed with both climatic changes. Get a GPS, the Global Positioning System, this gadget is very useful on your road trip as it guides you on the distance and the area you are. Make sure you have all your important identification documents like driving license, passport and other valid documents like park entrance permits, tracking permits in case you have any tracking activities.

Tip 4: Hire the right car

Make sure you are hiring the right car for the purpose of your travel. If you are going to be having a business travel around the city then salon cars do serve the need. Knowing the right car to use saves you the trouble and frustration you may incur in-case the vehicle is not helping at all. Contact the tour company for the type of vehicle that can suit the desired purpose of the trip.

Tip 5: payment mode

Now having settled all your requirements for the self drive trip, make your payment with the reservations company and make sure to get all the receipt showing confirmation of your trip. Paying 100% rental gives you a stress free adventure as you don’t have to panic over calls asking for balance payment. Finish your payment before the tour starts. Please do provide your contact details, so that you keep in touch with the rental company in case of any challenge on the road you can be reached easily.

To book a self drive trip in Uganda today, simply send us an email to or call us on +256-758540071 to speak with our team of travel experts.

Why The MiniVan Is The Ideal Group Vehicle To Hire In Kenya

For safaris, road trips or upcountry drives together with your family or friends, a mini Van is highly recommended given its seating capacity of 8-9 passengers with comfortable seats spacious enough to give a great breathing room. For the case of a super custom, it bears in it reclining seats luxury enough for one to take a nap during the trip or when parked.

Below are some reasons why you should choose to rent a safari van in Kenya for group tours to the park and super custom van for luxury city trips.

Spacious for passengers
The minivan has a seating capacity to carry up to 9 passengers with everyone enjoying the comfort in it. This vehicle is very suitable for a family or friends looking forward to travelling together enjoying the same bondage they experience while at home or a recreational centre. With the reclining seats of the Super Custom, one can stretch backwards and take a nap in it provided the number is minimal.

Spacious cargo space
The Minivan is assembled with a cargo space for carrying things like cooking and eating utensils, camping gears and safari bags and the safety of your luggage is guaranteed not forgetting their shape. The safari van comes with a rack built up on top the passengers can place their luggage.

4 wheel drive
The Minivan has the ability to travel through rough terrains be it rocky or muddy, getting stuck in a pothole or mud during your travel should none of your concerns because of the in-built 4×4 mechanism it comes with. So with this kind of a vehicle, you and your friends or family will not have to be delayed on the way because of bad road conditions.

The pop-up roof
With this pop-up roof, tourists can engage in game viewing in the park, along the way while taking beautiful pictures and additionally, the pop-up roof gives sits passengers a chance to stretch their legs and the whole body while travelling and provides them with fresh air.

If you are thinking of having a road trip or a safari with your family or friends around Kenya and searching for the ideal cars, then you should choose between the safari van or super custom depending on where you are going. To book a group van in Kenya today, simply send us an email to or call us on +256-758540071 to speak with the reservations team.

Top 5 Attractions In Nairobi City

Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya founded by the colonial authorities in the British East Africa as a rail depot on Uganda railway and the town massively grew replacing Machakos as the capital of Kenya in 1907. The name Nairobi was derived from a maasai phrase” Enkare Nyrobi” which means “cool water” referring to Nairobi River flowing through it and Nairobi City occupies 696 square kilometres (270 sq mi) harboring an estimated 100 international companies and organizations including United Nations Environment Programme and United Nations Office at Nairobi.
Today’s richly famous culture and history of Nairobi and Kenya at large is kept in the museums and some of the wildlife securely lives in Nairobi national park, the Giraffe Centre and David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust which are among the tourist attractions within Nairobi.

Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National Park is Kenya’s first park just 7 kilometers away from skyscrapers in Nairobi’s City centre with a rhino sanctuary protecting over 50 endangered rhinoceros and other wildlife animals in the park include the lions, buffaloes, elephants, cheetahs, warthogs and gazelles not forgetting over 400 bird species reported in the wetlands. The former Kenyan president Daniel Arap Moi burnt 12 tons of elephant tusks and rhino horns in 1989 to boost Kenya’s conservation image globally and today a monument stands in this historic site marking it as a famous ivory burning site.
There are activities like Nairobi Safari walk which gives visitors a splendid chance to sight wildlife on foot and hippo pools, trails which will deliver you to the school of hippos.

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Located just at the entrance of Nairobi National Park, this wildlife center was founded by Daphne Sheldrick in memory of her late husband David Sheldrick in 1977 to protect the orphaned elephant and rhino calves under the rescue and rehabilitation program which later sees these wild animals released into the national parks when grown up and healthy. While in the center, visitors can watch while the calves drink from giant baby bottles and all collections received at the entrance are directed towards the conservation efforts.

Giraffe Center
The Giraffe Centre is situated at the edge of Nairobi National Park where visitors can directly face the endangered Rothschild’s giraffes and has a Giraffe Manor with a sole mission to provide conservation education for children. The visitor center displays information about these beautiful creatures, and a raised platform allows you to feed them at face level with specially prepared pellets. This is one of the most popular things to do from Nairobi, especially with children and after bonding with these beautiful giraffes, visitors can experience a self-guided forest walk in the nearby nature reserve.

Nairobi National Museum
This museum displays different cultural and natural historic exhibits with an estimated 900 stuffed birds and mammals, fossils from Lake Turkana, ethnic displays from various Kenyan tribes, and local art. In the Geology Gallery, visitors can study beautiful collection of rocks and minerals then learn about tectonic plates and the volcano life cycle.
The Hominid Vault contains a collection of prehistoric bones and fossils, including the preserved fossil of an elephant, and visitors can opt to buy tickets, which include entry to the nearby Snake Park with living specimens of common reptiles.

Bomas of Kenya
This place is a tourist village in Langata, Nairobi established in 1971 by the Kenyan government and is considered to be a living museum by Kenyans and its visitors because of the impressive cultural dances and songs performed in the large theatre giving guests delightful experiences especially about lifestyle, art, music, crafts, and culture of each Kenyan tribe forming a recreational and traditional village with homesteads or bomas each depicting the culture of major ethnic groups.

Nairobi is popularly referred to as the Green City in the Sun and is the second largest city in the Great Lakes region after Tanzania’s Dar es Salaam that you wouldn’t want to miss visiting and the most affordable way of making your dream visit there a reality is for you to call us today on +256-758540071 or send us an email to to inquire or book online.

4 Best Rental Cars For Business Travelers in Nairobi City

Majority of foreigners visit Nairobi city for leisure and safari tours while some are in town strictly for business and as much as they would love to have fun, a business tourist always makes the deal a number one priority making arrangements for accommodation and transportation weeks or months before arriving. We at Nairobi car rental services understand how much it means for a business travelers to have that private , comfortable and safe ride to a meeting in the city and that’s why we take great pleasure in finding you the ideal rental cars for hire in Kenya in case you plan on arriving at the meeting in style and most importantly on time. Whether you decide to travel with a driver or prefer driving yourself to the location, there is no denying that a car will add points and show your partners or colleagues that you are person of class who takes business seriously.

There are only a handful of rental cars ideal for business travel in Nairobi city but we have narrowed them down to the best 3 based on style and number of inquiries we get from business clients in need of them.


Toyota Premio – This classic 4-door sedan is one of the most requested rental cars in Nairobi for business travelers as well as leisure tourists mainly because it is cheap and ticks all the boxes for business class agent. The 3 box body configured car can accommodate up to 4 people with spacious space for cargo in the rear. Rates range between US$ 50 to 80 per day excluding fuel.

Mercedes Benz models – The German made cars are one of the most popular luxury cars in the world , renowned to ooze  elegance and royalty straight from the fancy shiny exteriors that feature a fierce front  to the cozy leather seat interior made for a King & Queen. There is no wonder the Mercedes Benz classes like E, C, S or any other model are wide3ly used for as bridal cars fro weddings in Kenya. If you are a business traveler and looking for that VIP ride to the meeting in the city, then a Mercedes benz should be your number one choice. Rates for hiring a Mercedes Benz in Kenya go for US$ US$ 180 to US$ 200 per day excluding fuel but includes driver.

Range Rover –  The Range rover sport is rental car in Nairobi that not only shows class and wealth but also signifies that you really ready to make money. Regarded as the royal car, the Range rover’s interior and exterior makes it the perfect car to rent for business meeting in Nairobi. it could be  the Sport or Rogue version, our team at Nairobi Car Rental Services will be more than happy to get ity for along with chauffeur and fuel.

Land Cruiser V8 – Another one of the infamous Land cruiser models, the V8 is made for business and special events like weddings. It can accommodate up to 5 people comfortably with an eye catching exterior and comfortable interior. You don’t need to speak much as the car itself will show what you are all about. In versions or Black and white, the Land cruiser V8 is one of the best rental cars fro business trips anywhere in the world.


You could be looking for an SUV, luxury car or small VIP van, Nairobi Car Rental Services is ready to get you a perfect rental car for business trip in Nairobi city. You can get in touch with us today by sending an email to or call us on +254-713510387 to speak with the reservations team.

Let us give you or clie3nts a comfortable and pocket friendly road trip around Nairobi city.