Hi. I’ll be working in Upper Hill and sending my kids to the International School of Kenya. I’ve heard about Nairobi traffic. What’s the best neighborhood between Upper Hill and ISK for families with teens? Thank you.
Our guide to Areas and Suburbs in Nairobi is an overview of the most popular expat neighbourhoods in the city, and might be a good starting point for your research. Most areas have a number of attractions and entertainment options, so your teens should have more than enough to see and do in Nairobi. Hopefully, some local expat experts will also be able to give you some advice.
Best of luck!
Hi Krisus, you could also look at this thread - accommodation in Nairobi -http://www.expatarrivals.com/answers/where-can-i-find-safe-accommodation-in-nairobi
I am a realtor. I can help you with the process of finding and leasing a home by sending you a listing for starters. We can check the areas best for you, for instance Riverside which is between Upper Hill and where International School of Kenya is. We can proceed to do viewings at no cost. Let me know if interested.
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