The vast main post office is a well-organised edifice close to Uhuru Park. Around the back of the main building is the EMS office, for courier deliveries, and there’s a Telkom Kenya office upstairs.
Probably the best of a number of private ambulance and emergency air-evacuation companies. It also runs private clinics at various locations around Nairobi, including in Westlands.
For courier deliveries. It's cheaper than the private couriers, but queues here are longer. Located around the back of the main post office.
This society aims to raise awareness about the park and protect wildlife-migration corridors connecting to other Kenyan regions.
Telkom Kenya has dozens of pay phones. Many stands downtown sell Telkom Kenya phonecards and top-up cards for prepaid mobiles.
A free service for tourists in trouble. Has a good nationwide network and works closely with the police and local authorities.
Visa extensions can be obtained at this office, around the side of Nairobi's once-feared main administrative building.
Private conservation foundation that works to combat poaching, build community engagement and protect wildlife.
A one-stop shop for medical treatment, with a pharmacy, doctor’s surgery and laboratory.
The consular section is downtown. There's also the high commission office further out.