Nairobi National Park is Kenya oldest National Park and the first to be established in East Africa. It is the crown jewel of Kenya's conservation drive and its very unique in its offerings. No other city in the world can boast a natural wilderness, teeming with wildlife and home to over 450 species of birds just 10 Km from Nairobi city center. With an Oasis of lion gold plains, acacia-fringed rivers, leopard-stalked cliffs, plunging gorges and murky hippo pools this versatile park hosts its own wildebeest migration and is the only place on earth where you can find a black rhino grazing against the silhouettes of office blacks and skyscrapers. With long sloping plains of black cotton soil scored by deep river valleys and gorges, Nairobi National Park is full of unexpected beauty and diverse habitats which include rolling grassy plains, riverine woodland, dense thicket, Rocky gorges, dry upland forest ad man made dams and pools. on the Western end of the park right near the main entrance, is where most of the woodland is concentrated making it a good location to spot giraffe's and at dawn leopards. The various man made dams and ponds draws a concentrations of up to 25,000 wild herbivores especially during the dry season.
Nairobi National park thriving prides of lions prefer the open country while the cheetah families can be spotted sunbathing on top of the directional signs. Leopards are found in their quiet familiar spot lying along the branches of the riverrine Acacias. Enclosed in the NATIONAL park is one of Kenya's most successful Rhino Sanctuaries that has received wide acclaim world over. Nairobi National Park has the Highest density of Black Rhinos in the Country. Nairobi National Park is an Ornithological Paradise with exceptional bird life records a remarkable 450 species, their numbers swell between March-May when a host of Europe bird migrants make the park their home. Look out for the MARABOU storks, vultures and Hawk Eagles perched high in the Acacia trees and on the grassland for Secretary birds, Kori Bastard, Ostrich, Crowned Crane and Gorgeous Jackson Window bird.
1 Day Nairobi National Park also offers a short self guided nature trail patrolled by KWS Rangers leads out of a shaded picnic area along the Athi River and offers the opportunity of viewing Hippos, crocodile, Monkey, Terrapin and a large variety of birds. The Nature trails are connected via a foot bridge to Olmakao Masai Cultural Village where visitors have an opportunity to interact with the indigenous Masai Community. We also have Nairobi Safari walk just before and to the right of the Nairobi National Park main gate offers the rare chance of viewing different animals behaving as they would in their natural habitat. Traversed by panoramic raised timbered boardwalks it also makes for an informative walk and an enjoyable family outing. The Park has an Altitude of 1540 - 1780m and covers 117sqkm, its only 10Km from the city center and was Gazetted in December 1946 as Kenya First National Park. The Climate January-March is hot and dry while April - June is hot and wet and July - October is very warm and wet. The Park has three main Zones, dry highland forest at the western end, Riverine - forested areas to the south and Rolling Grassland which cover 98% of the park.
After the 1 Day Safari the Guests are either dropped back to the Airport or to The hotel of their choice in Nairobi.
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Included In The Package Above
1.Transport with Safari pop up Vehicle
2. Park entrance fees
4. Drinking water
Excluded In The Package Above
1. Soft drinks sodas beer etc while on safari
2.Tips for the Driver