Nairobi National Park, Kenya

Nairobi National Park, Kenya

What you will find on this  Nairobi National Park page;

  • Information about Nairobi National Park
  • Links to Safaris covering Nairobi National Park and links to other activities you can engage in at the reserve
  • Eastern Vacations Tours and Safaris selected accommodation in Nairobi
  • Links to Other Kenya National Parks with related information

Nairobi National Park in Kenya

The Park was Kenya’s first ever National Park.

Nairobi is the only city in the world which neighbors a natural game protection area, harboring over 100 species of Wildlife.

The Park borders the traditional South Kapiti Plains and Kitengela Migration Corridor and attracts a range of exciting game.

Although it is a seasonal park, most of the game, such as lion, leopard, cheetah, impala, coke’s hartebeest (Kongoni), eland, Thomson’s and Grant gazelle, Maasai giraffe, hippo and buffalo, including the indigenous.

Black Rhino, live in the protection in this Nairobi national park all year round.

Herds of plains zebra, wildebeest and eland enter the park during the great migration in July and August to enjoy the rich grazing until the next rains come.

This park is an ideal starting point for ornithological safaris, with over 400 species of birdlife.

Most birds in this park depend on year seasons.

Game birds include helmeted guinea-fowl, yellow-necked spurfowl, shelley’s (greywing) Francolin, Scaly francolin, harlequin quails, hartlaubs turaco, colies, ostrich, crowned crane, kori bustard, ground hornbill, European white stork, abdim’s stork, Egyptian goose, black-necked heron, wood ibis and the yellow-billed stork.

Nairobi National Park Sightseeing

Eastern Vacations tours organize short road safari trips to this national park  .

This are usually short safari trips lasting for half day [4 hours ] or full days.

Safaris to Nairobi park are ideal for those who are on a short stay in Nairobi .

We can combine a trip to Nairobi national park with other points of interest such as Bomas of Kenya ,Karen blixen , Nairobi National museum or even dine at the carnivore restaurant.

During your visit to Nairobi city – consider visiting the Nairobi animal orphanage located nearby

Contact us for special Nairobi safari trips torching Nairobi national park.

Why you should visit Nairobi National park in Kenya

It is the only natural wildlife park found in a capital city in Africa hosting all the members of the big five. Many activities take place in this park including conservation of endangered animals.

A successful rehabilitation is evident at David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. The center advocates for Measures that Complement the conservation.

But the animal orphanage is also known for something else – preservation & protection of wildlife including anti-poaching, safe guarding the natural environment.

Enhancing community awareness and providing veterinary assistance to wild animals in need is done here.

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