The Nairobi National Park is located a few kilometers from the City Centre. The park has varied wildlife species, there are chances of spotting the famous big cats, the big five and other mammals that include zebras, giraffes, gazelles, ostriches, Impalas along with a variety of bird species. Visitors can either take personal or guided game drives where wildlife can be viewed in a natural setting. Individuals who prefer a more intimate interaction with wildlife can visit the Safari Walk and view animals at close range from a safe vantage point.
The park has designated picnic sites including Kingfisher, Impala and Mokoiyet where you can have a bite to eat while taking in the sights and sounds. Amazingly the facility also has provisions for events such as weddings, video / film shoots, team building sessions and corporate functions.
Nairobi National Park boasts of a rhino sanctuary that plays a big role in the repopulation of the endangered species such as the black rhino. The park also has an animal orphanage which takes care of orphaned animals caused by predators, or other natural effects. Visitors are allowed to visit these animals and interact with them.
Nairobi national park is most famous on the world map as the place where Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt came face to face with cheetahs subsequently adopting a 3 month old cub which he appropriately named ‘lightning bolt’.
Why in Nairobi on a short stay, spare time and visit Nairobi National Park for game viewing with Gorilla & East Africa Safari