Nairobi Safari Walk Kenya
Nairobi Safari Walk Kenya provides best ways to get closer to the wild, with its raised wooden boardwalk that gives tourists uninterrupted views of the wild animals. The safari walk is the easiest way as a show case for Kenya’s parks and reserves to allow travelers to discover what they can expect to see across the country. It is also easy for travelers to view a sample or the country’s rich animal life such as the rare bongo, albino zebra, white rhino, big cats, antelopes and primates. The area is also home to over 150 species of local trees.
Key features about the area include as follows;
The area is attached with three major ecosystems for example wetlands, savannah and forestry.
Many variety of animals, reptiles, insects and birds.
The boardwalk is so attractive to visitors as well as children’s museum.
Wildlife; Cheetah, lion, pygmy, leopard, zebras, hippo, colobus monkeys, bongo rhino.
The park Size;
The park size is small in size but very attractive with variety of rewardable species to see. It sits on area of about 0.11 square kilometres.
Climate and Weather
At the beginning of the year January to March can be hot and dry, April to June is hot and wet. July to October is very warm and wet.
Attractions in the Park
The large predators such as hyenas, Leopard, Lion and Cheetah.
Aggregations of large herbivores for example eland, buffaloes, zebra and wildebeest.
Walking trails at hippo pools
Ivory Burning Site Monument and the Orphanage.
Nairobi Safari Walk and Spacious accommodating picnic sites.
Activities done in the Park
The area is a good location for birders boosting with over 400 species of birds of which 20 bird species are seasonal European migrants and this is due to green tree species around allowing birders to have great encounter for birding and some of species to see include; bee-eater, Somali Ostriches, Paradise flycatchers, wild weavers, pygmy, Kingfishers, Narina Trogon among others.
This is one of the best activities to enjoy the area through adventuring it on foot and the view of animals is rewarding such as zebras, crocodiles, monitor lizards, lions, black and white colobus monkeys, impala, elands, buffaloes, waterbucks, vervet monkeys, Olive baboon, hyenas many more.
The area is rewarding with its thrilling board walk thus giving clear photo shot around.
Other activities include walking safari, scenic, Corporate events.
What to carry with you?
They include; drinking water, picnic items. Other useful essentials are binoculars, camera, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and a guidebook.
There is no in park accommodation facilities. The choice of accommodation can be done from in the city of Nairobi.
Best Time to Visit
Nairobi has a warm and temperature climate with annual average temperature of 19 degrees Celsius. The warmest month of the year is March with an average temperature of 21degrees Celsius. The coldest month of the year is July making with an average temperature of 18 degrees Celsius. Nairobi can be visited all year around because it sits close to the equator and it hard to have extreme weather.
Nairobi Safari Walk is located at few driving kilometres of about 7 Kilometres from the City centre and is easily accessible on tarmac roads by means of public means, hire a taxi or safari vehicle.
You can reach there through the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or Wilson Airport.
Nairobi Safari Walk /Entry Fees
The citizen of Kenya an adult is entitled to pay KES 215 and Child citizen of Kenya will pay KES 125 as park entrance fees.
The Foreign resident of Kenya an adult is entitled to pay KES 300 and child pay KES 170 to access the park.
The Non-resident an adult is expected to pay USD 22 and child is to pay USD 13 in order to access the park.