When? October - April
Unique in being located alongside a major city, the 120-km² Nairobi National Park encompasses a wealth of contrasting habitats, ranging from open grassland and lightly wooded plains with rocky valleys to seasonal swamps, dams, forest-lined rivers and streams, and – along its western boundary – a thin strip of upland forest.
Gazetted in 1946, the Park is Kenya’s oldest conservation area, with a bird list running to 520 species, of which 200 can often be seen in a single day.
A day tour at Nairobi National Park offers a gentle orientation into the world of safari giving you a taste of what to expect from the bigger parks spread around the country.
Few things can be as exciting as watching the game all morning but sitting down for a picnic lunch inside the park during your day tour is a unique experience to look forward to.
There are plenty of other activities for those taking a full day tour including taking a walk at the hippo pools, checking out the historic ivory burning site…
Why you'll enjoy this...
Don't forget to carry...
- Field Guide
- Comfortable shoes and a hat
- Notebook and pen
- Camera and accessories
Book your Nairobi National Park bird-watching experience here...
- Professional photography & guiding services
- Transport in private tour vehicle with open roof
- Pick up from and drop off to your area of residence or hotel within Nairobi.
- Personalized service
- Tips and gratuities to driver/guides
- Alcoholic drinks
- Entrance fee to activities labelled as “extra”
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