Nairobi Safari Walk

The Nairobi Safari Walk, formally the Animal Orphanage, was established in 1964 as a refuge for wild animals found abandoned, orphaned, or injured throughout Kenya. The Nairobi Safari Walk is a wonderful conservation facility designed to enhance the appreciation of Kenya’s three main ecosystems, the wetlands, savannahs and forests with their respective inhabitants. As well as the possibility of getting upclose to some of the orphaned animals, the raised timber walkways provide soring views, out over the simmering stretches of savannah in the Nairobi National Park with observation points down onto waterholes and the wildlife that frequent them. The 27 acres of wilderness offers a neatly encapsulated foot safari.