The Nairobi Safari Walk is one of those places you go to and are amazed at its beauty and are left with nothing but to appreciate Mother Nature. More than often, I have gone there, but every visit usually has a different feeling of satisfaction and pride. And the layout is so amazing to say the least.
Built on the concept of conservation, this is a unique place offering to you the best of conservation efforts that are being done, not only there but all over the country. To both the locals and tourist this is also an eye opener of what to expect in Kenyan parks and National reserves.
What To Do At The Nairobi Safari Walk
Go See Animals
As said earlier, this is place that gives you a glimpse of the Kenyan parks and reserves. And if you are in the green city in the sun, you will have the opportunity of enjoying this gem first hand.
So, what is better that coming to see the animals? And there are a good number of them. You will be able to see some cat species, albino zebra, primates, white rhino and the bongo. Plus there hundreds of tree species here.
Go for an Outside Classroom
It is not uncommon for teachers and students to be seen at the Nairobi Safari Walk . This place is literally a learning resources centre for plant species, habitats, plant nurseries and a demonstration plots. What’s more? There is even a classroom! And to add on this, there have a group of talented staff that will answer your questions and take care of you.
Have a walk! Have fun!
This is what probably takes me there. The walks are always lovely and take about 1-2 hours. And you are walking on raised broad ways thus bringing you to the proximity of the animals. And those two hours will not be boring, as you stroll though beautiful landscapes and the best environment Mother Nature gives you.
What to carry
Having a camera is a must; you do not want to miss anything. Plus scribbling something is very important especially if you are a student. You must not leave you note book. That said, you can carry anything you deem fit for outdoors.
How To Get There and Entry
The Safari walk Nairobi is located just 7km from the city centre off Langata Road. It is just adjacent to the only park within a city in the world and the Nairobi National Orphanage. This makes it one of the places to consider visiting if you are also visiting the orphanage and the park.
The park is open to the public from 8.00am to 5.00pm daily and the entry fee is very small. If you want more information, please use the link below to their website or call.
Physical Address: Adjacent to Nairobi National Park off Langata Road
Cell: +254 20 2587435
+254 20 2587437
What is you experience at the Nairobi Safari Walk . I love hearing your feedback.