Nairobi National Park
94 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
You don’t need to leave the city to go on safari. Nairobi National Park lies on the edge of the capital and is 117 square kilometres of wilderness, despite the city backdrop. They have more than 40 lions, nearly 100 rhinos, migrating wildebeest, and zebra—no two visits are ever the same. You can self-drive or book a driver to take you around. The main gate can get busy at the weekends, but what most people don’t know is that you can enter through any of the other park gates if you buy your ticket in advance. Try East Gate, just off Mombasa Highway, or Maasai Gate, at the south end of the park.
Tips from locals
Wonderful experience of Safari game drive and animal orphanage visit. 16 km away from Royal Cheatau de Delamere
Fascinated by the only wild safari within city, and the wild grilled game meat is tantalizing
If you love animals, then you will appreciate this beautiful wonder. A national park in the middle of the busy Nairobi. A park where you can take tours, walk around, picnic or even camp if you like.
A rare and a must do....a unique park with lions, rhinos, buffalos, leopards, cheetas, antelops, elands and many other animals.
Nairobi is the only city with a game park within it. Enjoy seeing lions, buffalo, cheetah, buffalo, zebra, giraffe, antelopes, gazelles, ostrich and many more in the wild
Encounter animals in their natural habitat. Chance sighting a real life wild chase, one running for food & another for dear life.