The Nairobi National Park

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Welcome to Kenya’s most accessible yet incongruous safari experience. Set on the city’s southern outskirts, Nairobi National Park (at 117 sq km, one of Africa’s smallest) has abundant wildlife that can, in places, be viewed against a backdrop of city skyscrapers and planes coming in to land – it’s one of the only national parks on earth bordering a capital city. Remarkably, the animals seem utterly unperturbed by it all. The park has acquired the nickname ‘Kifaru Ark’, a testament to its success as a rhinoceros (kifaru in Kiswahili) sanctuary. The park is home to the world’s densest concentration of black rhinos,  Visitors can enjoy the park’s picnic sites, three campsites and the walking trails for hikers.

Some of the wild animals found at the Park.

The best time to visit the park is during the dry moths, from July to October, and also January and February. July has the lowest rainfall among all the months of the year. Along with July, August is the driest month in Nairobi.

Wildlife viewing is at its finest in the Dry season (when animals can easily be seen around water sources), from June to September, although it’s possible to visit Nairobi NP any time. Wildlife watching is usually more difficult during the long rains (March to May) and the short rains (October to November). During these months, rainfall might restrict game drives and the grass tends to be very high.

Nairobi National Park is a principal attraction for visitors to Nairobi and also serves many residents, as well as a successful rhino sanctuary, the park has an excellent record for supporting the species and nurturing them until they are re-located to their former range and to other upcoming sanctuaries. Nairobi National Park has the aggregations of large herbivores eland, buffalo, zebra, and Wildebeest Ivory Burning Site Monument Walking trails at hippo poos Nairobi Safari Walk and the Orphanage. Spacious accommodating picnic.

Attractions In Nairobi National Park

Attractions in Nairobi National Park : Nairobi National Park is at (117 sq. mi, one of the Africa’s smallest national park) but the park has abundant of wildlife that even can be even viewed against a backdrop of city skyscrapers and planes coming into land, it’s the one of the only national parks on earth bordering a capital city. Remarkably, the animals seem utterly unperturbed by it all.

Attractions of Nairobi National Park.

Nairobi Animal Orphanage.

Nairobi Orphanage is one of the most famous attractions in the Nairobi city which is situated in Nairobi National Park, from the city the orphanage can be reached in 20 minutes. Nairobi Animal Orphanage is also known as the Nairobi Safari walk which is a treatment and rehabilitation center for wild animals located in Nairobi National park, the orphanage is part of the Nairobi city tour and can be visited by the tourists who are interested in experiencing the wildlife in the park. Nairobi Animal Orphanage primarily serves as a least cost attraction for Kenyans including school children who may not be able to visit Kenya parks and reserves.

Nairobi Animal Orphanage

Nairobi Animal Orphanage was established in 1963 September  for some reasons; that is to give care and temporary sanctuary to young wild animals which had been found deserted, or whose mothers had been killed, or whose owners wanted to give them to the National Parks, which makes it the oldest orphanage of its kind in Kenya, the orphanage has various species of animals like the lion, rare Sokoke cats, leopards, baboons, buffalos, various monkeys, Ostriches, cheetah, hyena, warthogs and many more and bird species like the Guinea fowl, Crowned cranes, Ostriches, Parrot and many others are rehabilitated back to health after being abandoned and injured by the rangers

Bird species.

Nairobi National Park has got over 500 species of the birds in the park. The bird species in Nairobi National park are so beautiful, colourful and attractive with the notable bird species in the park includes the Black-headed heron, Blacksmith lapwing, Common moorhen, Long-tailed fiscal, Ostriches and many others. Nairobi National Park substantial area is of undisturbed grassland, is of the great importance for species of birds like the restricted-range Jackson’s widowbird, which breeds in the park during the rain, other grassland bird species in the park includes the Ostriches, secretary birds, bustards. Other bird species in the park includes the Kori bustard, Lesser Kestrel, Martial eagle, Sooty falcon, White-bellied bustard, African Darter, African fin foot, gabar goshawk, augur buzzard, bateleur, Bronze-winged courer, Masai Ostrich, Abyssinian thrush, Fischer’s lovebird, Lappet-faced vulture and many more.

Nairobi National Park offers good bird watching throughout the year, but the best time is from November to April when he migrants from Europe and North Africa are present. And as well the species are nesting at this time as it coincides with the breeding season.

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