Nairobi Safari Walk

The Nairobi Safari Walk is a protected Animal Orphanage. It neighbors Nairobi National Park about 30 m away.

Consider Nairobi Safari Walk as an introduction to the Nairobi National Park and Kenya’s National Parks and Reserves.

It is a selling point of Kenya’s wildlife tours. What you see is what you expect to be replicated and more.

It has a raised boardwalk made of wood- in a traditional or natural style-that allows stunning and uninterrupted views of the wildlife and the surrounding environment.

Nairobi Safari Walk Attractions

Why is Nairobi Safari Walk so popular? Here is why.

  • It has 3 major ecosystem-Savannah, Forest, and Wetlands
  • A Natural Boardwalk
  • Great Wildlife including reptiles and birds
  • A Children’s Museum
  • An Ivory Burning Site Monument
  • A Hippos Pool
  • Amazing Picnic Sites
  • An Animal Orphanage

Nairobi Safari Walk Animals

It has a wide variety of animals which include; Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Buffalo, Antelope, Zebra, Pygmy Hippo, Bongo Rhino, Columbus Monkey, eland, and White Rhino.

There are also reptiles and a wide variety of birds and insects.

There are over 400 species of birds 20 of which are seasonal European migrants.

Things to do in Nairobi Safari Walk

At Nairobi Safari Walk, you can indulge in the following activities:

  • Game viewing
  • Corporate events
  • Bird watching
  • Walking around
  • Picnic and photography-it has great picnic sites

Nairobi Climate and Weather        

Nairobi has a warm and temperate climate.

The average annual temperature is 19°C. The warmest month of the year is March, with an average temperature of 21°C. The coldest month of the year is July, with an average temperature of 18°C.

The annual average rainfall is 869 mm. The wettest month of the year is April while July is the driest.

When to visit

You can visit Nairobi all year round. Nairobi is situated close to the equator and it hard to have extreme weather.

Nairobi Safari Walk Tour/Safari

You can visit this local attraction as a single tour but most of the cases; it is combined with visits to other local attractions in Nairobi to heighten the fun level.

Whether on this tour as a single tour or in a blended Nairobi City Tour there are items you must put in your list of ‘must-carry Items”.

Nairobi is a city in the sun. So, please carry some drinking water and wear a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.

Also, remember to carry your camera and binoculars to capture the moments.

Nairobi Safari Walk Charges/Entry Fees

charges are as follows:

Citizen (KES): Adult 215, Child 125
Residents (KES): Adult 300, Child 170 
Non-residents (USD): Adult 22, Child 13

Payment methods accepted include M-pesa, VISA Card, and Direct Bank Deposit to Kenya Wildlife Services Accounts.

How to get here

By Road, the park is 10 km from the city. You can use public means, hire a Taxi or join a safari on hire.

By Air-through the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or Wilson Airport.

Contacts

You may contact the Kenya Wildlife Service through their

Telephone No: +254-20-2379407 Email: nsw@kws.go.ke

Nairobi Hotels and Lodges

There is no accommodation inside ‘the walk’ or in the Nairobi National Park. Accommodation is offered by the best world-class hotels in Nairobi city.

Happy Nairobi City Tour!

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