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Nairobi Safari Walk Day Tour | 2 Hours

An Education Guided Walking Tour that offers an Eye Opener to Kenya's Wildlife Parks and Reserves. It Offers you an Opportunity to Learn What You expect to See Across the Country


(Nairobi Safari Walk is located at the Kenya Wildlife Service Headquarters - a big complex located on Langata Road. Nairobi Safari Walk lies only 7 kilometers south of the city of Nairobi and is Kenya's new conservation based recreation facility. It is just 30 meters from the entrance of the Nairobi National Park.)


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Nairobi Safari Walk

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Nairobi Safari Walk is a Kenya Wildlife Service Conservation project seeking to inform visitors to Kenyan's wildlife and their habitats. The Safari Walk is a splendid conservation facility designed to enhance visitor's appreciation of Kenya's flora and fauna.


It is a showcase of Kenya's vast natural diversity. Nairobi Safari Walk provides visitor with an experience of Kenya's three eco-systems namely the savannahs, forests and wetlands. Located 7 Kilometers from Nairobi city, Nairobi Safari Walk gives visitor a clear picture of what to look forward to in Kenyan National Parks.


Guests can walk along the raised boardwalk, through the different habitats and observe from close range the wonderful variety of wildlife in each eco-system. The raised wood walkways provide souring views out over the shimmering stretches of savannah in the Nairobi National Park with observation points down onto waterhole's and the wildlife that frequent them.


Meandering through 27 acres of wilderness, Nairobi Safari Walk offers a neatly encapsulated walking safari. The Safari walk is open every day from 8:30 am to 15:30 pm. Animals include: Antelopes and gazelles such as Bongo, Gazelle (Thomson's), Gnu (White-bearded) and Impala.


Other ungulates and mammals include; Buffalo (Cape) and Warthog (Common). Carnivores include; Cheetah, Hyena (Spotted), Leopard and Lion.




Nairobi Safari Walk Day Tour 2 Hours Prices

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1st Jan 2015
31st Dec 2015
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* Entrance Fees to the Safari Walk

* Professional Guiding services by an African Spice Guide

* Nairobi Safari Walk prices above include transport from Nairobi your Nairobi City hotel and back

* Nairobi Safari Walk tour can be combined with the tour of the Animal orphanage located 10 meters away




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Nairobi Safari Walk Itinerary

Nairobi Safari Walk depicts three major habitats: Wetland, savannah and forest. Armed with this information, you set off for the walk. The entrance is a wetland which is terraced in order to accommodate different types of plants. From here, you move anti-clockwise into the ground level walk.


The attraction here is hoofed stock (antelope, zebra, wildebeest etc), hyena, rhino, lion, leopard and cheetah. You get to see the animals in their simulated natural habitats and with strict adherence to the highest standards in wild animal husbandry.


Moving on, you enter a release Boma, which will be used to hold the rhino before releasing it into the wild. The boma in this instance becomes a hide from which spectators will be able to look down on a rhino through the eye holes - set at different levels and heights. When the rhino is finally translocated, visitors will be able to also see it from the ground level.


You then enter into a tropical dry forest. The main attraction here are the birds. You can also look out for insects and plants. The walk through this section is really soothing. The area is cool and benches have been provided for those who prefer to sit and listen to the birds singing and insects calling.


There is so much to see and learn as you walk down the well maintained paths. Here you hardly notice how time flies away. At the end of the walk, you emerge into a “look out” viewing section with views straight onto a water hole in the Nairobi National Park. This viewing point gives the visitor an opportunity to see all sorts of game - if you are lucky.


The final section of the Nairobi Safari Walk is a board walk built at tree top level. From the board, you have an aerial view of the whole facility. You also see a leopard blind which has been cleverly constructed at tree branch height so that there is no need for one to look up at the animal.


The animal is lounging in high branches. At first it is scary as you notice that there is no glass in this side, but then you relax as you discover that the distance between the tree and the blind is too far a distance for the leopard to jump across.


The base of the blind is covered with an iron sheet and electric fencing for added security. There are also separate lion and cheetah blinds. Here, behind a 25 mm thick laminated glass, you sit down to view the lions and the cheetahs at ground level - in their enclosed savannah habitat.


While doing the board walk, you also get another look into the park itself, overlooking a dam. From here, you see baboons scavenging for food. Their young ones clutched on the backs or underneath their mothers.


From the viewing point, you begin your uphill walk and suddenly emerge at the starting point. You realized then that the whole board walk actually covers one and half kilometers.


The Nairobi Safari Walk has been designed to blend in with the natural environment. It is made of sisal and gum poles. Interestingly, even the waste bins and light shades are built from these materials so that nothing looks out of place.


And if you are tired and would still like to capture the breathtaking scenes, there are benches and shaded areas where one can rest. And if you are thirsty, water fountains are conveniently located.


You don’t need to feel insecure even for a moment while strolling in this natural habitat. Electric fencing, moat and chain link fence have been discreetly placed for the dual purpose of providing a good view and security. This ensures that the animals remain in their designated habitats.


The unparalleled design of the gates means that the animals can access their sleeping areas without interference. The whole walk takes almost two hours. The Nairobi Safari Walk has been artistically constructed - zig zags, bends, tree canopies, hills etc.




Rangers Restaurant
After the Nairobi Safari Walk you are free to visit the Rangers Restaurant for a refreshing drink. This joint is located at the end of the board walk overlooking a water hole. Click Here



Booking & Reservations for Nairobi Safari Walk located at the Kenya Wildlife Service Headquarters on Langata Road next to the Animal Orphanage

Booking Office Tel: + 254 718-179-967

Mobile : 0721-242-711 - Kenya






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