Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park is a treasure in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. The park is only 13.8km from the capital, about a 25-minute drive. Conveniently accessible by taxi or public transit, being part of the busy metropolis of Nairobi. It’s an incredible chance to observe wildlife in its natural setting, learn about its habits, and discover conservation initiatives in the closest city to the capital. Opting for a park means having the easiest access to numerous hotels in the city center and near the airport.

The current Kenyan president, William Ruto, stated that Nairobi is the only capital where you can find a lion roaming in its natural state. Visitors to the park can participate in activities such as game drives, a boardwalk safari, and a wildlife sanctuary. They can also walk through the park on one of the numerous designated routes, running into elephants, rhinoceroses, giraffes, and many other animals along the way. Only make sure to keep a distance and take decent distant pictures, and birding is also excellent at Nairobi National Park.  You can sign up for a guided bird-watching trip to learn more about the distinctive ecosystem and varied population of birds in the park.