Nairobi National Park Morning Game Drive (Half Day)
Nairobi National Park is a unique experience for nature lovers. It's the only national park worldwide with its boundaries surrounded by Kenya's Capital City, Nairobi, Just Six Miles away. Are you looking to get up close with some rhinos or explore nature? This location will provide it for your needs. It offers visitors an opportunity to get up close with four out of five Big Five animals and other wildlife species. It includes Common Zebras, Maasai Giraffes, Impalas, Gazelles, Pythons, and countless birds right outside your hotel room. Break the boredom and go on an adventure with your loved ones. Get out of that comfort zone you've been in for so long, or take a vacation from everything else. A great way to spend time together is by going somewhere new.
CHARGES PER PERSON SHARING:
- Tour Van: Kshs 3,500 PPS
- Land Cruiser: Kshs 4000 PPS
PRIVATE SAFARI RATES
- Tour Van (Max. of 7 Pax), Ksh 21,000
- Land Cruiser (Max. of 7 Pax), Kshs 24,500
- Meet and Great
- Shared SafariVehicle up to Seven Pax
- Services of English or Bi-lingual driver-guide.
- Park Entry and Conservation Fee for Citizens
- 500 ML Drinking water
- Guaranteed Window Seat.
- Park Entry and Conservation Fee for;
Non-Resident: USD 43, Child: USD 26
Nairobi National Park Safari Itinerary
0500 Hrs - 0630 Hrs:
Your experience begins when our safari driver-guide picks you up at the airport, hotel, or Nairobi Central Business District, International House next to Hilton Hotel. You'll go straight to the Nairobi National Park Main entry gate / East Gate / Langata Gate. Approximately a drive of fifteen to thirty minutes from Nairobi Central Business District.
0700 Hrs - 1300 Hrs:
Check-in at Nairobi National Park Gate. The park is a photographer's dream, and the cityscapes are perfect for attracting visitors of all types.
The wildlife is everywhere and so picturesque that one can't help but stop for a moment or two just soaking up their beauty!
Wildlife likely to be spotted in Nairobi National Park includes; Four of the Big five, which are Leopards, Lions, Both White and Black Rhinos and Buffaloes, and other wildlife such as Maasai Giraffes, Impalas, Gazelles, Baboons, Wildebeest, Warthogs, Hyenas, Vervelt and Sykes Monkeys, Eland, Waterbucks, Silver Backed Jackals, Crocodiles, Common Zebras, Hippopotamus, Cheetahs, the endangered over 400 birds species including some migratory species.
While on with the game drive, various stopovers and specifically the designated sites will be offered. This includes: Ivory Memorial Burning Site, The Impala Viewpoint Picnic Site, Kingfisher Picnic Site, Hippo Pool Picnic Site, and Mokoiyet Picnic Site
All the picnic sites have to be declared safe from wildlife by the Kenya Wildlife Service rangers before they are open for public use. Alternatively, always make sure you have a ranger before alighting at the Picnic Sites.
Dams in Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National Park has various water points for wildlife. This includes various dams such as Hyena Dam, Embakasi Dam, Athi Bassin Dam, Hoppo Pool, Nagolomon Dam, and Ormanye Dam.
1330 Hrs - 1400 Hrs:
Exit the park, and clients are dropped off at their respective hotels or Nairobi Central Business District, International House Next to Kencom.