Daily Departures 6am – 11am and 2pm – 6pm including pick up and drop off time.
Nairobi National Park was established in 1946 about 7 km (4.3 mi) south of Nairobi.
Are you visiting Nairobi and would wish to experience a safari within the shortest time possible/available?
With the exception of zoos, there are few places on earth that put visitors face-to-face with wild animals in urban settings. This is what makes Nairobi National Park, the first game reserve in Kenya, so unique. Located just a 10 kilometers south of the city, this national park is the only protected area in the world that sits so close to a nation’s capital. Visitors are likely to spot black rhinos, lions, giraffe and zebra, as well as some of the 400 birds that make Kenya a destination for birders. 4 of the Big Five are represented here except the Elephant!
The park is accessible using one of five gates. Pack a picnic and lunch at the historic monument at the ivory burning site, or visit the three-star Rangers Restaurant and enjoy a meal and a Tusker overlooking the park.
Cost per person US $ 143-Min 2 pax- Non Residents
Cost per person KES 3,500-Min 6 pax- Citizens
Inclusive of transport by 4×4 Land Cruiser, entry fees, game drives