Attractions of Nairobi Safari Walk in Kenya

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Don’t make a mistake and leave Kenya without a visit to Nairobi Safari Walk a refuge for the wild. Let us be your guide to all you need to know about safari walk in Nairobi and the attractions of Kenya.

More about a Walk in Nairobi City

Only 7 km south of Nairobi lies the Nairobi Safari Walk, Kenya’s conservation based recreation facility.

The combination of skilled and creative landscape design, unique wildlife species and detailed interpretation, renders the facility supremacy in tourism and conservation education.

With a combination of three simulated, forests, wetlands and savannahs, visitors have an opportunity to learn about these valuable resources and how they can contribute to its conservation.

Some unique plants and animals that are locally extinct or threatened are also isplayed.

This is the place to learn how to take part in wildlife conservation quest. The Nairobi Safari Walk is an eye opener to Kenya’s Parks and Reserves. It offers an opportunity to learn what to expect to see across the country.

Introductory talks on Kenya’s parks and reserves, can be arranged by naturalists.

Experience a taste of Kenya’s rich animal collection including the rare bongo, white rhino, albino zebra, a collection of cats, antelopes and primates.

NSW is also home to a collection of about 150 species of local trees. Get to learn their variedtraditional uses too.

The unique design of the Safari Walk includes the interest of all visitors, families, students, tourists, and all others are catered for.

Contact details

PO Box 42076Tel: +254 (0)20 602121, 603769 Fax: +254 (0)20 00324Email:

Contact person

Senior Warden


Nairobi Province

Distance from Nairobi

7 km


117 square km

Park fees

Go to or contact tour operator.

Climatic conditions

January-March is hot and dry, April-June is hot and wet, July-October is very warm and wet.

Major Attraction

Three major ecosystems namely wetlands, savannah and forest ecosystems; variety of mammals, reptiles, insects and birds; The boardwalk; Children Museum


Lion, cheetah, leopard, crocodile, pygmy hippo, zebra and albino zebra, buffalo, colobus monkey, ostrich, bongo, oryx, tortoises, turtle, rhino Birds: wide variety of birds and insects


Roads: located only about 7 km from the city centre, the NairobiSafari Walk is easily accessible on tarmac roads, off Lang’ata Road, Kenya Wildlife Service headquarters.


Visitors can stay in various lodges and hotels located inNairobi City Centre.

Best time to visit

All year round


Walking Safari, wildlife viewing, Children’s Museum, guidedwalk, talks and lectures, tree identification, nursery techniques.

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