Take A Trip To The Wild Side At The Nairobi Safari Walk

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Are you tired of staring at the same four walls of your house every single day? Looking for something new to do apart from eating and just watching TV? While you can spend your day hiking and enjoying the outdoors, walking is also a great way to unwind. If you want to make it even more interesting, why not go to the Nairobi Safari Walk?


Nairobi Safari Walk


What to know about the Nairobi Safari Walk before you go there

With a ‘The closest you can get to the wild’ tagline, the Nairobi Safari Walk is part of the larger Nairobi National Park. It is a raised wooded boardwalk within the park that allows you to have an uninterrupted view of the wildlife. In addition, you can also enjoy the surrounding flora which includes at least 150 species of local trees. The Nairobi Safari Walk is located about 7km from the city centre off Lang’ata road. It is also easily accessible on tarmac roads from different parts of the city. At the moment, operating hours are from 6am to 4pm with all visitors expected to undergo temperature checks at the main entrance. In addition, you’ll also be expected to wear a mask at all times within the premises. To get the most of your experience, make sure you carry a camera, water and wear some comfortable shoes.


Nairobi Safari Walk Charges

Citizen – KES 200 (adult), KES 100 (child)

Resident – KES 200 (adult), KES 100 ( child)

Non-Resident – USD 20 (adult), USD 10 (child)


Nairobi Safari walk


Main attractions at the Nairobi Safari Walk

While a walk is always a great idea, taking one at the Nairobi Safari Walk makes it a little special. You’ll have a chance to see some wildlife, including rare animals like the albino zebra and white rhino. In addition, you can also do some bird watching or do some nature photography.


Images Courtesy: KWS






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