cheetahs in Nairobi park

greetings from Cheetahs

Are you looking for a short Kenya wildlife safari? Nairobi National Park is your answer. Nairobi National Park is one of Kenya’s most sought after Kenya wildlife safari national park given its close proximity to Nairobi city the capital of Kenya.  Nairobi national park is located only 7km away from Nairobi city and when you make a Kenya wildlife safari visit Nairobi national you will be ushered in with a spectacular view of the Nairobi city skyline as you are so close to Kenya’s capital city. Nairobi National Park is bordered by Nairobi city in the north, Jomo Kenyatta international airport in the east, Oloolua forest in the west, and Tuala area in the south.

A visit to Nairobi National Park puts you on a direct encounter with some of Africa’s prime savanna wild game which includes giraffes, hippos, buffaloes, zebras, wildebeest, lions, cheetahs, hyenas, east black rhinos, waterbucks and baboons. Any birding enthusiastic shouldn’t miss a Kenya safari visit to Nairobi National Park as its home to 500 bird species which include black-headed heron, blacksmith lapwing, long-tailed fiscal, ostrich, Abyssinian thrush, grey crowned crane, Hartlaub’s bustard, kori bustard, martial eagle, secretary bird, white-headed vulture, white-bellied bustard, sooty falcon, Fischer’s lovebird.

For any Africa safari lover, Kenya safaris aren’t complete without a visit to some of other Kenya’s wildlife safaris parks such as Masai Mara National Reserve which is the ultimate place to be in Kenya to watch the spectacular wildebeest migration that occurs annually as over a million wildebeests and half million zebras make a herculean journey from the southern end of Serengeti national park in Tanzania to Masai Mara crossing the indomitable mara river to create spectacle as you have never seen before while on their quest for fresh pastures in the Masai Mara Reserve.

nairobi national park

Nairobi National Park

Check out the Tsavo East National Park And Tsavo West National Park to see more stunning Africa savanna dwellers. You can choose to the visit Samburu National Reserve for more wildlife action while on a Kenya wildlife safaris as its home kings of the jungle with their prides, elephants, warthogs, olive baboon, kirk’s dik-dik, impala, waterbuck, rhinoceros, zebras, gerenuk, African leopard, reticulated giraffe and a number of cheetahs.

While on a Kenya tour to Nairobi national park, you have an opportunity to engage in various Kenya safaris tours activities such a game drives that give put I you position to sight many of the African mammals in Nairobi national park. Engage in a nice birding experience as seek out out several of the 500 bird species that habituate in the savanna plains of this national park of Nairobi.

 Gorilla Safari in Uganda;

Gorilla Safari in Uganda;

After exploring Kenya wildlife, extend your Africa safaris adventure to other east African destinations such as Tanzania which is home to a wide range of Africa savanna mammals in its national parks such as Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, Lake Manyara National Park, Tarangire National Park and all these can be visited on an Africa wildlife safari to Tanzania. Extend your Africa wildlife safari to Uganda and encounter the world’s strongest waterfall Murchison falls with a Uganda safari visit to Murchison Falls National Park, enjoy a classic wild boat cruise over the tranquil waters of the Kazinga channel during your Uganda Wildlife Safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Don’t miss out on a memorable Uganda gorilla safari experience as you get to visit the most beautiful place on the planet for 2019 as voted by CNN, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

Venture out to Rwanda and do a Rwanda gorilla safari with a visit to the magnificent old world mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National Park. Accompany your Rwanda gorilla trekking safari experience with a Rwanda wildlife safari visit to Akagera National Park and check out the chimpanzees of Rwanda as you make your way to the Nyungwe Forest National Park. Still, in Nyungwe Forest National Park, take a canopy walk in the forest canopies of Nyungwe Forest. Are you looking for a place where you can see both the elusive mountain gorillas as well as the lowland gorillas at the same time without crossing borders? Well, a Congo gorilla safari is all you need to have your desires come to a reality. A Congo gorilla trekking safari takes you to Virunga National Park and encounters the magical mountain gorillas and with gorilla trekking safari visit to Kahuzi Biega National Park Congo, your wish of seeing the lowland gorillas comes to pass as Kahuzi Biega National Park is the only place that habituates the lowland gorillas in east Africa.