Nairobi safari walk Kenya – “The Closest you can get to the Wild” With its raised wooden boardwalk that allows for uninterrupted views of the animals, the Safari Walk is a show case for Kenya’s Parks and Reserves, allowing visitors to discover what they can expect to see across the country. Visitors can see a sample of the country’s rich animal life including the rare bongo, white rhino and albino zebra as well as big cats, antelopes and primates. It is also home to some 150 species of local trees.
Nairobi being the only capital city that has a National park within its borders means that you come from the concrete jungle to the actual jungle in less than an hour. The beauty of the Nairobi National Park is that it has various sections; you can either visit the animal orphanage which as the name suggests houses orphaned animals.
It has a wide variety of animals which include; Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Buffalo, Antelope, Zebra, Pygmy Hippo, Bongo Rhino, Columbus Monkey, eland and White Rhino There are also reptiles and a wide variety of birds and insects.There are over 400 species of birds 20 of which are seasonal European migrants.
At Nairobi Safari Walk, you can include in the following activities:
-Picnic and photography-it has great picnic sites
The annual average rainfall is 869 mm. The wettest month of the year is April while July is the driest.
Nairobi has a warm and temperate climate. Average annual temperature is 19°C. The warmest month of the year is March, with an average temperature of 21°C. The coldest month of the year is July, with an average temperature of 18°C. You can visit Nairobi all year round. Nairobi is situated close to the equator and it hard to have extreme weather.