HALF-DAY GROUP TOUR
NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK
Get Your Safari On! Just Minutes From Downtown
Starting from/returning to Nairobi area hotels or the airport.
Departing Every Saturday
We’ll pick you up for the quick ride to this nearby national park. Begin your adventure in style – in a shared 4 x 4 pop-top Jeep with guaranteed window seating.
Same day bookings? Not a problem!
Here’s a great intro to safari life. Nairobi National Park is close to the city but it’s the real deal. Incredibly, within sight of Nairobi’s skyline, you can spot lion, rhino, giraffe, buffalo, cheetah, hyena, and plenty more.
Where else in the world can you see downtown skyscrapers frame a grazing herd of giraffes? This is no zoo or theme park. No cages here. This is wildlife, naturally on the savannah as they have roamed for millennia.
Just think, minutes ago you were in a world-class capital city – now you and your group are on the plains where the East African migration of wildebeest and zebra invades by the thousands on their annual trek.
Lion City Limits
The park is only 10km (6mi) south of Nairobi, but sightings of lions and hyenas are common. Seeing primal nature so close is an almost surreal experience – your friends won’t believe your photos!
And there’s lots more to experience in this unique spot – rhinos, hippos, ostrich, and hundreds of species of colorful birds. For us at Africa Kenya Safaris, this is our home park, and we take special pride in showing it off.
So gather your friends or just hop aboard with other like-minded adventurous souls for this value-based easy group safari.
Fast & Flexible
At AKS you write the rules. Travel and explore at your own pace in you own way. We’re fast, flexible, and always ready to respond to your requests. Book in advance or even the day before. We’ll get you out on safari – pronto!
Help Us Save the Kifaru… the Rhino
Do you speak any Kiswahili? You do now – kifaru is the word for rhinoceros. The park supports the largest population of endangered black rhinos in Kenya and has earned the special nickname of Kifaru Ark.
Your visit helps fund the care and protection of the park’s rhinos. The conservation efforts here have been so successful the rhino population has steadily increased. Now the park has become a source for these endangered creatures for other reserves around the country.
Make Some Friends
A group safari is a great way to make friends and meet other safari-loving adventurers. Share photos, swap stories, and maybe even discover other parks together. We can arrange other group tours for you throughout our country-wide choices of great national wildlife reserves.
At Nairobi National Park You Can Walk the Walk
Here’s another unique feature of the park – walking trails. Most national parks have few if any walking trails… not here. Enjoy your choice of a series of well-marked trails and get closer to the action.
There’s also a walking trail to the hippo pool and you’ll watch for crocodiles there as well. While you follow these trails keep your camera ready for sightings of white or black rhino and cheetah, buffalo, and possibly leopard or lion.
Check Out Your Ride
Experience your Africa Kenya Safari in a customized pop-top roof 4x4x Safari Jeep that features: Portable fridge/Cooler Box, 4 Binoculars, long-range high-frequency radio, 4G/LTE broadband WIFI connectivity, AC 230 V Power Outlets, First Aid Kit, Safari Guide Books, Baby Seats (on request), Side steps (on request) and most importantly an expert multi-lingual safari guide who will ensure you have an incredible safari experience.
Poaching – The Ivory Burning Monument
Perhaps the most dramatic symbol in the park is the Ivory Burning Monument. Created as a protest to rampant elephant poaching, several past presidents of Kenya burned hundreds of tons of illegal ivory at this spot – about 5% of all captured ivory in the world.
These dramatic ceremonies were a turning point in Kenya’s awareness of this criminal enterprise and began its dedicated commitment to protecting the country’s elephants.
Morning or Afternoon Tours – The Choice is Yours
Our group tours of Nairobi National Park are 5 hours in duration, and we offer a choice of a morning or afternoon departure.
The morning group tour begins at 7:00 am and ends at noon.
The afternoon group tour begins at 1:00 pm and ends at approximately 6:00 pm.
Just contact us at Africa Kenya Safaris and we’ll set up your day!
Time Capsule of Nairobi Park Tour
We’ll pick you up from your Nairobi hotel, or your choice of location in a 4 x 4 pop-top safari Jeep. Enjoy bottled water or a soft drink as we travel to nearby Nairobi National Park for a 5-hour exploration of lion, leopard, white and black rhino, cheetah, giraffe, buffalo, ostrich, birdlife, and other game.
We’ll also take a guided walking tour of the hippo pool trails. Of special note: we will visit the Ivory Burning Monument – site of the ceremonial destruction of poached ivory and an important call to end this illegal behavior.
At the tour’s end, we’ll depart for your hotel or other location of your choice.
- The Big Four (no elephants) and much other wildlife on game drives
- Good chance to spot rhinos
- Walking trails and the hippo pools
- Over 400 species of birds
- Visit the Ivory Burning Monument
- Meet other safari lovers
OUR TOUR PRICE
Please check out our price for this group safari – you’ll see it is the most reasonable anywhere. There are no hidden fees, plus you’ll travel in safari-style in a 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeep.
|Group Safari (per person)|
Your Tour Includes
- Shared transport in 4wd pop up to safari Jeep
- Services of English / other language speaking driver guide
- Game viewing drives
- Park entry permits
- Bottled drinking water
- Government taxes and local levies
– Items and services of a personal nature
– Tips & Gratuities
Why Visit Nairobi National Park?
Take a break from city life to refresh and recharge amongst the lions and the rhinos.
If you’ve come to Kenya on safari, this tour is a great way to get a taste of the wildlife experience before you journey on to the big parks.