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.
- Three major ecosystems (wetlands, savannah and forestry);
- Variety of mammals, reptiles, insects and birds;
- The boardwalk;
- Children’s Museum.
- Wildlife - Cheetah,lion,leoapard,pygmy hippo,zebra colubus monkey,bongo rhino.
- Wide variety of birds and insects.
Protected Area Type
When to go
What to take with you
- Drinking water, picnic items. Also useful are: binoculars, camera, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and a guidebook
- Diverse birdlife:Has over 400 bird species. At least 20 of which are seasonal European migrants.
- Home to over 100 mammal species, four of the Big Five (lion, Buffalo, leopard and rhino)
- Has a spectacular wildebeest and zebra migration
How to get there
- Road: Nairobi Safari Walk is about 7km from the city centre and is easily accessible on tarmac roads. Located off Lang’ata Road, Kenya Wildlife Service head office.
- Large predators- lion, leopard, hyena and cheetah.
- Aggregations of large herbivores- eland, buffalo, zebra and wildebeest
- Ivory Burning Site Monument
- Walking trails at hippo pools
- Nairobi Safari Walk & the Orphanage.
- Spacious accommodating picnic sites
In - Park Accommodation
- No in-park accommodation. Plenty of accommodation to choose from in the city of Nairobi.
Park Entry Fee
Nairobi Safari Walk
* Kindly refer to the document KWS Tarrifs 2016 below for other services and charges