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Masai Mara Safari
Nairobi NP located within Nairobi city and animals viewed against a backdrop of high-rise buildings. The park's location- near the urban center is unique in Africa. A visit to the park provides a perfect getaway from the pressures of the city and viewing of wildlife is surprisingly good. Majority of the big safari animals spotted except for Elephants. The park has a small walk at the entrance leading through indigenous forests and a wide variety of wildlife enclosures with certain unique animals such as Bongo antelope.
- Perfect wildlife viewing with the presence of the majority of safari animals
- Half a day trip from Nairobi
- It is possible to take photos with animals against the city backdrop
- Safari boardwalk
- Animal Orphanage
- Sanctuary of black Rhinos
- Its nearness to the city lacks appeal for wilderness
- Lack of elephants
- Has only a single lodge
Nairobi NP boats of having a wide variety of wildlife. The park has four of the big five-elephants are not available. The park with a sizeable number of black rhinos and white rhinos and the latter can easily be spotted grazing in the open fields. Leopards are quite shy, but lions, cheetah, hyenas can easily be spotted. Buffalos, Masai Giraffe, and a variety of antelopes are also available. In July and August, a mini-migration of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle crosses into the park and its green pastures from the surrounding regions.
Open grassland covers a vast area of Nairobi National park. The high-rise buildings of the city are visible and from the wilderness perspective, are very disturbing, though it offers opportunities for great pictures. The Athi river track located in the south of the park provides views over the scenic waterway, ridge, and cliffs. The safari walk located at the entrance if the park meanders through the beautiful patch of the indigenous forest.
In Nairobi National Park, the weather is predictable since it adheres to longstanding climatic patterns. An absence of rain and loads of sunshine mark the Dry season (June to October). The Wet season (November to May) has two periods of rain (November to December, and March to May), with an intervening period of drier weather. The high altitude of the park implies cool air and which is the norm at night.
Visitors to the park are treated to dust free skies and offspring’s of animals and migrating birds during the wet season of the year (March to May). However, wildlife is harder to trace, and the driving conditions tend to be testing. The best bet for spotting animals are other months of the year that are drier and sunnier.
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