FULL DAY NAIROBI CITY: GIRAFFE, ELEPHANT & NATIONAL PARK

  • The name is Nairobi comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nairobi, which translates to “cool water”. Established in 1946 Nairobi national park is the only national park that borders a city. It is located approximately 7 kilometers from the city center covering an area of 117.21 km2. The park’s predominant environment is open grass plain with scattered acacia bushes. To the South of the Park, there is a riverine forest along the permanent Nairobi river.
  • the park has a large and diverse wildlife population. Species found in the park include Cape buffaloes, baboons, eastern black rhinos, gazelles, zebras, Tanzanian cheetahs, Coke’s hartebeest, hippopotami, leopards, Masai lions, elands, impala, Masai giraffes, ostriches, vultures, and waterbucks. The David Sheldrick Trust runs a sanctuary in the park that hand-rears orphaned elephant and rhinoceros calves and later releases them back into secure sanctuaries.
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