Nairobi Safari Walk
Only 7km south of the city of Nairobi lies the Nairobi Safari Walk, Kenya's new conservation based recreation facility. The combination of skilled and creative landscape design, unique wildlife species and detailed interpretation, renders the facility supremacy in tourism and conservation education.
For Kenyan Vistors
With a combination of three simulated, forests, wetlands and Savannahs, local visitors have an opportunity to learn about their valuable resource and how they can contribute to its conservation. Some unique plants and animals that are locally extinct or threatened are displayed so that the public can learn the dangers facing conservation today. This is the place where you learn how to take part in wildlife conservation quest. Take home learning resources will be given to all participants in any of our programs.
For International Visitors
The Nairobi Safari Walk is the eye opener to Kenya's Parks and Reserves. It offers you an opportunity to learn what you expect to see across the country. Introductory talks on Kenya's parks and reserves, can be arranged for you by the naturalists. You will have a taste of Kenya's rich Animal collection including the rare bongo, white rhino, albino zebra, a collection of cats, antelopes and primates. NSW is also home to a collection of about 150 species of local trees. Get to learn their varied traditional uses too.
For Learning Institutions
Teachers and students at all levels can utilize the Safari Walk as a learning resource center based on their school curriculum. We have a variety of learning resources including the habitats, plant species, a classroom, plant nursery and demonstration plot. The education staff will also prepare specific learning activities for you on request. Take-home-learning resources will be given to all participants in any of our programs.
Nairobi safari walk is for you.
The unique design of the Safari Walk includes the interest of all visitors, families, students, tourists, and all others are catered for. Activities at the safari walk:
- Guides Walk
- Talks and Lectures
- Tree Identification
- Nursery techniques
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