|Monday||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||8:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
National orphanage This is like a trap for animals why do they have so many trapped lions and old leopards and now a young cheetah trapped. There is no breeding program. Staff in no protective gear serving feeds by hand and can easily infect the animals. Trapped cats that do nothing because they are now unable to be reintroduced to wild. One wild dog- how terrible this is. A pack animal without a pack. Then worst of all a rat 🐀 population that is larger than all the trapped animals. A hurt baboon that was left alone and when the staff were asked about the animal they say "there are many of them". Lions roar at each other. Patrons run around throwing bottles and water at the lions to get them to move. So disgusting. This is a sad place. Safari walk... Completely different. Very well designed and well done worth the walk worth the trip to some extent. Without a breeding program or a sustainability plan then it again becomes a dying experience. I hope others will read this and get the courage to petition change as I have. Wildlife is not for tourism and not for others to maintain. They are Gods creatures and God gave charge of them to us.
The Nairobi Safari Walk is a great place for some rest and relaxation out in the wild. Along the walk there are several flora and fauna situated around the walk. One can't get close as they are separated by the walkway. The most one can pay is $3 for East African citizens which is a fair deal. Don't expect a really long walk or picnic site however.
Very few animals in the park, the few animals are now well maintained. The small water bodies are dirty and littered and not healthy for Crocodiles and Hippos. The walking path is not well maintained. Most animal cages are empty. Generally the pace is wanting and could do with a lot of improvement
Visited on a hot Sunday afternoon. Most animals were asleep and hidden. I particularly liked that there were information boards with trivia about the different animals. Friendly guards and reasonable entry fee. Note that only M-Pesa and cards are accepted for payment
Great place to go with the kids.. It's not too long that they get too tired and it's got awesome stories on the animals.
Beautiful, clean and well arranged. Unfortunately its not possible to clearly see animals such as the leopard and lion since they wander and sleep at distances not visible to the eye let alone the camera.
This is a cool and serene place, to have a taste of nature, fresh air and the beautiful image of tropical animals and plants... Its a nice break from the city's noise...
The best tourist destination for the lovers of nature walk, safari drives, retreats, picnics and camping. Early morning safari drives gives you the opportunity to see all the animals before they Hybernate. Thrilling feeling interacting with the untouched wild at the Nairobi national park. World class customer service with very informed tour guides. An experience like no other
This is probably the best nature trail in nairobi at the moment. The best time to visit is however in the afternoon you tend to see more animals then (even though in shaded areas at times) as compared to a morning visit. There are guides who are happy to take you round at a fee and can therefore help make your visit there more worthwhile. No food or drinks allowed inside the park. It is not a strictly enforced rule but the baboons would happily steal your backpack or purse to get whatever food is inside.
Enjoy what you can see in the wild with a selection of rescued wild animals at the Safari walk. All animals here cannot be taken back into the wild as their integration back into their original wild setting has not been done and still the research is inconclusive. I will recommend this place to travellers in a hurry, however if you have the time enjoy the natural world by doing a complete safari.
I chose to go to this place because I wanted to treat my friend on a low budget, but I also wanted a place where we could talk, feel free out in the open. Nairobi Safari Walk provided just that. The photos along the pathways were also breathtaking. Fair warning, it might not be as exciting as a safari since the animals are in fenced sections. PS. You can carry snacks and seat in one of the booths observing the lions or a rhino😉
This is a nice place for families to go for an easy walk. You will see some wildlife and relax. Tourists do have to pay quite a bit for this short stroll. It is $22 USD for an adult. It takes about an hour (2 hours if you dawdle) to go through the exhibit. Outside the facility are a lot of baboons. Watch your bags. They will come and grab it if they see an opening.
A nice place for a family walk, love birds and anyone seeking some tranquillity. Very calm and serene. A variety of wild animals also spices it up. However, the rate of repair and maintenance is extremely slow.
It was awesome. Once you go for the walk, you'll definitely want to come back for the game drive. The entrance fees are cheap...
It's a good place to enjoy an afternoon away from the hassles of the city. And make sure to have an amazing company
A nice place to visit for relaxation and exploring the wild Africa. Its an appropriate place for a family outing or just a simple date.