For Nairobi National Park, we had to get up brutally early for the “show”. Our guide had told us that the best time to get a glimpse of most of the wildlife would be just when they were getting to the watering holes, which was around 6.00am. I’d advise a packed breakfast or something similar.
Spectacular views, lush greenland and moments of unguareded wildlife is what we experienced. Definitely somewhere i’d go back to.
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This Walk is a great alternative to the Park, especially if you're not a morning person lol. While it is basically a zoo, the animals have huge spaces to wander about and are barely enclosed. Thanks for the support and remember y'all, #LoveLife A&M
The alarm sounds before sunrise. Almost tempted to cancel the days plans and go back to sleep. But. Today is special. Today we are going on a wildlife safari in Kenya. An hour later with a couple of cups of coffee in the system we are ready at the gates…
Monkeys are plentiful in Kenya. You can meet them in the wild across the country. But if you want a truly cure experience with monkeys try going to the orphanage attached to the Nairobi National Park. The park rangers rescue orphaned monkeys found in the national park and bring them…
A trip to the savannah of the Nairobi national park is highly recomemnded. You can drive in your own car and explore at your own pace. You are advised to stay close to your vehicle as plenty of big predators roam the savannah and you might just end up as…
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