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Nairobi national park is the oldest of all Kenyan parks. It is known for its black rhino sanctuary and despite bordering the city, it is the home to lions, leopards, and hyenas as well as many other Kenyan animals, Its closeness to Nairobi also means it is very accessible to Kenyans and tourists alike who want to experience a safari without having to travel and stay overnight elsewhere.
Depart in the morning after breakfast towards Nairobi National park for a morning game drive; take an exciting 4-hour game drive through the park. The Nairobi National Park has been around since 1946 and wildlife here is bountiful despite the backdrop of skyscrapers and the roar of jets landing. The setting is a blend of savannah and swampland and is home to the highest concentration of black rhinos in the world with a population of over 50 living here at the Nairobi National Park.
Almost every species of plains animal apart from elephants is found here; gazelles, zebras, buffaloes, warthogs, cheetahs, giraffes, lions, ostriches, and leopards. The wetland areas sustain over 500 recorded species of bird including helmeted guinea fowl, francolins, kori, white and black-bellied bustards, quelea turacos, mousebirds, ostriches, and a variety of game birds and birds of prey.
After the game drive, you will have lunch at Carnivore Restaurant which was voted one of the 50 best restaurants in the world and it justly sets the standards. The giant barbecue pit is overloaded with skewers of beef, pork, lamb, chicken, camel, ostrich, and crocodile; as long as the flag on your table is flying, waiters keep bringing the meat. There is also a good choice of delicious vegetarian dishes on offer for non-meat eaters. Thereafter, a drop off at your hotel.
Price $ 140