When to Book Your Lake Nakuru National Park Safari.

Answer: We recommend booking your Lake Nakuru safari several days before the date of your safari. 

Lake Nakuru National Park

As you plan to visit Lake Nakuru National Park, or any other safari destination in Kenya, going for a game drive will be one the highlights of your safari. 

Booking your safari early enough will make it possible to engage a qualified safari guide in Kenya. A professional safari guide will not only give you the asurance of safety as you explore the tough wild terrain, but will also make it possible to have a memorable game viewing experience. Prior booking of your safari is the way to go when looking for an experienced safari guide. 

The option of booking your game drive on the date of travel is also possible. But this option leaves you with the uncertainties of late planning. 

If you would like to know more about the attractions and see more safaris to Lake Nakuru National Park, see this comprehensive guide to booking your Lake Nakuru National Park

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​A Game Drive Close To Nairobi City: Nairobi National Park Safari

If you are looking for a way to unwind and enjoy the sights and sounds of the wild, then Nairobi National Park is the place to be. Heading out for the Nairobi National Park Safari allows you to experience game drives a few minutes drive from the city center. As you head out for the half-day game drive, you will have the chance of being away, but not far from the city.

Nairobi - Green City in the Sun

Nairobi city is the best starting point for Safaris to the rest of the country and other destinations in East Africa. Whether you are planning your first safari experience in East Africa, or are a discerning traveler looking forward to your next great Kenya safari experience, Nairobi offers a good starting p​​oint for your Kenya safari. 

Going for a safari within Nairobi gives you a break from your schedule, as you remain close to the city. The Nairobi National park offers the opportunity for a wild experience in close proximity to the hustle and bustle of Nairobi city life.


Transportation for The Nairobi National Park Safari

Nairobi National Park is close to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, which links to international destinations. Closer to the park is the Wilson airport, which serves light aircraft and conveniently connects the capital city to the different destinations around the country. 

Based on the convenience of movement, you can enjoy a Nairobi National Park game drive early in the morning, while preparing for a trip to Mombasa, Kisumu, Masai Mara, Amboseli, or any other place in Kenya by evening. 

We offer airport transfer services, where taking a flight makes it possible to enjoy the convenience of spending less time on the road and having more time exploring the City's wild side. You can book your airport transfer as a stand-alone service or as part of the Nairobi National Park four-hour game drive. 

After the Nairobi National park game drive, you can either be transferred to your hotel, head off to your next Kenya Safari destination, or be transferred to the airport to catch your flight. The transportation process is efficient and done on time. You can also count on the services of our professional safari guides during transportation from one destination to the next or the airport transfers. 

Other Attractions Around the City

You might take the option of a Nairobi National park game drive and have some time left to visit some more attractions near Nairobi city. In this case, consider visiting the Bomas of Kenya for a cultural experience, Giraffe centre, Karen Blixen Museum, Elephant Orphanage or embark on a guided walking tour around Nairobi City. 

In the short excusrions added to your Nairobi National Park safari, you will have a chance to see Kenya’s different cultures celebrated through song and dance (Bomas of Kenya), conservation efforts meant to preserve some of Kenya's endangered animal species (Elephant Orphanage), learn more about Kenya's history, and experience Nairobi's vibrant culture as reflected in the people you meet (Nairobi City Guided Tour). For any other activities you choose to add to your itinerary, you are sure to have a memorable experience exploring the ' Green city under the sun'.

Booking the Nairobi National Park Half-day Tour

You can make bookings for your Nairobi National Park game drive in simple steps. Start off by Sending us your details (Name, contact number/email) the date and time you wish to safari, and the number of travelers. We will then respond and guide you on how to secure you booking via payment. 

You can embark of this tour as a private game drive, or join a group (Social distancing guidelines apply).

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A Unique and Memorable Cultural Experience: Bomas of Kenya Excusrion



This Bomas of Kenya tour will give you the opportunity to share in the the local people's culture and lifestyle.

The Bomas of Kenya hosts traditional song and dance performances by members from the different cultural communities in Kenya. It offers a way of appreciating the differences between Kenya's different tribes, in a friendly atmosphere. 

The Bomas of Kenya is a perfect example of a Kenyan Cultural hot-spot, which offers a display of the different vibrant Kenyan cultures. It is among the few places around Nairobi City where you will have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with the Kenya's cultural communities, at a friendly rate.

The performers are usually dressed in traditional attire, and perform in front of an eager audience. Excitement saturates the atmosphere as traditional song and dance bridge the gap between African tradition and modernity. Near the end of the dances, the excitement reaches a climax, as the audience from all over the auditorium is drawn in the performance. The dancers, audience, and singers all join together in the traditional dance and song. It is a place worth a visit during your visit to Nairobi.

At the Bomas of Kenya, you will also have the opportunity of visiting the traditional homesteads, which are replicas of the traditional homsteads owned by Kenyan communities.

The auditorium opens on weekdays (2:30-4:00 pm) and weekends+Public Holidays (3:30-5:15pm). On weekends and public holidays, the management grants access to traditional villages (10:00am - 6:00pm).

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Exploring Kenya in Search of the Big Five: Masai Mara, Samburu, Aberdares.


This safari offers the opportunity to explore the arid northern Kenya frontier and the South-west plains that form the Masai Mara. 

The Samburu National Reserve hosts different species of birds and animals. A visit to the reserve will give you the opportunity to see the Rothschild giraffe, Beisa Oryx, Grevy's Zebra and the Reticulated giraffe. These are species unique to Samburu National Reserve, and the surrounding areas. The Ewaso Nyiro River cuts through the reserve, offering the only reliable source of water for animals during the dry season. The dry season is the best time for visiting the Samburu National Reserve. Predators stalk the unsuspecting prey, as thirst forces them to come to the rivers banks for a drink.

Proceed to the Aberdares National Park, and check in to the Ark. The elevated accommodation facilities at the Ark make it possible for visitors to observe wildlife and take pictures from a vantage point in the balcony. Accommodation at Tree tops lodge gives visitors a view of animals as they come to drink at a water pool located close to the lodge.

After spending the night in Aberdares National Park, head to the Masai Mara Game Reserve, which will also mark the climax of your Big Five Kenya Safari. Head out for morning and afternoon game-drives in Masai Mara reserve and discover the unmatched numbers of animals and birds at the rerseve.

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A Safari to the Top Wildlife Destinations in Kenya: Masai Mara, Amboseli, Lake Naivasha


This wildlife safari gives you the opportunity to view Kenya's wildlife in the country's top safari destinations. 

Start-off your Safari in Nairobi and proceed to the Amboseli national Park. Large elephant herds roaming in the plains of the Amboseli National Park is one the main attraction in the park. Numerous bird species also inhabit the park, making this an attractive safari for bird-watching enthusiasts. The Mount Kilimanjaro offers scenic views on early mornings as the suns' rays illuminate the snow-capped mountain. 

After departure from the Amboseli National Park, head for Lake Naivasha. The lake and its surrounding environment is favorable for bird-watching tours. A visit to Hell's Gate and optional boat ride at the Lake Maivasha will give you a memorable safari experience. 

After departure from Naivasha, proceed to the Masai Mara Game Reserve, which will mark the climax of your Kenya wildlife safari. The Masai Mara is among East-Africa's top wildlife viewing destinations and hosts large concentration of wildlife and activities such as hot air balloon rides to give an aerial view of the reserve.

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Safari Options Available in Nairobi, Kenya


You have the desire to explore Nairobi City? Well, you will be in for a rare treat. Nairobi will serve you well as a first time or regular visitor. It is deservedly regarded as the suitable departure and end point for most safaris in the East African region. You can rarely have a dull moment in the city under the sun. The unique aspect about Nairobi is that, with some cash at hand, informed choice of attractions, and enough time to spare, you will be treated to some of the best attractions and cultural experiences available in East Africa. Some attractions and leisure spots in Nairobi offer free access, while some charge an entrance fee. Talking of Kenyan cuisine, diverse and vibrant local cultures, and history of the city - its all part of Nairobi city. Its all part of what makes Nairobi city one of the unique places in Africa. Some of the many Safari options to consider in Nairobi include;

David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage
Karen Blixen Museum
Giraffe Centre
Nairobi National Museum & Snake Park
Carnivore Gardens
Uhuru Park
Nairobi National Park
Bomas of Kenya
Ngong Hills
City Park
Karura Forest
The Forest 

The best way is to choose an attraction based on your interests, time at hand, and how much you are willing to pay for the activity. It might prove challenging to try visit all attractions in a day. Working with an experienced local guide will prove useful as it will save you time and money. The guide will also organize your transport at a friendly rate. Depending on the length of your stay in Nairobi city, you are likely to get much value at highly reduced prices.  Having a map of Nairobi showing the local attractions might prove useful if you decide to do a lone excursion in the city. In case you are a non-resident learning few Swahili words will help you feel comfortable communicating using National language. 

Your appreciation of the beauty in Kenya's wild side will most likely start with an exploration of the safari options available in Nairobi city.



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