Nairobi National Park is an exceptional biological community by being the main secured territory on the planet near a capital city. The park is found just 7 km from Nairobi downtown area. The savannah biological community contain diverse vegetation types. Open grass fields with dispersed acacia shrub are prevalent. The western side has a good country dry woodland and a changeless stream with a riverine backwoods. Toward the south are the Athi-Kapiti Plains and Kitengela movement passage which are imperative wildlife dispersal territories amid the rain season. Man-influenced dams inside the park to have included a further living space, great to specific types of winged creatures and animals. The park has a decent variety of conditions with trademark fauna and vegetation. Open grass fields with dispersed acacia hedge are overwhelming. The western side has a good country dry backwoods and a perpetual waterway with a riverine woodland in the south. Moreover, there are stretches of broken shrubbery nation and profound, rough valleys and crevasses with clean and long grass. Man-influenced dams to have likewise included a further living space, ideal to specific types of winged creatures and other oceanic biota (living things). The dams likewise pull in water subordinate herbivores amid the dry season. Significant wildlife attractions are the Black rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, bison, Giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, elands and various birdlife with more than 400 species recorded.
Wildlife seeing is at its best in the Dry season (when animals can without much of a stretch be seen around water sources), from June to September, in spite of the fact that it's conceivable to visit Nairobi NP whenever of the year. Wildlife viewing is typically progressively troublesome amid the long rains (March to May) and the short rains (October to November).
Nairobi is the most easily accessible national park in Kenya due to its proximity to the capital city.
Roadways: Nairobi National Park is just 7km from Nairobi's downtown area by means of Langata Road and guests can arrive by private or open mass transport.
Airways: You touch base through Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Wilson Airports.
The yearly wildebeest and zebra relocation happens from July to October when 1.5 million animals move looking for water and brushing. The best time to see this unbelievable development is in July and August. The endangered black rhinoceros is conserved here and the park supplies dark rhinos to other national parks. Other wildlife attractions to the park incorporate the lion, cheetah, leopards, bison, giraffes, hyena and zebras.