Nairobi National Park

Close to the capital city of Kenya, Nairobi National Park provides the distinct opportunity to view and photograph African wildlife in the backdrop of a cityscape. This is a unique visual combination, where wild animals can be photographed with modern man made structures in the composition. Due to this discrepancy, the park offers one of the oddest, yet easily accessible game drive experiences. The Nairobi National Park is also known to have the world’s densest population of the endangered Black Rhinos. The park has a diverse range of habitat, which plays a key role in the sustenance of the various species found here. Along with open grasslands, bush forests, long grass and rocky valleys, Nairobi National Park is also dotted with scrubs, acacia and a river system. This results in a wide variety of bird species, apart from hosting Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Hyenas, Giraffes, Antelopes and Buffalo. Spotting the resident Cheetahs and Leopards requires a bit of patience in this park, but the Lions and Hyenas are sighted regularly.