The email or password you entered isn't correct. If you've forgotten your password, please reset it. Click here
There was an error logging in, please try again.
Log in to Viator
Log in to add things to your wishlist and access your bookings from any device.
To limit the spread of the coronavirus, attractions may be closed or have partial closures. Please consult government travel advisories before booking. The WHO is closely monitoring the coronavirus and more information can be found here.
Discover the beautiful Nairobi National Park on this half-day tour just outside Kenya’s capital. Take a tour through this wildlife sanctuary and see numerous animals such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, the endangered black rhino, and over 400 species of birds in a spacious setting of grass plains. Over 50 species of mammals are on display here including four of the Big Five, except for the great elephants.
The incredible Nairobi National Park lies within the capital city's limits and offers travelers easy access to some of Africa's biggest animals. Follow your professional guide on a morning or afternoon tour and opt for a safari walking tour for an up close look at the wildlife of this natural destination. Your tour concludes with lunch at a restaurant that's listed among the top 100 restaurants on earth, before return to your hotel.
My guide was very friendly and gave me many information .The tour in general was interesting and good organised. Pick up and drop off $25 which was double expensive than an Uber. Carry money for donations if interested.
While the thought of visiting Kibera slums might sound overwhelming, the experience of spending a few hours in this vibrant, multifaceted community is educational and informative. With its maze-like network of unmarked streets and narrow alleys, Kibera is best visited in the morning or mid-morning led by Lucas who has a razor-sharp knowledge on the inspiring creativity, resilience, and ingenuity employed by Kibera residents to survive under challenging circumstances in what we call the “city of hope.”
I’ve been several time here. Nothing great, nothing bad as a standard experience. Just: the driver was supposed to pick us up at 06:00 and it arrived at 06:25. Who knows Nairobi, can understand what does it mean to cross Langata rd at that time.. We started the Safari at 07:15, too late.. No water in the car as declared.. We got the luck to see a lion so at the end the experience went “good”.
Just... don’t be late, and if it happens: advise..
Driver and guide Alex exactly on time at out residence at 5.30 in the morning. He was in the park always at the right place at the right time. We had a very good overview about the animals in the park. Was great. I can only gratulate Alex for the experience we had
Forget the hassle of multi-day excursions and discover African wildlife just outside the capital on a small-group trip to Nairobi National Park (entrance fee not included). See native species such as lions, rhinos, and giraffes against an urban backdrop, and learn about the region’s flora and fauna from your professional guide. Choose a morning or afternoon departure to suit your schedule, and benefit from round-trip transfer for a hassle-free experience.
Best Nairobi Day Trip:Nairobi National Park, Elephant Orphanage & Giraffe Center
From $195.00 (Price varies by group size )
Best day ever!
, Oct 2019
The booking process was flawless. Pick up from my hotel was perfect. Being escorted by Stephan, our Guide and driver, was an unparalleled adventure. He was the leader of the pack, literally. He knew exactly where to go and when gifting us leisurely looks at the big five. We were the first in line at every destination. He tracked down a lioness and she walked so close to the car that we could have reached out and pet her. Upon the wise advice of Stephan we refrained. Behind us trailed at least 30 cars desperate to catch a glance but only those of us upfront we’re able to spend minutes watching her stroll just feet away. We saw several rhinoceros up close. Giraffes in the wild. Herds of water buffalo and antelope and ostrich. Hippos put on a magnificent display, mouths wide-open teeth bared in dominance displays. Lovely lagoons full of bird and crocodile. We then went to the elephant orphanage ahead of the crowd once again where we were first in line to pet precious baby elephants. We watch them be bottle-fed and then they came right up to the fence and let us stroke their faces; their precious trunks extended to us. Once again, we left ahead of the pack and were the first at the giraffe reserve. There Steven took pictures of us hand feeding the giraffes, which we had to ourselves because once again we were at the front of the pack. after we had had our fill, the reserve filled with tourists packing every corner. but we had had priceless one on one moments with the giraffes.
All I can say is it look like there were several tours that had the same route and destinations. However, this tour in particular Stephan as our guide was undoubtedly the most knowledgeable and accomplished guide. He answered every question, was an extraordinary gentlemen, and the entire experience was a tremendous joy.
I think that if you can afford it it's really worth to pay for the trip. The guide will make all efforts to make u see as many animals as possible. I saw all the animals that u can see in the park. However, I guess that if u re travelling on a budget u should explore other options, specially if u re a solo Traveller. Nice experience over all
Animal lovers will love this full-day tour that takes visitors up close and personal with Africa’s majestic wildlife. First, enjoy a 4-hour game drive through Nairobi National Park where you can see cheetahs, hyenas, lions, leopards, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, many species of birds, and even the rare black rhino. Next, tour an elephant orphanage and a giraffe sanctuary to learn more about these animals. Finish up the day with a visit to the Kazuri Beads factory before heading back to your hotel.
Visit the Nairobi Animal Orphanage in Nairobi National Park to see rescued animals from around the country, including lions, cheetahs, leopards, and wild dogs. A great place to learn about wildlife conservation in Kenya, the Nairobi Animal Orphanage cares for a wide range of animals, including some of Africa’s most magnificent birds.
Nairobi National Park Elephant Orphanage Giraffe Center and souvenir shopping
From $51.29 (Price varies by group size )
Great day despite the rain!
, Oct 2019
We had a great trip, Alex was a good driver and didn't let a short breakdown affect anything. Saw Lions with Giraffe kill almost immediately at NNP, massive buffalo herd with babies, rhino etc, Quick pit-stop at Java was most welcome. David Sheldrick was great despite driving rain, Giraffe Centre a little overcrowded, Lunch venue very nice and great for kids with playground & enjoyed the short but interesting tour at Karen Blixen museum. Amazing day!
Enjoy a safari within sight of the city skyline on this door-to-door small-group tour that delivers Nairobi’s signature wildlife faster than the independent traveler could dream. Start with an early-morning game drive in Nairobi National Park; watch baby elephants being fed at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Centre; shop for souvenirs at Love Birds Gift Shop; and feed a Rothschild’s giraffe at the Giraffe Centre. Tour excludes entrance fees.
Visitors to the urban capital may think they’re unable to enjoy Kenya’s famous fauna. Discover Nairobi’s unique wildlife-watching opportunities on a full-day tour of attractions including the David Sheldrick Elephant & Rhino Orphanage, the Giraffe Centre, and Nairobi National Park (entrance fees not included), then transfer to a tourist village to learn about Kenya’s traditional culture, travelling with ease between dispersed locations via air-conditioned minivan.
Half-Day David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Center, and Karen Blixen Museum Tour from Nairobi
From $25.00 (Price varies by group size )
Giraffes were amazing
, Feb 2020
Unbeknown to me this is an add on tour. The actual group starts at 6am. The tour coordinator didnt count me into the vehicle so I had to squish in the middle of the front seat. The driver picked me up and had to waste 1.5 hours for us to meet up with the actual group. He did take me to a souvenir shop so that was nice. Elephants were nice. But it was super crowded and seriously i would skip it if u have already seen elephants. The Karen museum i did skip but the few who did it said it was great. Our driver was willing to take us to a shop not listed in the tour. Dinner was expensive and took 1.5 hours. We rushed to the giraffe center. It was the highlight for me. It was wonderful and not overly crowded. I would have paid just for a driver to take me just to here. Amazing. If i compared it to a tour in the USA i would have been frusterated and disappointed. However, it isnt USA and I was happy to get out. We were 2.5 hours late getting back to the hotel. But hey it seems normal in Kenya that times are only a suggestion.
Visiting the orphanages's were fantastic experience.
I have mixed thoughts on the museum. It was not what I expected and disappointing to pay so much money and to be told we have to leave a tip for the guide. The museum was not worth what the entry fee. I wish could of been given the option not to go on the museum tour.
Entry fees were not outlined clearly on the website before purchasing the tour. This came up once I had booked the tour. So basically the tour only included transport.
The guide that drove us around was pleasant.
The bus was old and the seat I was told to sit in was broken (the seat that moves to allow people to get in the back of the bus). I had to ask if I could sit in the front due to the broken seat. This made my trip more comfortable.
Experience three top Nairobi destinations on a half-day tour of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Giraffe Manor, and the Karen Blixen Museum that includes door-to-door transport from your hotel or the Nairobi airport. Making the most of limited time in the city, explore wildlife, conservation, and history: visit an elephant orphanage, feed giraffes, and enjoy views of the Ngong Hills from Blixen’s beautifully preserved home.
Visit two top Nairobi wildlife conservation destinations on a small-group excursion to Nairobi National Park and David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. An early departure means visiting Nairobi National Park during the prime morning game-viewing hours, with the chance to spot everything from lions to giraffes in a game drive by climate-controlled vehicle. Next, see rescued elephants in David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where you’ll arrive in time to see the Elephant Orphanage.
Often-overlooked Nairobi National Park is an ideal destination for travelers with limited time or funds. See lions, leopards, and more on a half-day tour of the park, with a choice of morning or afternoon excursion to suit you. Admire unique views of iconic flora and fauna against a metropolitan backdrop, and benefit from round-trip transfer from your hotel or airport for a seamless sightseeing experience.
Go for a game viewing to the park closest to the city then Get into close contact with the Giraffes. Learn more about the endangered species and their adaptive behaviors See the baby elephants. Get to hear how they were rescued and the names they have been given
Visit the orphaned elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where you find an adopted family of baby elephants that have been orphaned by poaching. Watch the baby elephants at their feeding time and mud baths, then learn about the conservation efforts of Daphne and David Sheldrick. If desired, you can add a trip to the Giraffe Centre, climbing onto a viewing platform to see endangered Rothchild's giraffes from the treetops. Pre-booking transport from your Nairobi hotel ensures a hassle-free trip to these two family-friendly wildlife destinations.
You need not travel far from Nairobi to find some of Kenya’s most impressive and popular wildlife. This tour takes you to the Giraffe Center, Elephant Orphanage, and Nairobi National Park in one day for chances to see animals such as lions, wildebeest, rhinos, and more in their natural environment.
Get an up-close look at some of Africa's animals during a visit to the Giraffe Center and Elephant Orphanage with a local guide. See the animals up close, interact with elephant babies, enjoy a special show during feeding time, and learn about the perils of poaching.
I did not like the fact that the tour guide insisted on taking me to 2 gift shops even though I said several times that I don’t want to do any shopping and Only wanted to visit the giraffe center. He did not really care , dropped me off with a sales person at the gift shop and went away to eat ( twice)
See endangered Rothschild giraffes at Nairobi’s Giraffe Centre on a 3-hour trip that goes beyond ‘Giraffe Manor’ to explore the landscape where the graceful animals live. Follow a trail along the Gogo River to find giraffes in their natural environments, and enjoy the convenience of round-trip transfer from your hotel.
See Rothschild giraffes at the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi on a half-day tour that gives you a unique perspective on the endangered species. You’ll be able to observe the giraffes on a raised platform and walking trail through the Giraffe Center, often watching them from much closer than you could in the wild, where Rothschild giraffes are a rare sighting.
Search for wildlife in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro on a full-day tour from Nairobi to Amboseli National Park, where five different habitats support a diverse range of animals. Watch for big cats, giraffe, elephants, gazelles, zebras, and some of the park's 600 bird species on morning and afternoon game drives, pausing for lunch at one of the park's lodges. With pickup and drop-off at Nairobi hotels, this Amboseli National Park tour includes entrance fees, lunch, and all activities.
Visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust on a half-day, private tour of the Nairobi elephant orphanage for rescued baby elephants. Traveling to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust with a private driver is a convenient alternative to finding round-trip taxis or navigating Nairobi’s chaotic public transit, ensuring you’ll arrive in time for a morning presentation by the elephant orphanage’s conservation staff.
With this skip-the-line ticket, you'll spend a day exploring one of Kenya`s most iconic National Park. We'll get you on time to avoid the long lines and hassle of purchasing tickets onsite, which gives you more time to sight see.
With an array of wildlife animals include buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard, baboon, zebra, wildebeest with over 100 mammal species plus over 400 migratory and endemic bird species: what more would you need for a perfect day in the City under the sun?
Perfect for time-tight travelers—this tour visits an Elephant Orphanage and a Giraffe Center on the same day. Avoid the hassle of waiting for public transport and enjoy a hassle-free excursion with hotel pickup, drop-off, and transfers between sites included. The tour is completely private, so there’s no need to wait around for other travelers to be picked up.
Nairobi National park is a park just at the outskirts of the bustling Nairobi city. The tour can start early in the from 0630hrs or there is an afternoon option that will start at 1330rhs and last four hours.You will be able to spot the big four out of the famous Big five animals.
This trip is ideal for those who are in a stopover in Nairobi, business people or an introductory safari for a longer trip.
Get a taste of Kenyan wildlife and culture on this guided tour from Nairobi. Visit the Giraffe Center and the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, one of the most successful elephant rescues in the world, before heading to a Kazuri Beads workshop, the Nairobi National Museum, and Snake Park. A professional guide and private transportation ensure a comfortable and convenient trip.