experience the best day excursions in Kenya with us!
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is focused on the protection of elephants, rhinos and other wildlife at a field level, over the last 40 years we have aided countless African animals, from elephants to antelopes and always with the following in our minds – animals have a right to be free, to roam wild, and to be safe in their surroundings.
We have a responsibility to afford them that right and challenge those that would seek to take it away or harm them. We are proud of what we have achieved, and we are grateful to those that believe in us and support us, making our lifesaving work possible.
Nairobi National Park is not only Kenya oldest national park but also happens to be the only national park within the capital city in the world making it a unique offering .It is 10 kilometers from the city Centre , with long ,sloping plains of black cotton soil scoured by deep river valleys and gorges. The park is full of unexpected beauty and diverse habitats which includes rolling grassy plains, riverine woodland, dense thicket rocky gorges dry upland forest, man-made dam and pools cocktailed with teeming wildlife and over 400 species of birds.
The versatile park also hosts its own wildebeest migration and also the black and white Rhinos are found grazing against the silhouettes of skyscrapers. The park is an ideal place for day trip destination or a green escape from the city offering a selection of picnic and bush event sites.
Giraffe Centre is located at Langata approximately 20 kilometer from the city Centre of Nairobi, Kenya .the Giraffe Centre is a wonderful and refreshing experience undertaken during African Spice Safaris Excursion in Nairobi.
Nairobi Giraffe Centre gives an up-close and personal interaction where the guests have the opportunity to view the giraffes as well as feed them. The Centre has rescued, hand-reared and released around 500 orphaned giraffes back into the wild since opening in 1979.Young giraffes born at the Centre were translocated to Soy Sambu Ranch near Lake Elementaita and Kigio Conservancy near Gilgil and Sergoit Ranch in Eldoret while recently they translocated some to Mwea National Reserve.
Nairobi safari walk is located at Kenya Wildlife Service Headquarters along Langata road. It lies 7 kilometers south of the City of Nairobi. Is Kenya’s new conservation based recreation facility. It is designed to visitor’s appreciation of Kenya Flora and Fauna. It showcases Kenya vast natural diversity.it provides guests with the experience of Kenya’s three eco-systems namely; the Savannah, Forest and Wetlands.
Guest can walk along raised broad walk through different habitats and observe close range of wonderful variety of wildlife in each ecosystem. The raised wood walkways provide souring views out over the shimmering stretches of savannah in the Nairobi National Park with observation point down onto waterholes and wildlife that frequent them.
Take a Day trip to the Lake Nakuru National Park which lies in central Kenya, 160KM North-West of Nairobi in Rift Valley. The Park provides the visitors with one of Kenya’s best known images. Thousands of flamingo, joined into a massive flock, fringe the shores of the Soda Lake. The park has become the famous for birds who visits the lake feed on algae that forms on the lake bed. They move back and forth, feeding occasionally and spectacularly taking to flight, filling the sky over the lake with colors. The park is Kenya’s first Rhino Sanctuary and an important sanctuary for Rhino. Both Black and White Rhinos are found in the park and they are often seen resting under the acacias by the Lake Shores. The huge herds of Waterbucks, Zebras, Buffaloes, the endangered Rothschild giraffe, Leopard, several large prides of Lions and more. Exploring beyond the Lake is always rewarding and forests, cliffs, waterfalls and more to be found.