[View] It's located in the south of the city - that's why it's different. If you want a real wilderness escape or safari tour, go for it. There are a variety of wildlife, ranging in size from lions to hyenas, giraffe to jackals, cage snakes to "millennium", lizards to monkeys, lizards to antelopes...and over 400 species of birds. Our interactions with animals are smooth and friendly - safe distance from animals. The guide was very knowledgeable about all the details about wildlife. The admission fee was reasonable - not expensive and if your passion for nature is intact you can book at the park Nairobi tent camp and have a great time. Plan a day and visit the park, I guarantee it will be worth your time. It will give you more reason to appreciate nature and wildlife.
The Mount Kenya Animal Orphanage is also a large nature reserve, home to poachers and sick animals. The area is home to rhinos, elephants, giraffe and others. They will grow up here and then be sent back to the wild after independence, well worth visiting with friends who love animals.
The best item at Fairmont Mount Kenya, the ticket price is 15 US dollars or 1.5k Kenyan shillings per person, but it is completely value for money! In the national park, all kinds of wild animals that need invincible good luck can be encountered, but here you can have zero-distance contact and interaction ٩(˃̶͈̀௰˂̶͈́)و all kinds of small animals that were abandoned or their parents were killed by poaching were adopted in Therefore, when they have the ability to survive after adulthood, they will be released into the wild again. Of course, occasionally there will be some disabled or elderly animals that have been kept here for a long time. For example, the ostrich in the picture stayed here because of a deformity of the right foot and unable to walk. Under the leadership of the breeder, along the way, ostriches, lime cats, purple antelope, rock hyrax, Egyptian goose, black and white colobus, cheetah, blue monkey, warthog, bison, leopard... all went through the net. Give some tips appropriately, the breeder will also be very considerate to find a variety of food or feed, the docile animals can be fed directly by the tourists, of course the beasts can only watch the breeder feed la～
Animals also have orphanages, and animal protection is visible.
"The East African Amazing Experience is based on the hotel's unique location and the sense of its founders to protect and save animals. Animal orphanage is created, 5 minutes walk from the hotel, left from the handicraft shop at the door, and a stone-crushed walk." A few plants were planted along the roadside, and through a wooden door you could enter this awe-inspiring place [to fight] where about 50 animals, some lame ostriches, some monkeys with little arms, were saved and protected from mother and herds for maiming and loss, etc. Hundred-year-old turtles, hare, purple pupa, black-faced macaques, blue-tailed monkeys, hippos, buffalo, squash pigs, cats, leopards, cheetahs, alpacas, crown pupas, nesting birds ...... In addition to being safe and close to these orphan animals, children here. "You can also feel the sadness of leaving your mother and her group by introducing them to the parents, but you can also teach them the importance of noho, and finally go into the office and look at the pictures on the wall, recording the history of the orphanage and yesterday's [relaxed] East African parent-child trip." Not only do they go to the river to punch in, but even more importantly, through the trip, let the children know about East Africa, the animals on the steppes and their habits, including the influence of the Great Migration on nature and the Earth's environment, and the meaning, thus enriching their life experience and value embodiment, experience, Interactive and independent thinking is my original intention and some thinking about the design of parent-child travel products and hope that our products will give children more knowledge about the struggles.