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Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park - However the Nairobi National Park...

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Nairobi National Park The only region across the globe that lies near a capital city and is yet secured and conserved is the famous National Park of Nairobi, widely known as Nairobi National Park! At just a distance of 7 km from the heart of the city of Nairobi, it is a very exotic ecosystem. The Nairobi National Park comprises of a variety of vegetation types, of which the wide expanses of grass plains are the most beautiful and mesmerizing. The plains are dotted with the exquisite acacia bushes. To give you a fair idea of its overall outlook, let us describe it more deeply. Near the western border of the huge Nairobi National Park are an upland dry forest and a river that gives the place a really picturesque look. The Athi- Kapiti Plains as well as the Kitengela migration corridor are located near the southern border. They are quite vital wildlife dispersal areas throughout the rainy seasons.
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Unformatted text preview: However, the Nairobi National Park is not just about a preserved natural habitation but it also houses man made dams which are auspicious to some kinds of birds and marine biome. By now, you must have had an idea that the Park is the hub of flora and fauna. From black rhino, lion, buffalo, hyena, cheetah, leopard, zebra, eland, wild beast, giraffe, variant birdlife as well as 400 other species to grassy plains, dense riverine vegetation and permanent rivers- the National Park has it all! Going back over to the Athi-Kapiti River, it is famous for its picnic sites, scenic overviews of bluffs, cliffs, the artificial dams as well as a strolling track at the fantastic Hippo Pool! Surely, the National Nairobi Park is a must visit for all those out there who love observing the wildlife while enjoying the scenic beauty as well!...
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