It boasts of over 400 species of birds including the majestic Ostrich. Kifaru is Swahili for rhinoceros – the park supports the largest population of endangered black rhinos in Kenya. Appropriately, the park has earned the nickname Kifaru Ark. As the population of rhinos here continues to grow, the park has become a source of the endangered species, supplying them to other parks around the country. A special must-visit site within the park is the Ivory Burning Monument. On this historic spot, tonnes of ivory seized from poachers have been publicly burned to protest the ivory trade and as a commitment to protect the country’s elephants. A nation’s culture residing in the heart and soul of its capital.
Large predators- lion, leopard, hyena, and cheetah.
Aggregations of large herbivores- eland, buffalo, zebra, and wildebeest
Ivory Burning Site Monument
Walking trails at hippo pools
Nairobi Safari Walk & the Orphanage.