Nairobi National Park, Kenya

A day in Nairobi National Park, the only national park in the world to be located within a capital city (at 7km only from the city center of Nairobi). The park covers an area of 117,21 km2, and its southern part is open to allow animals to migrate. The three other sides have fences, but it has happened (rarely) that animals escape and reach the city (a lioness last year!) The park is also one of the best places in Kenya to observe rhinos!

Une journée dans le parc national de Nairobi, le seul parc national au monde à être situé dans une capitale (à seulement 7km du centre ville de Nairobi) ! Le parc couvre une superficie de 117,21 km2 et la partie sud est ouverte pour permettre la migration des animaux. Les trois autres côtés sont fermés même s’il arrive (rarement) que des animaux sortent du parc pour s’aventurer dans Nairobi (une lionne l’année dernière !) Enfin, c’est également un des meilleurs endroits au Kenya pour l’observation de rhinos.

🧡 Magical 🧡 

I mean…We saw dozens of giraffes and the view of the city is incredible!

Cuteness overload 🥺

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Travel Tori

Hi and welcome ✨ I am Victoria, a 28 year old french girl, from Albi, in the south of France. When I was 16 I moved to Perth, Australia, for one year by myself. I attended high school there, stayed with host families and was hosted by the Rotary Club of Perth. Since then, I have been traveling as much as I can, I moved to Buenos Aires for a year, Copenhagen for 9 months, Cambodia for 6 months, Shanghai for 4 months, and I am currently living in Washington DC! Through this blog I hope to share with you my passion, my adventures and best memories. Hope to read from you soon 🌍

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