Athi Kapiti Plains
The Athi Kapiti Plains comprised of an area of 20 000 acres located only 40km from Nairobi. The Athi Kapiti conservancy offers the most accessible game-viewing location in close proximity to Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, outside Nairobi National Park. It also holds some of Kenya’s most astonishing wildlife, including the country’s only white-morph cheetahs.
Leopard stalk the riverbeds and thickets, lions are occasionally visible on the grassy plains while giraffe, herds of antelope and zebra dot the open plains. The conservancy and surrounding plains are the preferred calving ground for the wildebeest migrating from the southern plains of Tsavo West, Chyulu Hills and Amboseli. For those visitors particularly interested in bird life, the conservancy and plains have recorded more than 40 raptor species!
Camping & meals
Dinner and breakfast are included. You will cater for your own lunch
Departure TimePlease arrive by 6:00 am in Westlands for a prompt departure at 6:30 am.
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket, light rain gear
Not IncludedAll Museum TicketsBicycle HirePark feesPersonal GuidePhoto/VideographyTypical Souvenir