Nairobi National Park is a national park in Kenya. Established in 1946, the national park was Kenya's first. It is found roughly 7 kilometers 4 mi south of the focal point of Nairobi, Kenya's capital city, with an electric fence isolating the recreation center's untamed life from the city. Nairobi's high rises can be seen from the recreation center. The nearness of urban and indigenous habitats has caused clashes between the creatures and neighborhood individuals and debilitates creatures' movement courses. All things considered, in spite of its vicinity to civilisation and relative little size for an African national park, Nairobi National Park flaunts a substantial and differed natural life populace.
Moving herbivores assemble in the recreation center amid the dry season, and it is one of Kenya's best rhinoceros asylums. Pilgrims touched base in the zone where the recreation center is in the late nineteenth century. Roaming Maasai lived and grouped their cows among the untamed life. Kikuyu individuals cultivated the forested good countries above Nairobi. As Nairobi developed—it had 14,000 inhabitants by 1910—clashes amongst people and creatures expanded. Inhabitants of the city conveyed firearms during the evening to secure against lions. Individuals grumbled that giraffes and zebras strolled on and destroyed their bloom beds.