Numerical analysis was investigated for steady two-dimensional double diffusive mixed convection boundary layer flow over a semi-infinite vertical plate embedded non-Darcy porous medium filled with nanofluid, in presence of thermal dispersion and under convective boundary conditions. The Buongiorno nanofluid model is used, while the porous medium is described by the Darcy-Forchheimer extension. The governing partial differential equations are transformed into four coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations using an appropriate similarity transformations and the resulting system of equations is then solved numerically by the finite-difference method. Numerical results are presented to illustrate how the physical parameters affect the flow field, temperature, concentration and solid volume fraction profiles. In addition, the variation of heat, mass and nanoparticle transfer rates at the plate are exhibited graphically for different values of pertinent parameters.