Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru National Park is known as A beautiful wildlife haven for a good reason. Sitting at the foot of the Great Rift Valley, the park is surrounded by wooded and bushy grassland and is home to 56 different mammals, including white rhinos and waterbuck. The park also boasts of stunning Lake Nakuru, which is home to both Greater and Lesser Flamingos.

The Park has amazing hills and viewpoints, including Lion Hill, Baboon Cliff and Out of Africa. If you are a fan of Bird Watching, Picnics and Game Drives, Lake Nakuru is the place to be.

By Road
The Lake Nakuru National Park is situated in central Kenya about 150 km (87 miles) north-west of Nairobi in the Rift Valley Province. Drive along the main A104 road. The main entrance gate is situated 4km (2.4miles) from Nakuru town. Tourists travelling from the Masai Mara will enter the Lake Nakuru National Park through the Nderit Gate.

Airport – The Lake Nakuru National Park is serviced by the Naishi Airstrip.

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Lake Nakuru National Park