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1 Day – Lake Nakuru National Park

1 Day – Lake Nakuru National Park

per person

Lake Nakuru is a small,  shallow,  alkaline-saline lake located in a closed basin without outlets in the Eastern Rift Valley of equatorial East Africa.  This National Park of Kenya is known for its spectacular bird fauna,  (about 495 species) and mostly so for its hundreds of thousands of pink flamingoes.

1 Day
  • Departure
    Nairobi - Hotel or Airport
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 7:00 AM for a prompt departure at 7:30 AM.
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Included
    All game drives
    Bottled drinking water
    Packed lunch
    Park Fees
    Professional Guide
  • Not Included
    Airport Transfers
    Other personal items
    Travel insurance
    Visa fees (Where Applicable)

Day 1: Nairobi – Transfer to Lake Nakuru & Back (Approximately 3 hours One way)

Pick up from the Airport or Nairobi hotel in the morning,  drive to Lake Nakuru National Park through The Great African Rift Valley,  have a game drive until lunch,  then proceed for lunch at Lake Nakuru Lodge,  another game drive afterward check out drive to Nairobi arriving late in the evening. Lake Nakuru National Park is an important attraction site and home to thousands of different bird species and home to Black and white rhinos,  lions,  and leopards.


History of the city

Once upon a time in the vibrant heart of Kenya, nestled amidst the Great Rift Valley, lay the enchanting town of Nakuru. Known as the "Gateway to the Rift Valley," Nakuru was a haven for travelers seeking the raw beauty of Africa. Its tourism sector thrived, drawing adventurers, nature enthusiasts, and wildlife lovers from around the world. The town's crown jewel was Lake Nakuru, a shimmering expanse of water embraced by lush acacia forests and rolling hills. This haven was home to a mesmerizing array of wildlife, with thousands of flamingos turning the lake's waters into a sea of pink during the dry season. Tourists flocked to witness this stunning spectacle, their cameras clicking away to capture nature's vibrant artistry. Lake Nakuru National Park, a sanctuary for the endangered black rhinos and white rhinos, stood as a testament to Kenya's commitment to conservation. Visitors embarked on exhilarating safaris, guided by knowledgeable rangers who unveiled the secrets of this natural wonderland. Giraffes gracefully strode by, zebras danced through the grasslands, and elusive leopards made fleeting appearances, making every moment a thrilling encounter with the wild. For culture seekers, Nakuru had much to offer as well. The town's bustling markets brimmed with colorful Maasai crafts and beadwork, a testament to Kenya's rich cultural heritage. Travelers reveled in the opportunity to connect with the local communities, sharing stories and savoring traditional cuisine. Nakuru's tourism sector also extended beyond its borders, with nearby attractions like Hell's Gate National Park offering hiking and rock-climbing adventures. The geothermal wonders of the Great Rift Valley, such as hot springs and geysers, added another layer of fascination to the region. In Nakuru, tourism was not just about sightseeing; it was an immersive journey into the heart of Africa's natural and cultural diversity. As the sun dipped below the horizon, casting its warm hues over Lake Nakuru, travelers gathered around campfires, sharing stories of their remarkable encounters. Nakuru had a way of leaving an indelible mark on the souls of those who ventured there, making them yearn for the day they could return to this wondrous corner of Kenya.
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