Nakuru National Park

2 DAYS - 1 Night
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Lake Nakuru a shallow and alkaline lake on the bed of the Great Rift Valley has earned its fame as the home of the greatest bird spectacle in the world – a myriad of often more than a million pink flamingos which seasonally use its waters to feed on the abundant algae which thrives in its shallow warm waters. It lies 160 kms (100 miles) from Nairobi by road.

DESTINATIONS Lake Nakuru National Park
Water Transport
Accommodation Professional guide
Park entrance fees
Travel Insurance



Day 1: Nairobi – Lake Nakuru

  • As early as 06:30am, you will be picked from the JKIA Airport or your Nairobi hotel or CBD.
  • At 7.00am drive to Nakuru with stop overs at view points along the way.
  • Stopover at the Great Rift Valley view point to have a spectacular scenery view of the Great Rift Valley and proceed for lunch at your hotel/lodge/camp/.
  • You will have an afternoon game drive and return to the hotel/lodge/camp for dinner and overnight.


Day 2: Lake Nakuru – Back To Nairobi

  • Early morning breakfast and leave with picnic lunches and proceed for game viewing at The Bird Watchers’ Paradise.
  • The Lake is on the floor of the Great Rift Valley, surrounded by wood and grass lands and, at the Lake Nakuru National Park, visitors enjoy the ecological diversity and varied habitats ranging from Lake Nakuru itself to the surrounding escarpment and picturesque ridges. It is ideal for bird watching, hiking, picnic and game drives. You will have a chance to visit a sanctuary with sizable number of the endangered White and Black rhinos as well as Rothschild giraffe, Water bucks, lion and leopard are common at the park and also different variety of bird life in and around the lake among them the Flamingo which are plenty at the lake.
  • Leave for Nairobi late afternoon arriving in Nairobi in the evening with a drop off to the hotel of your choice or back to the hotel.

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