Lake Nakuru Tour Kenya
The Lake Nakuru parkland is one among the highest traveler destinations in continent, illustrious for the flamingos that flock to its shores of Lake Nakuru. it’s a awfully necessary piece of land and stop over for several species of birds, and has been selected a United Nations agency World Heritage web site. Lake Nakuru could be a shallow powerfully alkalic lake set in an exceedingly picturesque landscape of encompassing biome and biome. The landscape includes areas of marsh and grasslands alternating with rocky cliffs and outcrops, stretches of tree biome and rocky hillsides coated with a genus Euphorbia forest. the quantity of flamingoes on the lake varies with water and food conditions and therefore the best vantage is from Old World monkey geological formation. additionally of interest is a district of 188 kilometre round the lake enclosed off as a sanctuary to guard Rothschild giraffes, black perissodactyls and white rhino.
Millions of flamingos plus 450 other species of birds flock the lake. Wildlife includes Thompson’s and Grant’s gazelle, the rare long-eared leaf-nosed bat, colobus monkey, rock hyrax, hippo, rhino, leopard, waterbuck, impala, gazelle, striped hyena, bat-eared fox, wild cat, reedbuck and golden cat.
The Park is one of the few places in Kenya you are sure to see endangered Rhino and the Rothschild’s giraffe.
Best time to visit
All year round.
Getting to Masai Mara
The Lake Nakuru National Park is situated in central Kenya about 150km (87 miles) by road. The main gate is 4km from Nakuru Town Centre. By Air: Via the 12 km long ‘Naishi’ airstrip located in the southern part of the park.
Important things to note
Entry is by Safari Card only. Proof of identification will be required
Citizens – Valid Passport or National ID
Residents – Valid Passport & re entry pass
This Tour offer – Prioritywild Safari & Tours