Lake Nakuru is along the Great Rift Valley. The National Park has lake Nakuru in the middle of the park, home to millions of flamingos and many other species of birds. Lake Nakuru National Park visitors will enjoy the diversity of the bird sanctuary and the wildlife. The park is home to white rhinos and other wildlife found in Kenya. Only the elephant is an absentee.
The Lake Nakuru National Park lies at the Great Rift Valley, surrounded by wooded, bushy grassland. Visitors to Lake Nakuru National park will enjoy the bird sanctuary, white rhinos, 3 of the big cats, 4 of the big five, and more.
It is approximately 90 miles from Nairobi to Lake Nakuru National Park.
And only 2 miles from Nakuru town. The road is all tarmac which makes it easy to access.
There are two gates to enter the park, the main gate and Lanet gate. Lake Nakuru Park also be accessed by air. The airstrip inside the park serves small aircraft flying from Wilson Airport. The road inside the park is a well-maintained marram road accessible at all times.
It is written, and if not registered, it should be noted that Lake Nakuru National park is a bird sanctuary with species of not less than 400.
It is also home to more than 50 species of mammals and more than 500 species of vegetation, making it a unique and rewarding safari experience.
Other attractions include waterfalls, viewpoints, hills, Africa’s most extensive euphorbia forest, and acacia woodlands.
Other places for day trips include
- Lake Naivasha
- Nairobi National Park
- Amboseli National Park overnight
- Mount Kenya overnight
- Masai Mara Overnight
No wonder Lake Nakuru is on the list of most visitors to Kenya.
- A home to million flamingoes and many other species of birds and wildlife