Positioned in Central Kenya, about 90 miles northwest of Nairobi, Lake Nakuru National Park occupies approximately 188 square kilometres of the Nakuru district of the Rift Valley Province. The landscape consists of Lake Nakuru which, depending on the season can occupy up to 40 square kilometres, surrounded by wooded and bushy grasslands. Despite its relatively small size, this national park hosts 400 species of birds, 50+ mammal species, and over 500 species of flora. You are guaranteed to see White rhino, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and waterbuck, and you may well encounter the rare Black rhino, lion, hippo, python and hyena.
Nakuru National Park was a bird sanctuary prior to being annexed as a national park in 1968. Unsurprisingly it is a haven for birdwatchers, playing an important role on the African-Eurasian Migratory Flyway. There are a variety of water birds including Yellow-billed pelicans, Marabou storks, Hammerkops and Fish Eagles. One of the true highlights is making the trip to Baboon Cliff to get a fantastic view across the lake, where you can see the famous sight of the pink flamingoes flocking at the edges of the water.
The following itineraries can be used as they are, or alternatively they can be customised in any way you desire. Use these itineraries for inspirational ideas of what is possible within your Kenya holiday experience, then make a no obligation enquiry allowing us to tailor-make your ultimate holiday journey.
FLY A HOT AIR BALLOON OVER THE BUSH
Whether in Namibia, South Africa, Kenya or Tanzania, this is a highlight of many a visit to Africa. Enjoy your bird's eye view of the African landscape before a traditional bush breakfast.
VISIT A MASAI VILLAGE
An insight into the lifestyle of the Masai people in the African bush of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania with animals grazing and Lions roaring outside their homes.
Tucked away in the spectacular vastness of The Great Rift Valley on a private 6400 acre Congreve Conservancy, Mbweha Camp is nestled up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru.
Tucked away in the spectacular vastness of The Great Rift Valley on a private Congreve Conservancy, Mbweha Camp is nestled up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru.
Tucked away in the vastness of The Great Rift Valley on a private Congreve Conservancy, Mbweha Camp is nestled up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru.