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Lake Nakuru National Park
flamingoes

The park stretches over beautiful landscape featuring rocky cliffs and outcrops, grassland, marshland, acacia woodland and Euphorbia forest. The park is majorly known for its flamingoes and has other beautiful scenery considered as a must-go place.

About The Park

MAJOR ATTRACTIONS

Wildlife

Greater Flamingo & the Lesser Flamingo
A wide variety of bird species (about 450 in total), mainly water birds and terrestrial birds 
White Rhinos, Buffalo and plenty of big game

Scenery

Lake Nakuru
View-points at Lion hill, Baboon Cliff, Lion Hill and Out of Africa strongly showcase the picturesque landscape
Enasoit Hill, Honeymoon Hil, Lion Hill Ridge
Makalia Waterfalls
Acacia Woodlands, Euphorbia forests and a wide variety of plant species (about 550)

HOW TO GET THERE


By Road

From Nakuru Town Centre- Only 4 minutes to the main gate. Take the main A104 road (Nairobi-Nakuru highway) to get to the town centre.
Via Lanet Gate- Branch off the Nairobi-Nakuru highway Lanet Gate.
Via Nderit Gate- This route is mainly used by vistors from the Masai Mara or Elementaita.

By Air

Use the Naishi airstrip.

Park Roads

The road network coverage is good and a majority of the different sections of the park are accessible throughout the year.

Park Gates

There are three gates: Lanet Gate, Nderit Gate and the main gate.

PARK ENTRY FEES

                                                                Student                              Child                                    Adult
Citizens                                                 Kshs 50                                 Kshs 100                               Kshs 200
Residents                                             Kshs 100                               Kshs 500                               Kshs 1000
Non-residents                                     USD 10                                  USD 20                                  USD 40

WHERE TO STAY

Lake Nakuru Lodge                            Naishi Campsite                               Soysambu Campsite
Sarova Lion Hill Lodge                       Chui Campsite                                  Nyati Campsite
Naishi Bandas                                    Rhino Campsite                                Reedbuck Campsite
Nyuki Campsite                                  Makalia Public Campsite                   Backpackers Public Campsite

Located
A distance of 156 km NW of Nairobi in Nakuru District of the Rift Valley Province covering an area of 188 sq km

Weather
Conditions
Range from hot and humid to hot and dry with cold spells. Average annual rainfall is slightly below 1000 mm

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