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Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park

The Bird Watchers Paradise

Dubbed the greatest spectacle on earth due to the millions of fuchsia-pink flamingo that flock to feed on the teaming algae of its alkaline waters, lake Nakuru is also a ornithologist paradise a unique rewarding game viewing venue and a sanctuary for both black and white rhino. It’s pink-frosted shores and sky-mirrored waters also yield some of the evocatively beautiful photos


The Fabulous Flamingo

Lake Nakutu’s lesser flamingo population can reach a pulsating pink mass of over 1.5 million birds. At time however, they may also relocate to other section of the rift.

An ornithologist’s paradise with 450 species of birds

The Park offers an incredible 450 different species of water, fish –eating terrestrial and migration birds to include pelican, fish eagle, etc

Kenya’s First rhino sanctuary

Established as Kenya’s first rhino sanctuary, the park now host one of the largest black rhino concentrations is in the country while substantial’s numbers of white rhino has also been introduced. How to tell black from white: grayish in colour but white rhino have a wide flat snout suitable for grazing while black rhino have a triangular prehensile lips for browsing on tree and shoots

Lake Nakuru Facts

Birds : Flamingoes, pelicans & over 450 other bird species

Animals : Pelicans, Hippo, Rhino, Reedbuck, Giraffe

Location : In the Rift Valley Province, South of Lake Nakuru Town

Facilities : Lake Nakuru Lodge, Sarova Lion Hill Lodge and a few camp sites

Area : 107 square Kilometers Altitude: 1000 to 1600 meters [3280 to 5260 feet]

Vegetation : Open savannah and light patches of bush, cactus like euphorbia trees

Access from Nairobi by Road distance is approximately 155 Kilometers (2 to 3 Hours)

Attractions : Lake Nakuru National Park is world famous for its countless number of flamingo

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