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Lake Nakuru National Park Lake Nakuru National Park is spectacular. It has been a blazing sea of deep pink flamingos – millions of them! Their intense fuchsias burst against Lake Nakuru’s deep blue alkaline waters. Quite simply… it has until some few years ago been the most brilliant show of birdlife on earth. Due to […]
Lake Naivasha National Park Deep blue lakes, rich acacia forests, extinct volcanoes, waterfalls, imposing towers and bottomless gorges – you’ll be amazed at the variety and drama of the parks, lakes and preserves surrounding Lake Naivasha. Here the birdlife is full, varied and constant as is the parade of wildlife with over 100 species of […]
Hell’s Gate National Park Drive, Hike, Bike or Climb Everything about Hell’s Gate National Park is different. You can take a guided walking safari here. In fact, it’s encouraged. And where else can you do a bicycle safari, riding past grazing zebra, giraffe, impala, buffalo and baboon. The opportunities for climbing are plentiful, accessible and not too […]
The Giraffe Center Feed a Giraffe. Kiss A Giraffe. Where else in the world can you go eye to eye with a towering giraffe, hand feeding him (or her) a food pellet and watch up close as their long green tongue happily takes your offering. And then surprise – a moment later you get a […]
Nairobi National Park Nairobi National Park is the oldest of all Kenya’s national parks. It is known for its Black Rhino Sanctuary and, despite bordering the city, it is home to lions, leopards and hyenas as well as many other Kenyan animals. Its closeness to Nairobi also means it is very accessible to Kenyans and […]
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