Hell’s Gate National Park
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 challenging on the park’s volcanic spires.
And the land here is striking as well, greeting visitors with dramatic gorges, great towers, looming cliffs and steaming columns of geothermal clouds escaping from the rocks. Hell’s Gate indeed!
But the park is actually quite tranquil and safe, very suitable for hiking, biking and family exploration.
Though there are populations of the larger hunters like lion, leopard and cheetah, their numbers are small and sightings rare, so you can walk or ride in peace, enjoying closeup views of eland, hartebeest, gazelle, antelope and over 130 species of birds.