Lake Nakuru is famously known as the bird watcher’s paradise because of its vast bird species spectacular on earth. Lake Nakuru is known to glow pink with millions of both the greater and lesser flamingoes that parade on the shores of the lake. It hosts over 450 land and waterbird species that offer great views for bird watchers such as little grebes, white-winged black terns, stilts, avocets, ducks, and migrant waders.
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The park is also a host to the Big 5 animals including the endangered white and black rhinos, lions, leopards, and buffaloes. Other wildlife includes warthogs, baboons among others.
Lake Nakuru is easily accessible as its located on the shores of the Great Rift Valley, 2 hours’ drive from the busy Nairobi lies the first stop premium park for anyone heading to the Masai Mara, Lake Baringo, and Samburu.
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Lake Nakuru has great and comfortable accommodation facilities both inside and outside to ensure your visit is comfortable.
Game drives can be done both during the day and might be accompanied by bush dinners and breakfasts.
The question should be why not Lake Nakuru for it has something for everyone be it wildlife, birdlife, or nature.