One of the most spectacular things about the Lake Nakuru National Park is its vast numbers of gorgeous pink flamingos that live around Lake Nakuru. The sight of about a million of these beautiful and large birds makes this park a wonderfully unique African safari destination.
The Lake Nakuru National Park is one of the premium parks in the wildlife-abundant country of Kenya. It can be found in the Central Rift Conservation Area and is approximately 180 square kilometres. Initially, it was protected as a bird sanctuary, but is now also the first national Rhino sanctuary, with a large number of the endangered Eastern Black Rhinoceros. One of the many reasons why people visit the Lake Nakuru National Park is to see these large mammals which are, sadly, in danger of extinction. Many white and black rhinos have been moved to the park as it is a fenced area and relatively easily protected from poachers. Here you are more likely to see rhinos than in any other East African national park.
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The Lake Nakuru National Park is an amazing part of Kenya that uplifts the spirit and brings us all closer to nature and our environment. It’s most admired for its efforts in conservation and is a highly recommended safari destination. It is also lovely in combination with other Kenyan or Tanzanian game reserves.
Since we have lots of experience in Southern African countries we can ensure the safari trip of a lifetime – we look forward to hearing from you!