A beautiful wildlife haven” On the floor of the Great Rift Valley, surrounded by wooded and bushy grassland, lies the beautiful Lake Nakuru National Park. Visitors can enjoy the wide ecological diversity and varied habitats that range from Lake Nakuru itself to the surrounding escarpment and picturesque ridges.
Enjoy this 11.5-hour tour of Lake Nakuru National Park, home to one of the most remarkable wild bird populations in all of Africa. Get up close with wildlife on a game viewing drive, and be on the lookout for the park’s amazing flamingos. Enjoy a 1-hour boat ride on Lake Naivasha as well before being transported back to your Nairobi hotel.
After meeting your guide in the lobby of your hotel at 6:00 am, start your journey to Nakuru. While en route, stop at the Great Rift Valley viewpoint where you will attain magnificent views of the escarpments. Arrive at Lake Nakuru by 9:00 am, completing the 3-hour drive. Upon your arrival, start the 3-hour game drive with your guide and part. Break for lunch at a local restaurant, Lake Nakuru Lodge. Alternatively, you may have a pre-arranged picnic lunch in the park.
Have lunch, then continue to enjoy additional game drives on the way out. Depart the park at approximately 3:00 pm and head to Lake Naivasha for a 1-hour boat ride. While on the boat ride, enjoy bird watching, eagle feeding, and hippo viewing. Once your boat ride comes to an end, return to the dock. Begin the drive to Nairobi for a 6:00 pm arrival and get dropped off the hotel of your
Price of the entire trip: 312 $ p.p. with 8 people on board.
Gather your friends or join with other travellers on this trip to bring the price down.
Terms & Conditions
- A better price for everyone! Get a refund* for every additional traveller joining your trip.
- The overall rate of this trip, with every additional passenger, gradually decreases
- This trip will be paid via Direct Pay Online, an easy & reliable service that all modes of payments, all cards, mobile money, all currencies, mobile apps & card readers.
Package is Inclusive of:
- Private tour
- Hotel/Lodge pick-up & Drop-off
- Private & Professional English speaking guide
- Live commentary on board
- Entrance fees in Lake Nakuru and Hell’s Gate
- Private vehicle transport
Package is Exclusive of:
- Food & Drinks
- Gratuities (Optional)
- Boat ride in Lake Naivasha ($30 USD/person)
The following list is a general guideline of what to bring on the safari:
- Shorts and t-shirts or light trousers for the daytime.
- A wide-brimmed hat to shade you from the sun, this should have string/straps if standing in the van or jeep as it could be blown off.
- Plenty of sun protection, lotion or cream (High SPF).
- A good pair of binoculars (there’s usually just one pair in vehicles).
- Long trousers and long or short-sleeved shirts for the evening and protection from mosquitoes
- A fleece/jumper/sweater for the early morning (or a safari jacket) and evening game drives, as it tends to get very chilly, especially in the highlands and in the Masai Mara.
- Plenty of film or flash card memory for your camera and a battery charger for all electronic devices.
- A small first aid kit.
- Swimming costumes/bathing suits as most of the lodges and camps have swimming pools.
- A good pair of sunglasses as you are on the equator where the sun is very powerful. Prescription sun spectacles are not recommended as may scratch or fall off the vehicles.
- A pair of safari shoes or trekking boots.
- A pack of wet wipes.
- Mosquito repellent.
- Bottle’s or jugs of water to keep you hydrated. Spending a lot of time in the sun, even when wearing hats and sunglasses will dehydrate you in most cases.
- On a safari, be prepared for bumpy and dusty roads. These can be irritating to the contact lens wearers. Eye drops and an extra pair of glasses are sensible protection.
- Pack light. Laundry facilities are available throughout your safari at extra cost. Remember your weight limit on your return from East Africa.
- Our equatorial sun is strong. Too much can cause dehydration, nausea, dizziness and headaches. We recommend that you wear sunscreens and a hat, as well as a strong pair of dark glasses.
- DO NOT take photographs of the locals without permission. Never take photographs of the military, policemen in uniform, and the President or Government officials.
- Always keep your camera loaded and ready for action. You never know when it is going to start