Events This Month
Lamu Maulidi Festival
Kenya Fashion Week
Kenya International Trade Exhibition
03 May 2012|
140 kilometres northwest of Nairobi, the park lies in Central Kenya in Nakuru district of the Rift Valley Province.
The alkaline lake has a crusty shoreline, surrounded with wooded and bushy grasslands.
It’s famous for its flamingos (Greater and Lesser) that turns the shoreline crimson including 450 species of birds.
The park is rich in wildlife with both species of rhinos (the black and the white), buffalo, lion, leopard, Spotted hyena, baboons, Vervet monkeys and wildebeest.
In Park Lodges:
NB : Cycle with Rhino fund raising event every September
156 kilometres northwest of Nairobi, the park is on the main A104 tarmac road. The most commonly used route into the park is via the main gate, 4 kilometres from Nakuru town centre. It is also possible to enter the park from the main Nairobi-Nakuru road at Lanet Gate. The Nderit Gate is used when accessing the park from Masai Mara or Elementeita.
The park has three gates: Main Gate and Lanet Gate that link the park with the Nairobi-Nakuru highway and the less used Nderit Gate.