There are so many safaris that you can pick and choose from, or bolt together to form your complete holiday.

2 Day Lake Nakuru & Hell's Gate

Highlights: Rhino, flamingos, scenery, birdlife, cycling amongst wildlife, walking in lower gorge.



Day 1: Nairobi - Hell’s Gate - Lake Nakuru

Depart Nairobi and head north towards the Rift Valley town of Naivasha. On route we will stop for views across the Great Rift Valley, Mt Longonot and Lake Naivasha. We head around the southern end of Lake Naivasha, past the flower farms to the entrance of Hell’s Gate National Park. Soon after you enter the park the impressive landscape unfolds before you, and you are transported to a dramatic, semi-arid world, with sheer rugged cliffs, open plains and deep, concealed gorges. There are many activities you can do within Hell’s Gate including, walking, cycling, rock climbing, bird watching and trekking through the lower gorge amongst the geysers – the choice is yours. Picnic lunch in the park. Late afternoon we depart Hell’s Gate for Lake Nakuru. Dinner and overnight at a hotel in Nakuru town.


Meals: lunch, dinner

Camping: WCK Cottage


Day 2: Lake Nakuru - Nairobi


After early breakfast, and with a picnic lunch, we enter Lake Nakuru National Reserve, which is famous for the thousands of flamingos that inhabit the shores of the lake. In recent times, the water level of the lake has fluctuated greatly and this has affected the numbers of resident flamingos. But most importantly, this Reserve has been established as a rhino sanctuary, and black and white rhino are frequently seen on game drives - along with buffalo, lion, Rothschild’s giraffe, waterbuck, and the elusive leopard. Mid afternoon, we depart for Nairobi.


Meals: breakfast, lunch



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 Camping720 410 300 250 
 Park Fees120 120 120 120 

* Prices are Per Person in (USD). Add the price and the fees.

  • Countries: Kenya
  • Days: 2
  • Nights: 1
  • Transport: Drive
  • Code: KS206
  • Included: Transport to/from Nairobi, park entry fees, accommodation, meals while on safari, bike hire, guide.
  • Not Included: Personal insurance, visas, sleeping bag, items of a personal nature, drinks. Rock climbing can be arranged on the day for around $15 per person, depending on how long you climb for. It is also possible to ride horses in the park, with prior arrangement (costs around $15 per hour per horse).
  • Don't Forget: Sunhat, sunscreen, insect repellent, warm fleece for cool evenings, camera, binoculars, drinking water.
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