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Lake Nakuru National Park

Masai Mara |Amboseli | Lake Nakuru | Samburu| Tsavo West |


Lake Nakuru National Park offers one of the world’s greatest wildlife marvels. This park is home to about two million greater and lesser flamingos and pelicans that feed around the shore of this shallow soda lake in the Great Rift Valley.

flamingo

The display of so many flamingoes and pelicans is spectacular. In addition to flamingos Lake Nakuru is home to hundreds of other species of birds, and herds of hoof animals such as buffalo, impala, zebra, hippos, and black and white rhino.

whiterino

In Lake Nakuru you will have the best chance to see more than one black and white rhino. Troops of baboons, a few hippos, and leopard are also found in Lake Nakuru National Park.

Email us to inquire a trip that include Lake Nakuru National Park. info@maasaicamp.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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''50 Best Tours of a Lifetime'' By National Geographic.


Lake Nakuru National Park is famous for the flocks of flamingoes and large mammals, including white and black rhinoceroses, leopards, giraffes and lions that thrive on woodlands savanna around the lake.


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Amboseli National Park

amboseli

Amboseli National Park is a World heritage site and home to over 1,000 elephants and the legendary Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa standing 19,340 feet.

Exclussive Cultural Experience with the Maasai

walking warriors

Activities includes daily walking safari lead by the Maasai warriors, meet and interact with Maasai village elders, beading with the Maasai women, visit a local school and tribal villages. Leave your fears at home and experience Africa the Maasai way. Absolute security is guaranteed.