We were so lucky as the flamingos we’re back!! We also saw leopards and Rhinos including a baby rhino playing with his family. Stayed for one full day and enjoyed immensely. Recommended to all!!
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Black rhino, Rothschild giraffe and lions lazing on a rock - all on our first game drive. Although way smaller than the Masai Mara - there is an abundance of wildlife - we spotted jackals and hyenas, a wonderful Secretary Bird and a rhino nursing...More
We were sad to hear that most of the flamingos have left lake Nakuru due to rising water levels. However, there are still 100's of flamingos left and many other things to see in the park. While there in 1 game drive we saw white...More
We planned a trip to Nakuru mainly for the flamingos - just to learn that their presence is heavily influenced by rainfall and conditions in the lake. Some returned when we visited - we could tick the box... the lions in the tree however made...More
The lake with its surroundings feel like they are out of a fairy tale, golden trees with baboons passing every now and then, gazelles and all sourts of animals. The lake is swelling eating up some of the trees that actually turns them to siver...More
Great starter safari. If you have been to Masai Mara than it’s probably less impressive. But it has rhinos and it’s a very tranquil place. You can do a safari in a couple of hours. The flamingos are smaller in number . I would recommend...More
A place which attracts a lot of water birds like flamingos, pelicans, storks, avocets, ducks etcand the National parks as abundant wildlife to see