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I went to Lake Bogoria as part of a 6 day safari tour. We drove over 4 hrs from Lake Nakuru for a day trip to Lake Bogoria expecting to see flamingos and geysers.
After (finally) getting to the national park entrance, we drove 5...More
The five hour drive from Nairobi was so worth the spectacle of masses of greater and Lesser Flamingos.
The pink dots and rims around the lake plus the flight at sunset was amazing to witness.
We arrived in the afternoon and were shocked at the...More
The park is currently flooded so you can drive maybe 200m in and that’s it. From there, you can view the thousands of flamingoes which settle by the water edge and which take flight at sundown. There’s literally nothing else. The view is nice but...More
Beautiful lake, tough road, lovely flamingoes.
Some people arrive to the entry point (entrance 50USD) where they can see a small group of flamingoes, and then leave. For this experience, the price is way too high, although the road from Marigat (nearby city) to the...More
For a daytrip from Nairobi it is not worth it because of the busy and badly maintained roads. It will take a whole day and then: Just Flamingos. If you are a Flamingo Lover that is your place. Otherwise you see the goats of the...More
Flamingos are at Lake Bogoria this year 2018. We were told that once we got to lake Nakuru. We decided to change our plan and kept driving to see them. The drive was around 6 hours and some part of the road was flooded. 4x4...More
We drove 3 ours each way, so 6 hours in total for a 5 mins view of the pink flamingos.
The road access to the hot springs was closed due to recent heavy rains.
It was HOT and uncomfortable to stand there beyond 5 mins....More
Silently hidden away and sorrounded by hills at the botton of the rift valley is this magical sight.
Not one..not two but numerous hot springs bubbling and splashing water metres high..the water is hot enough to boil an egg...i just cant get enough of this...More
Google maps will tell you to take a dirt road to get to Bogoria. Ignore it, and follow the tarmac rd or about 45kms. The turning is signposted.
Before you get into the park, buy some eggs from the shops near the gate (ksh 100...More
The water level in Lake Bogoria has risen considerably and the old road has been washed away. It's an 18km drive to the hot springs and the scenery, flamingos, and pelicans are stunning. The road is not suitable for saloon cars and the 18km trip...More