After breakfast, check out of the hotel and depart for Lake Nakuru National Park. The journey will take you through various terrains, through the Aberdares, drive down the east escarpment of the Rift Valley right to its floor. You will arrive Lake Nakuru in time for lunch. Dubbed as “A Bird watcher’s paradise”, Lake Nakuru is famous for hosting thousands if not millions of flamingos. Apart from the flamingos, there are other different bird species at the park; Lake Nakuru National Park has set up a rhino sanctuary to aide in protecting both the white and black rhinos that have seen their population drop to near extinction in recent years. Later in the afternoon you will explore the park that has various attractions like the Makalia falls and Baboon cliff just to name a couple. Herds of herbivores browse, graze and mingle freely, these include: buffaloes, giraffes, antelopes, water bucks while on the lookout of the carnivores that include the lions and hyenas. There after return to the camp for dinner and overnight.
Flamingoes at Lake Nakuru
Dinner and overnight Flamingo hill camp. www.flamingohillcamp.com