National Park Overview

Hell's Gate National Park is situated in the hinterland of Lake Naivasha around 90 km from Nairobi. It is a remarkable piece of the Great Rift Valley, and it gets its name from the extraordinary geothermal action inside its limits. The park brags of changed geology and differing topographical scenes. It is outstanding for its characteristic springs, hawk and vulture reproducing grounds. The principle fascination of the park incorporates the transcending precipices, water-gouged gorges, obvious shake towers, scour clad volcanoes and burping tufts of geothermal steam, which makes it a standout amongst the most particular Parks in Africa. Aside from the differed scenes it likewise has assorted wildlife and winged animal species. Coke's hartebeest Maasai giraffes, lions, leopards, cheetahs, spotted hyenas, bison, elands, fields zebras, stipends and Thompson's gazelles, reedbucks, impalas are found in the park. Hell's Gate is a perfect site for multi day trip from Nairobi as the guests can investigate the wild of the territory as well as can appreciate mountain biking, shake ascending and take a natural spa.

Hell’s Gate National Park

Dramatic Scenery

National Park Activity

Game Viewing, Camping, Natural Spa, Bird Watching, Hiking, Horse Riding, Biking.

Undoubtedly, the main attraction of the park is its dramatic scenery.

Olive baboons are frequently observed nestled on the cliffs with a couple of klipspringers.

You can spot the rare Chanler's mountain reedbuck grazing on the slopes.

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

Hell's Gate offers excellent wildlife viewing throughout the year. But the best time to visit the park is during the dry season.Read More

How To Go

How To Go

You can easily reach Hell’s Gate National park by road or via airways Read More

Wildlife

Hell’s Gate is certainly not a big wildlife safari destination. Of the Big Five, just buffalo are seen, while leopards are present however rarely sighted. Giraffe, zebra, eland, hartebeest and Thomson's gazelle are common. Olive monkeys are frequently observed roosted on the cliffs while a decent spotter may get a couple of klipspringers. Less common is the Chanler's mountain reedbuck, which can be discovered nibbling on the verdant slants.

The Camps In The Hells Gate National Park

We offer camping and accommodation inside the park. We partner to provide the best accommodation for you amid your Kenya visit.

Kirawira Serena Camp
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