Kilele Climb Tours

National Park Overview

Lake Naivasha is a beautiful freshwater lake, bordered by thick papyrus. Lake Naivasha, which signifies 'undulating water' in a local lingo, is the biggest freshwater lake along the Kenyan area of the Rift Valley. Commanded by colossal umbrella-like acacia trees that encompass the earthenware waters of the lake, quite a bit of Naivasha's shores is taken up by gigantic homesteads developing cut blooms (mostly carnations and roses) for the universal market. A great part of the lake is encompassed by woodlands of the yellow yapped Acacia Xanthophlea - the yellow fever tree. These timberlands overflow with flying creature life, and Naivasha is known as a world class birding goal.

Giraffes meander among the acacia, Buffalo flounder in the bogs and Colobus monkeys call from the treetops while the Lakes huge hippo populace rest the outing in the shallows. The district encompassing the Lake is well worth investigating. There are two increasingly littler lakes adjacent, Oloidien, and Sonachi, a brilliant green crater lake. Hell's Gate National Park lies close to the lake. This Park was named for its pair of huge red tinged cliffs surrounding a geothermically dynamic inside of steam vents and gurgling springs. The park is home to a bounty of fields game and birdlife. Strolling is allowed, making it perfect for climbing, biking, and shake climbing.

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How To Go

Lake Naivasha National Park is located in central Kenya. So from Nairobi it will be a two hour drive in roadway. And only 15 minutes in flight.

National Park Activity

Game Drives, Camping, Nature Walk, Picnics, Photography, Bird Watching.

It is a UNESCO world heritage e site, It has about 550 different plant species including the unique and biggest euphorbia forest in Africa.

You can spot the elusive white rhinos, It home to over 450 bird species including the well-known greater and lesser flamingos and pelicans.

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

The Dry season is best for wildlife seeing (when animals are found around water sources),Read More


Lake Nakuru offers simple wildlife review of most big safari creatures except for elephants. Black and white rhino were re-presented during the 1990s and have reproduced to a solid populace. White rhino are normally simple to see on the lakeshore. Rothschild giraffe, bison and hippo are various too. Panther are available, yet not generally encountered.

Most Attractive Point of Park: White Rhinos.

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