A great place to get rid of all the stress. A great place to relax in nature. Could take family, friends to cook and celebrate with wine. Plus is the caves, waterfalls and lakefront. nominal entrance fee and facility fee. Would have preferred to drive there on your own. The best time of day to visit is 9 am, leave before 2 or before 1, at the end of the day.
Nakuru National Park (NAKURU) is located in the town of Nakuru in the Rift Valley Province, covering an area of 188 square kilometers with an altitude of 1753-2073, which is a specially established park for the protection of birds. The lake is famous for its flamingos, which are in volcanic zone and is of high salinity and alkalinity, and is suitable for the growth of plankton as the staple food of flamingos. In addition to the birds in the park, there are many large animals, such as monkeys, jumping rabbits, clawless otters, rock raccoons, and black rhinos. The lake area varies with the rainy season in 5-30 square kilometers. In 1960, the government designated the lake as a bird reserve. In 1968, it was expanded to a national park, which was the first national park in Africa to protect birds.