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Lake Nakuru Day Trip From Nairobi
"Lake Nakuru a small (it varies from 5 to 30 square kilometers) shallow alkaline lake on the edge of the town of Nakuru lies about 160 kilometers north of Nairobi. It can therefore be visited in a day tour from the capital or more likely as part of a circuit taking i often more than a million maybe two. The park now has more than 25 rhinos one of the largest concentrations in the country so the chances of spotting these survivors are good. There are also a number of Rothschild's giraffe again translocated for safety from western Kenya beginning in 1977. Waterbuck are very common and both the Kenya species are found here. Among the predators are lion and leopard the latter being seen much more frequently in recent times. LAKE NAKURU DAY TRIP ITINERARY0700hrs: Depart Nairobi for Nakuru National park 1000hrs: Arrive at the Nakuru National park and proceed for a 2hr game drive. 1230hrs:
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Day Trip to Lake Nakuru from Nairobi
"After picking you up early in the morning from your hotel in Nairobi we will depart on our 2-5 hour drive towards Lake Nakuru national parkincluding a stop at the Lake Nakuru viewing point.On arrival at the Lake Nakuru park you will embark on a game -viewing drivewith a a chance to see some of Kenya's remarkable bird life on the beautiful lakes of the Rift valley.Keep your eyes open for other animals grazing along the shorelineincluding some of Africans famous game animals.Lake Nakuru has earned its fame as the home of the greatest bird spectacle in the worlda myriad of often more than a million pink flamingos that flock to feed at its shallow warm waters.Depending on how many wildlife we come acrosswe will leave the park between 15.00 and 16.00 to arrive back in Nairobi between 18.00 and 19.00and we drop you at your hotel."
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Nairobi Tour to the Lake Nakuru National Park
"On arrival at the Lake Nakuru park you will embark on a game-viewing drive with a chance to see some of Kenya's remarkable birdlife on the beautiful lakes of the Rift Valley. Keep your eye open for other animals grazing along the shoreline including some of Africa’s famous game animals.Lake Nakuru has earned its fame as the home of the greatest bird spectacle in the world a myriad of often more than a million pink flamingos that flock to feed at its shallow warm waters.After our morning trip through the park enjoy lunch at one of the lodges before we leave for another game viewing drive.Depending on how mu we will leave the park between 3:00 and 4:00 to arrive back in Nairobi between 6:00 and 7:00 and we drop you at your hotel. Don’t miss this opportunity to get up close with some of Kenya’s most amazing birds and other wildlife.""""Take a trip to the beautiful Lake Nakuru National Park on this full-day tour from Nairobi. Enjoy views of the stunning Rift Valley on the drive to the park and go on a game viewing drive at Lake Nakuru
From $190.00

More Sports & Outdoors in Masai Mara Game Reserve

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Wattled Plover

Also known as African Wattled Lapwing, both the male and the female have long yellow wattles on their head which gives them their name and their distinctive look. They are fairly commonly spotted in...
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Tawny Eagle

One of three subspecies found in Kenya, the tawny eagle will feed on prey as large as a dik dik, steel food from other predators (kleptoparasites) and even scavenge alongside vultures. The tawny eagle...
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Secretary Bird

This bird of prey gets its name from its crest feather, which looks like the old fashioned quills secretaries used to use in the 19th century. A terrestrial and solitary bird, it will only fly if...
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Nubian Vulture

The Nubian vulture is also known as the lappet-faced vulture because of its overlapping skin on its bare head. It is the largest African vulture and also the rarest vulture; and is considered an...
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Marabou Stork

Marabou storks stand up to 1.5m tall and have a bald head and long spindly legs. They have a reputation for being somewhat unsavoury, with their fondness for carrion and their habit of squirting...
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Lilac Breasted Roller

One of the most spectacular of the smaller birds found in Kenya, the lilac breasted roller is easily identified by its extravagant colouration. It feeds on invertebrates and lizards and sometimes even...
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Helmeted Guineafowl

Four subspecies of the helmeted guineafowl are found in Kenya. The guineafowl is around 60cm long and weighs 1.5 kg, and are often found in large flocks on the ground. In the evening they will fly to...
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Hammerkop

About 20 inches long, the hammerkop has a distinctive head shape which gives it its name, from the Dutch “hammerhead”. Seen usually in pairs, this is a sedentary bird which feeds mainly on tadpoles...
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Egyptian Geese

Although here seen with young on the water, Egyptian Geese spend most of their time on land. They are around 70cm high and weigh around 2 kg. They are quite territorial and found mostly in just a...
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Crowned Crane

I don't know whether bird watching can be classed as a sport, but for convenience sake, I will be putting my bird pictures under this heading.The crowned crane is a large, spectacular and gregarious...
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RACING-MONGOOSE

Silly-Silly animals! They come out nowhere.I have a few more shots of these guys. Thats for later. Run stop look, Run stop look! They take turns doing this. Which one will cross the line first?10/2001...
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GIRAFFE-NECKING"

These BLACK n WHITE GIRAFFES good stuff! To get them fighting is another first for me! They weren't really hurting each other.MASAI-MARA, 10/2001
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RACING SECRETARY BIRDS!

I have many shots of these birds in flight! Theother didn't come out that good! Then finally,a good shot!MASAI-MARA 10/2001
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"DON'T ROCK THE BOAT, HIPPOS!!!!!"

With the DREAM CAMP driver, we were able to get out above the MARA RIVER. It smelled reall bad here! But, worth it!!MASAI MARA, 10/2001
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Top Hotels in Masai Mara Game Reserve

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C14, Keekorok, Kenya ( Masai Mara Reserve), Kenya
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C13 Lolgorien -north-western Masai Mara Reserve-, Kenya
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C12 Keekorok, Kenya
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C14, Keekorok, Kenya
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C14, Keekorok - -Masai Mara Reserve-, Kenya
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C14, Keekorok, Oloolaimutia valley (Masai Mara Reserve), Oloolaimutia Gate, Kenya
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Top Things to Do in Masai Mara Game Reserve

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Schools

Inside the Masai Mara there are a few locals schools .. These are run by Kenyans and is playing a vital role in providing education and enabling development for the tribal children. Most of these...
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