Lake Nakuru National Park was established in 1961, and it is popular for its population of flamingos. The abundance of algae is one the main reasons for the large amount of various species of birds on the shore of Lake Nakuru. These birds are protected under the Ramsar Conventions on Wetlands.
If you are travelling to Nakuru County, a visit to Lake Nakuru National Park should top your list of places to explore. Nakuru National Park, as it is sometimes referred to, is home to 5 endangered species of birds and over 400 bird species in total. You will also see the black and white rhinoceros, giraffes, pythons, jackals, hippopotamus, hyenas, lesser flamingos, lions, cheetahs, black rhinos, colobus monkeys and wild dogs.
You may also combine a trip to this national park with a tour of famous attractions in Naivasha, such as Hell's Gate National Park.
Kenya Citizen Adult Ksh. 860
Kenya Citizen Child Ksh. 215
East African Resident Adult Ksh. 1030
East African Resident Child Ksh.515
Non-Resident Adult USD 60
Non-Resident Child USD 35
Lake Nakuru National Park is a RAMSAR site with one of the largest population of birds in Kenya. Lake Nakuru, within this park, has a large population of flamingos. The park is also home to mammals like rhinos.