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About Lake Nakuru National Park
Lake Nakuru National Park is located within the Nakuru County, which is identified as the fourth largest county in Kenya. This park is about 140 km southwest of Nairobi (Kenya's capital city). It is situated around Lake Nakuru, which is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes, at an elevation of 1754m above sea level. 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.
Safari Camps & Lodges in Lake Nakuru
First, check the list of Lake Nakuru National Park hotels to find a luxurious place to stay during your safari. Lake Nakuru National Park lodges include Sarova Lion Hill Lodge and Lake Nakuru Lodge. At Lake Nakuru Lodge, you will enjoy facilities and amenities like a mini bar, onsite parking, a swimming pool and luggage storage.
Most Lake Nakuru National Park lodges are around the lake, giving guests spectacular view from the room. Additionally, guests can explore the lake and the national park daily.
You can also check out Nakuru cottages and camps like Flamingo Hill Tented Camp.
Explore Lake Nakuru National Park
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.
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