Hell's Gate National Park: Full-Day Tour from Nairobi with Elsamere

Hell's Gate National Park: Full-Day Tour from Nairobi with Elsamere
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$254
Duration: 1 day
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Hell's Gate is one of only two Kenyan national parks in which you are free to leave your vehicle and explore the park on foot. The park is home a variety of wildlife, unusual plant life, and over 130 species of birds.

Hell's Gate is one of only two Kenyan national parks in which you are free to leave your vehicle and explore the park on foot. The park is home a variety of wildlife, unusual plant life, and over 100 species of birds.

Pick up early in the morning from your Nairobi city hotel and drive towards Hells Gate at  6am. Embark on this amazing full-day walking safari trip to Hell’s Gate National Park, driving through a scenic landscape of plains with views of Lake Naivasha. Learn about the remarkable plants and animals that thrive within the park, including over 100 bird species. Take in dramatic views of soaring, red cliffs, deep gorges and basalt columns, and enjoy the freedom to explore on foot. Experience the thrill of seeing large, plant-eating game animals outside the vehicle in a region where great herds of zebra thunder past baboons, buffalo and hartebeest.

Find out how to spot signs of leopard, cheetah, and the long-legged serval cats that hunt in the tall grass. Break for lunch at a nearby restaurant. After lunch, continue to the Elsamere Conservation Center, a wildlife conservation center at the edge of Lake Naivasha. Hear the story of Joy and George Adamson, whose former home now supports a troop of black and white colobus monkeys that you can spot playing in the acacia trees and peaceful gardens.

Finish the day with return transfer to your hotel in Nairobi.

Hell's Gate is one of only two Kenyan national parks in which you are free to leave your vehicle and explore the park on foot. The park is home a variety of wildlife, unusual plant life, and over 130 species of birds.