Overnight tour to Hell's gate Park and lake Nakuru National park

Overnight tour to Hell's gate Park and lake Nakuru National park
Multi-day & Extended Tours > Multi-day Tours > Multi-day Safaris
$310
Duration: 2 days
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Description

Hell’s gate is one of the world’s park where you can walk and ride bicycle while watching animals.
While in lake Naivasha boat ride our captain will explain to you different bird species  and you will see hippos.

Enjoy Lake Nakuru National Park, home to one of the most remarkable wild bird populations in all of Africa. Observe the wildlife on a game viewing  drive, and be on the lookout for the park's amazing flamingos.

This park is also a Rhino sanctuary; one of the world’s endangered species.


DAY 1

7am - Depart Nairobi and start of drive to Naivasha, brief stop over at the Great rift valley view point.

Arrive at the gate of hells gate at around 9am. Start of the biking tour at hells gate for 2 hours

11am - Visit the gorges inside the park. Gorges are small thin depressions of land mass where you can walk underneath. Some areas have formed caves where you can walk through. This will take 1 hour.

1pm - Finish the tours and bring the bikes back at the gate.

1pm - Drive to Naivasha  for lunch.

2pm - Take a 1 hour boat ride in the lake for bird watching and hippo viewing.

4pm - End of all activities  and start the drive  to Nakuru.

Overnight stay at Mat fam lanet resort.

NOTE: You can upgrade to lake Nakuru Lodge at an extra cost.

 DAY 2

Early morning half day game drive in Lake Nakuru national park with picnic lunch.
End of game drive after Lunch and depart for Nairobi 3 hours drive, 

arrive around 5 pm 

End of program

NOTE: Lunch on the first day is not included.

Hell’s gate is one of the world’s park where you can walk and ride bicycle while watching animals.
While in lake Naivasha boat ride our captain will explain to you different bird species  and you will see hippos.

Enjoy Lake Nakuru National Park, home to one of the most remarkable wild bird populations in all of Africa. Observe the wildlife on a game viewing  drive, and be on the lookout for the park's amazing flamingos.

This park is also a Rhino sanctuary; one of the world’s endangered species.