Unfortunately I visited when the flamingos had gone so I didn't get to see the flight of the flamingoes but there is plenty more to see. This is one of the few parks where you can see rhino and we also saw lots more. Great...More
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Some 50 years ago I did my National Service near Nakuru. The picture of teeming Flamingoes shows it THEN: trees full of Pelicans and Storks, miles of parading Flamingoes with their pink chorus-lines of courting dancers - sadly, all gone! The rising lake level since...More
Hi guys, After the raising water levels of 2012, the water is not very alkaline, So there are no alkaline loving algae. So there are no flamingos. We were here in 2007. The park has changed. The entrance we used 10 years ago is not...More
We visited lake nakuru in July 2017. Spent just a day... since it had rained the day we went the view in the morning with the mist was lovely...flamingoes are present less now days due to excess water in nakuru...so those who want to see...More
We originally wanted to go here for the Flamingos that were pictured in our guidebook. Then we learned that most of the Flamingos moved elsewhere due to high water levels in recent years. We decided to go anyway for the Rhinos & saw 3 White...More
We took a day trip to Lake Nakuru National Park from Naivasha. We spotted White Rhino (though it looked more grey than white) here apart from plenty of other animals, including lions. Lake Nakuru is extraordinarily scenic in its beauty and a photographer's delight.
Having lived in Kenya for 5 years, this has always been one of my favorite places to take visitors. (I've visited the park around 20 times.) Although the Mara is more famous, it's amazing the diversity of wildlife that you can see at Lake Nakuru...More
We did 24hrs in the park with overnight at SOPA lodge (pricing etc doesn't come up on trip advisor automatically.. keep looking it's worth it ...fab place!) Easily saw lots of baboons, a few marmoset , zebra, watt hogs, giraffe, dik dik, impala, water buck...More