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Cliff Boat Safaris takes you on a discovery tour through the rich bird sanctuary, dramatic scenery and ever-changing landscape of Lake Nakuru National Park.

Entim Main Camp

Entim Main Camp

Discover the ultimate water adventure

Enjoy a game drive on the water to get a closer look at some water-based wildlife, like the majestic hippo stretching its mouth wide open and revealing its terrifying set of premolars. The area is particularly well-known for its rich birdlife, especially the fantastic pink plumage of the flamingos flocking to Lake Nakuru.

This adventure is perfect for wildlife photographers and bird-watching enthusiasts in particular. As the first national park declared an Important Bird Area (IBA) and Endemic Bird Area (EBA), you’ll be in seventh heaven as you float along the lake with something new catching your eye every couple of minutes.


The ultimate wildlife and birding paradise

Lake Nakuru National Park is located on the floor of the Great Rift Valley in Kenya, East Africa. It’s about a three-hour drive from the capital Nairobi, but there are also fly-in options if you want to skip the road transfer. The area is probably most famous for the pink plumage of flamingos crowding the river, a unique sight.

An unforgettable wildlife experience

Explore our destination in Lake Nakuru National Park where you can enjoy our boat safaris to see and learn more about this spectacular park.

Cliff Boat Safaris
"Clearly the highlight of this trip was the boat safari which was the best I have ever experienced in any country. We were served champagne, fresh breads and a host of other goodies as the tour guides (an experienced fisherman and a climate scientist and ecologist with an M.Sc. in her field) took us across the lake and explained every facet of the trip and the unique ecosystem and habitat. This was by far the best lake cruise I have been on and was educational, informative as well as fun for the kids."
"Nakuru is famous for birds and The Cliff's Mary is an expert on birds. She walked us through the property and showed us many species. She helped me track down a bird I'd wanted to see. We took a boat tour and Mary and Captain Suleiman was so knowledgeable and so eager to show us the best that Nakuru had to offer. We were bowled over. And the food on the tour... oh! Wow! It was a feast in the middle of the lake."
Debashri S