Lake Nakuru National Park is located on the floor of the Great Rift Valley in Kenya, East Africa. The area is probably most famous for the pink plumage of flamingos crowding the river, a unique sight.
The rest of the bird population in the area is also plentiful, with over 400 different species to admire. In fact, this area’s birdlife is so special that it was declared not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site but also recognised as an Important Bird Area (IBA) since 2009, an Endemic Bird Area (EBA), and a RAMSAR site since 1990.
However, it’s not all about the birds here. Safari lovers will be delighted to learn that Lake Nakuru National Park is a haven for over 100 endangered rhinos, Rotschild’s giraffe, and other species like lions, impalas, waterbuck, buffalos, and more. The landscapes range from woodlands to grasslands and rocky escarpments luring various species of wildlife. It also makes for incredible photo opportunities! However, we still believe the best photos are taken from our boats, where you get a unique vantage point and can enjoy uninterrupted views.
Cliff Boat Safaris is about a three-hour drive from the capital Nairobi, but there are also fly-in options if you want to skip the road transfer.
Remember that booking is essential, so please contact us today to reserve your spot on your preferred boat.
Cliff Boat Safaris in Kenya offer a different perspective of the area, in particular of wildlife in the water like hippos, waterbucks, birdlife, and more.
Boat safaris in Kenya offer a different perspective of the area and are perfect for bird-watchers and photographers.