5 days Rift valley lakes
Lake Nakuru: The world famous Lake Nakuru was created in June 1968 to protect the stunning flocks of lesser flaming. It covers and area of 188 Sq. Kms and the flamingoes literally turns the shores into a magnificent pink colour. The bird-life of Lake Nakuru is astounding, giving it the title ‘rnithological Paradise’. It is famous in the ornithological arena for scientists and nature-film photography. A wide range of wood-vegetation, bush and grassland exists around the Lake with a numerous ecological diversity among them rocky escarpments and rocky ridges.
and White Colobus monkey. In the bush lands of the vicinity within the park you can view elands,
steinbok, impalas, Chandler’s reedbuck and dik dik, whilst rock hyrax and klipspringer occupy the cliffs and escarpment. Accommodations include two lodges, K.W.S. Guest House, five campsites, self help banda and two picnic sites, Makalia Falls & Njoro River Mouth.
Masai mara This is one of the most famous Parks in the world and the most visited park in Kenya. Standing at an altitude of 5,000 Ft , 275 Kms from Nairobi down the Great Rift Valley with magnificent views in the distance is Masai Mara Game Reserve. The Reserve itself offers the famous ‘Out of Africa’ breathtaking views and covers an area of 1,510 Sq. Km.
Famous also for the Out of Africa film which was mostly filmed here, this Reserve holds an
extraordinary density of animals including “the Big Five” (lions, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros). You will be amazed by the populations and species of plains game.