lake-naivasha national park

Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake in Kenya located around 100 kilometers northwest of Nairobi and near the town of Naivasha (formerly East Nakuru). The lake is part of the Great Rift Valley and its name comes from the Maasai word, Nai’posha – which translates as “rough water” – on account of the storms that can suddenly arise here. This vast lake is surrounded by a swampland and fringed by papyrus plants. Among the residents of the lake are over 400 species of birds, including fish eagles, ospreys, lily-trotters, black crakes, and herons, and it’s also home to a large community of hippos. A number of other mammals are also seen here and it’s not uncommon to see zebra, impala, buffalo, giraffe, and kongoni grazing in the areas surrounding the lake.Lake Naivasha is a popular for day trips and weekends away from Nairobi.

Hell’s Gate National Park

 trip depart from our Nairobi office for journey South along the great Right valley.then proceed to hells gate National park in lake Naivasha for dramatic landscape -deep gorges cave’s and plans hike,bike and game drive,look out raptors nesting in cliff’s once home to the bearded culture hike though of Norway gorge,climb fisher’s tower 25m(75ft) stop at Mervyn Carmella raptor.plenty of plains game like Buffalo you might spot cliff -trotting Chandlers or reedbuck and big cats.the ol kuria geothermal station is in the park first station of the kind in Africa provides 25 percent of Kenya electricity.then do the boat at lake Naivasha have the late lunch then proceed to Nairobi arriving at 5.30 to 6.30