The Kenyan soda waters of Lake Nakuru is a renown bird watchers paradise. A game drive through the Lake Nakuru Park should provide a lovely experience to spot the spectacular coloured flamingos, maybe some buffalos wallowing in the soda lake or even the introduced black or white rhinos. Baboons and warthogs are often seen in this area as well as the renowned tree climbing lions this area is home to.
The pink hue created by the Lesser flamingos on the edges of Lake Nakuru becomes a photographers dream. The birdlife is not limited to the flamingos but pelicans, cormorants, grebes, terns, stilts, avocets and ducks flock to the warm water.
The shallow alkaline lake of Lake Nakuru is home to thousands sometimes millions of pink flamingos but also many unique African mammals like the endangered black and rhino.
African predators such as the lion, cheetah and leopard are frequently spotted in the Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya
Lake Nakuru National park is now home to black and white rhino as well as the Rothschild giraffes, lions, leopards, and cheetahs. It is picturesque with varied landscape, a soda lake, woodlands, grasslands and flood prone plains which make it a fabulous safari destination for wildlife viewing..