3 Days 2 Nights Lake Bogoria/Baringo/Lake Nakuru

Lake Bogoria is a saline lake that lies in a volcanic region south of Lake Baringo. It is home to flamingos and its famous attraction is the hot springs. Lake Baringo is the most northern of the Kenyan rift valley lakes after Lake Turkana. The Park has a vast number of wildlife. Lake Nakuru National Park is home to millions of flamingos. The Lake itself is a soda lake on the floor of the Rift valley. The Lake from a distance appears ringed in pink because of the vast number of flamingos.

Day 1: Eldoret – Lake Bogoria

If you’ve seen photos of flamingos in Kenya, they were probably taken at Lake Bogoria National Reserve. If you’re lucky you might also see leopards, klipspringers, gazelles, buffaloes, and even greater kudu, but flamingos are the main attractions.

One of the closest hotels to Lake Bogoria Spa Resort is an excellent base. Old-style rooms are generally large, have a warm color scheme, and some have views out over the surrounding countryside. It’s well known for its spa center, there’s a swimming pool and you can enjoy the bar and restaurant.

Day 2: Lake Baringo – Lake Nakuru

The scenery of Lake Baringo is breathtaking. The Lake is famous for its great number of crocodiles and hippos along the Lake.

Since it’s a freshwater lake lesser flamingos are not present at the Lake. The Lake is well known for its bird viewing as it hosts a greater number of bird species.

We will then proceed to Lake Baringo reptile park to see the different varieties of reptiles. Have a boat ride for an Island excursion, the love island, and the hot spring.

Have packed lunch as you proceed with our journey to Lake Nakuru arriving in time for check-in at Lake Nakuru
Dinner and Overnight at the Lodge.

Day 3: Lake Nakuru – Eldoret

Lake Nakuru itself is a soda lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley. The site of the at times millions of Flamingoes is quite spectacular. From a distance, the Lake appears ringed in pink because of the massive number of flamingoes.

The Lake has also earned a reputation as an important haven for endangered species- particularly the Rothschild Giraffe and the black and White rhino. You will be able to also spot Lions, Waterbuck, Buffalo, and Baboons as they are all residents here. The Lake has retained its reputation as an Ornithologist’s delight with more than 400 species of Birds.

Head back to Eldoret arriving latest by 6:00 pm.

Cost inclusive;

  • Transport in a comfortable pop-up roof vehicle
  • 1 Night Accommodation
  • Meals on a full board basis
  • All government taxes and levies
  • Professional Tour Guide Services
  • Bottled of drinking water while on safari

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