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Email : info@mohraletours.co.ke Phone: +254792315448
LOCATION: RONALD NGALA STREET TARITA CENTRE, ELDORET . KENYA
TYPOLOGIES

Kenya Safaris

DIFFICULTY

Medium

MIN. AGE

10 Years

Lake Naivasha is the second largest fresh water lake in Kenya and is Home to over 400 bird species. It has a lot of wildlife among them being the Hippos, Giraffes, storks and Eagles catching fish out of the Lake.

The Olkaria Geothermal Spa is the largest Spa in Africa. The healing water of the geothermal springs leave you feeling cleansed and refreshed.

Hell's Gate National Park is named after a narrow break in the cliffs, a tributary of a prehistoric lake that fed early humans in the Rift Valley. You will be able to do bike rides in the park as you see the many wildlife.

DAY 1: Eldoret-Lake Naivasha

Start our journey to Lake Naivasha from Eldoret. Lake Naivasha is the second largest freshwater lake in Kenya.

Have a stopover at Timboroa to see where the equator imaginary line crosses.

Proceed to Naivasha and arrive at the Hells gate National  where you will have bike rides inside the park as you explore it and see the variety of Wildlife and the gorges.

Head to the Olkaria Spa for a warm swim. The Spa is the largest spa in Africa.

You will the proceed to the Lake Naivasha  resort for Dinner and Overnight Stay.

DAY 2: Return to Eldoret

Depart to Crescent Island after breakfast. The Island hosts a lot of  animals. The place can only be accessed via Boat Rides from the shores.

Have boat rides at the Crescent Island and Afterwards a walking safari excursion.

Head back to Eldoret to arrive in the evening.

 

Note: Rates are based per No of people in the Vehicle.

2Pax - 351USD

3Pax - 298USD

4Pax - 272USD

5Pax - 257USD

6Pax - 248USD

7Pax - 239USD

 Cost Inclusive:

  • Roundtrip transport in a Comfortable Tour Van
  • Accommodation at the Lake Naivasha Resort
  • Meals on full Board basis
  • Crescent Island Boat ride fee
  • Hells Gate park fee
  • Olkaria Entrance fee
  • Bottled Water
  • Tour Guide fees

 COST EXCLUSIVE:

•Personal items.
•Tips and gratuities.