Lake Nakuru National Park is so picturesque it’s simply impossible to not love every moment of your safari holiday here! Travelers call it a true birdwatching heaven and it’s easy to see why. Nakuru Lake is home to 450 bird species and 56 different mammals. Flamingos, rhinos, zebras, or lions, you name them and they’re there. On top of that, the diversity of natural landscape is simply to die for! From grasslands to valleys and even waterfalls, you won’t believe the dazzling beauty of this land.
Tanzania is a feast for the senses. Its unparalleled natural beauty and wildlife viewing are simply breathtaking.
The birthplace of safari travel, Kenya offers incredible natural beauty, great game viewing, the heart-pumping wildebeest migration, and interesting cultural encounters.
What’s the best time to see the Great Migration? What are the highlights for a safari in Tanzania? These and more questions are answered in this safari guide for Tanzania.
After all that day’s heat, it was late afternoon and we were arriving in Nakuru Town in the rain. Only the purple flowers in the trees along the road seemed to smile back at us, as my travel partner and I were both excited because that’s the feeling that new places seed in travelers.