Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge, Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya
Exciting Safari in Kenya
Visit Lake Nakuru National Park and get a chance to take a game viewing drive around the lake. There are magnificent views of the entire park from Out Of Africa observation hill. There are plenty of pink flamingos, rhinos, buffaloes, and water bucks, among other animals. Enjoy a morning bush breakfast at one of the picnic spots after a game drive and take in the full charm of Africa!
Minimum group size: 1 person
Maximum group size: 7 persons
Children policy: Children are allowed as participants starting from three years old. Children should be supervised under the age of 10.
Airport transfer available:
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Swimming pool (outdoor)
You will be accommodated at Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge. This five-star accommodation located inside the park ensures you do not miss out on any action happening with the animals. The restaurant overlooks the lake and swimming after lunch is a must to cool down.
Day 1: Depart Nairobi for Lake Nakuru National Park
You will be picked up at your hotel or at the meeting point in the city center. Depart for Lake Nakuru National Park with a two hours drive from Nairobi. On arrival at the national park, enjoy an en-route game viewing drive at the park on your way to the lodge.
Check in to your room to freshen up and later have your sumptuous lunch. In the afternoon, enjoy a relaxing swim at the outdoor swimming pool. After that, you will have an evening game viewing drive. Dinner and overnight will be at the lodge.
Day 2: Bush breakfast and departure for Nairobi
Have an early morning game viewing drive. Enjoy a bush breakfast at Out of Africa view point. Head back to the lodge for check-out. Check out of the lodge and head back to the city. You will be dropped off at your city residence or airport. There is also the possibility of an optional tour of Lake Naivasha by boat ride and a Crescent Island walking safari.
Lake Nakuru was first gazetted as a bird sanctuary in 1960 and upgraded to national park status in 1968.
The park has Kenya’s largest population of rhinos. The surface of Lake Nakuru occupies about a third of the park.
It supports a dense bloom of the blue-green Cyanophyte Spirulina Platensis from which it derives its color and which is a food source for flamingos. During peak season, millions of flamingos and pelicans congregate on the lake.
Lake Nakuru is known as an ornithological paradise by bird-watchers because the lake is world famous as the location of the greatest bird spectacle on earth which boasts anywhere between one and two million lesser and greater pink flamingos that feed on the abundant algae thriving in the lake's warm waters.
It is world famous as the feeding ground of both lesser and greater flamingos and also a sanctuary for both black and white rhinos. Besides that, more than 400 species of birds can be seen in the park.