Located 157 km from Nairobi, near Nakuru municipality, in the county of the same name, Lake Nakuru National Park is considered one of the pearls of Kenya.

It is a privileged place for the observation of aquatic birds since the area is a refuge for migratory birds, particularly flamingos. In this wonderful place live more than 450 different species, standing out for its vast number of mammals with around 56 different species, including white rhinos, buffalo, antelope, lion, mandrill; it also boasts a vegetation of about 550 different species of plants, including the single largest euphorbia forest in Africa and yellow acacia forests.

Due to the proximity of towns such as Nairobi, Narok and Nakuru itself, it is a very visited park since sometimes during the week a group of schoolchildren and families from these nearby towns come to spend the weekend.

It is a different park from the rest, since in it, you can see a spectacle of color in its lake thanks to the number of flamingos that feed on it, Due to the proximity of towns such as Nairobi, Narok and Nakuru itself it is a This park is highly visited since sometimes during the week a group of schoolchildren and families from these nearby towns come to spend the weekend, as well as for its fascinating and prehistoric-looking species.