Kenya Safari after the safari rally : Welcome back from the Kenya safari rally. Such a thrilling week of cars dust, and adventure. Now that, that is behind we want to invite for a safari in the beautiful land of Kenya. Yes we are inviting you for a safari after the safari rally.
We realize though you were at the safari rally at Hell’s gates National park you may not have gotten a chance to explore the beautiful land of Kenya, explore the nature and wildlife in the land.
Well we advise you start from Hell’s gate National park explore the parts of the park you have seen and for we have listed some other parks you should visit before you leave the country.
So to help you narrow down on which places to safari or visit here are some of our top places we feel you shouldn’t miss to visit.
The flamingo paradise. As your nearing the park you will not help it but marvel at the pink cover and a reflection of the blue waters. My goodness, it’s just a wonder.
The park is of course a bird hub with over 4500 bird species living the park including the famous flamingos.
The park houses about 100 animal species which include the rhinos, giraffes, zebras, monkeys, baboons and many more.
The assortment of the landscape the flora and the lake – lake Nakuru from which the park gets its name just takes the park’s beauty to another level.
Since the safari ends at Hell’s gate National park. This one of the nearest park you can visit.
From hell’s gates you can also visit lake Naivasha for boat rides and scenery viewing.
Amboseli National Park
Lake Nakuru National park is the flamingo hub, Amboseli national park is the elephant hub. This park is famous for harboring herds of elephants and for the beautiful view of the looming Kilimanjaro mountain in the park’s background. Apart from the elephants, the park is also home to other wildlife species like lions, buffaloes, zebras, wildebeest and many more.
It’s surrounded by the Maasai communities so when you visit the park you can get a chance to interact with these unique people and learn more about their culture.
Nairobi National Park
Right in the capital of Kenya, this is the easiest place to visit. The travel time is really minimal and your can visit it in just a day. This park is home a number of wildlife that include but not limited to rhinos, giraffes, antelopes, zebras and some big fives.
As we said you can visit this park in day. So in you bad on time and schedules this is the perfect stop for you.
Famous for the rugged Savannah vegetation, huge lion population, leopards, cheetahs and the wildebeests, this popular park is one your should plan to pay a visit to.
You will enjoy extensive game drives viewing animals, birds and nature. Other activities may include hot air balloon experiences, dinning in the wild among other things.
It’s quite a distance from the country’s capital but a visit to the park will be undeniably rewarding.
Mount Kenya National Park
If you are adventurous not afraid of a challenge. This is for you. The park the is home to not only a number of animals but also unmatchable landscapes and of course mount Kenya from which it gets its name; this park is a must visit.
If you are up for the hike, you have to conquer the second highest peak in Africa in about 4 to 6 days. It’s a challenging hike but the scenes from the top are to die for.
The beauty with a visit to Mount Kenya national park is that you get to see animals and also take a hike.