Lake Nakuru National Park

Flamingo at the Lake Nakuru Game Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is a protected area located in central Kenya, about 160 kilometers northwest of Nairobi. The park is named after Lake Nakuru, a shallow soda lake that covers a large portion of the park.

The Lake Nakuru National Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including baboons, gazelles, impalas, waterbucks, warthogs, buffalo, and giraffes, as well as over 400 species of birds. The park is particularly famous for its large population of pink flamingos, which can be seen congregating in huge flocks on the shores of the lake.

The park offers several activities for visitors, including game drives, bird watching, hiking, and picnicking. There are also several lodges and campsites located within the park, providing accommodation for those who wish to stay overnight.

In addition to its natural attractions, Lake Nakuru National Park is also of cultural significance, as it is located in the traditional homeland of the Maasai people. Visitors can learn about Maasai culture and traditions through guided tours and cultural experiences.

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