Lake Naivasha National Park is a unique park with unique features like the extinct volcano Mount Longonot which last erupted in the 1860.

Established in 1995, Lake Naivasha National Park is one of the youngest national parks in Kenya. The freshwater of Lake Naivasha holds a healthy fish population which attracts an astonishing number of waters depending on birds. Up to 30,600 waterfowl occur.




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  • Location

    Lake Naivasha national park is located in the Northwest part of Nairobi along the great Rift Valley region within the Great Rift Valley close to Hell’s Gate National park. The park is famous as a birding destination

  • Best time to visit

    The months from June to October are considered as the best time to travel around, exploring the wildlife and the scenic beauty. These are the summer season with hot days but bearable situation for the safari activities.

  • Animals

    Some of the animals found here include the giraffe, wildebeest, impala, zebra, gazelle, dik-dik and buffalo.

  • Birding

    Lake Naivasha is a diverse water bird community with more than 80 species, abundant Paleartic ducks most especially in November and February, the lake is famous known for its high density of African Fish Eagles nesting in the surrounding Acacia woodland and regionally threatened species include Podiceps cristatus

  • Weather

    Temperatures are Pleasant all year round! Average temperatures range from 24 ° (June) to 28 ° (February). The rainiest months are: November, may and April.

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Google Map for Lake Nalvasha National Park


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