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Nakuru: 

Lake Nakuru National Park: Famous for its flamingos and rhino sanctuary.

The pink flamingos at Lake Nakuru National Park, provide a magnificent view that is one of a kind. Apart from being a home to a vast population of flamingos, Lake Nakuru National Park serves as a safe haven for the endangered rhino species, housing both the white and black rhinos. Moreover, there is a diverse range of wildlife including zebras, antelopes, cheetahs, and leopards. The moments experienced inside the park are magical, from bird-spotting adventures to breathtaking game drives it remains a must-visit destination in Kenya.

Menengai Crater: A large volcanic crater offering hiking opportunities and scenic views.

Have you been to the Menengai Crater? why not?  Gear up for hiking the crater rim, and see the gorgeous Kenyan landscape unfold before your eyes. Feel the thrill of exploration as you contemplate the ancient lava flows and appreciate the geological wonders of this terrain. Enjoy the view of the Rift Valley below. Menengai Crater gives you a thrilling nature experience that will live forever in your memories.

Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site: An archaeological site with evidence of early human settlements.

Learn the history of one of the most wonderful archaeological sites in Africa, the Hyrax Hill Prehistoric Site, in the Central Nakuru District of Kenya. On this site, there are clear proofs of the early man’s habitation which began in 3000 B.C. The fossils were discovered by some of the world’s more famous archaeologists, such as Dr. Mary Leakey who found Neolithic burials, as well as pieces and remnants belonging to the Iron Ages. Located in a small homestead-style building constructed in the early twentieth century, the ethno-archaeological museum exhibits ethnographical items, artifacts, and specimens of local fauna and flora. The tourists are allowed to walk around the exposed archeological diggings, maybe even work there, and perhaps speak to the archeologists if fortunate, besides the vantage point to view Lake Nakuru from the hill. The place is indeed a very important site for archaeological pieces and should not be missed by anybody interested in art/history especially as it relates to Kenya’s early history.

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