Visit one of the wonders of the world on a Great Rift Valley tour. The valley forms a wide trench (about 5400 miles long) down the length of Africa that is visible from the moon. When planning to have a vacation at the Great Rift Valley in Kenya, rest assured that you’ll be visiting L. Naivasha and L. Nakuru with the thousands of bright pink birds as they collect against its soda-crusted shoreline. Lake Nakuru is one Kenya’s most famous soda lakes. View the neighbouring park famous for attracting large flocks of flamingos. On the contrary, Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake that is home to buffaloes and hippos and an ultimate safari destination for birders with birds like the lily-trotters, fish eagles, black crakes, ospreys, and a large variety of herons.
Numerous mammals graze around this fresh water lake and you can also expect to see giraffes, impalas, zebras, and kongoni. Expect no regrets but good memorable experience at the Great Lakes.
- For Accommodations in the Great Rift Valley;
Sweet water’s Tented Camp quibbling in the heart of exclusively owned Sweet water’s Game Reserve, and offers grand views of game across the open plains to the snow capped peaks of Mount Kenya.
- Sarova Lion Hill Lodge located at the heart of the rift valley with plenty of birdlife, particularly the thousands of flamingos.
- Lake Nakuru Lodge
- Loldia House nestles under acacia trees which was built in the second World War and has breathtaking views of the dormant volcano, Mount Longonot, and the tranquil Lake Naivasha . It is on one of the country’s oldest farms
- Lake Naivasha Country Club an old colonial architecture of Lake Naivasha Country Club. So solid and easeful with accommodation in rooms and cottages set in 12 hectares of green lawns shaded by mature acacias and spreading fever trees.