Lake Nakuru National Park, one of Kenya’s most iconic wildlife reserves, has just announced the return of its popular bus shuttle service. In a tweet posted earlier today, the park urged visitors not to get left behind, as the shuttle service is set to start operating again from 9am at the old railways terminus.
According to the tweet, the shuttle service will be available for all visitors to the park, with charges of KSH 1000 for Citizen adults and KSH 500 for Citizen children. This is fantastic news for those who have been looking forward to experiencing the natural beauty and wildlife of Lake Nakuru National Park.
The park is home to a stunning array of wildlife, including giraffes, zebras, baboons, and, of course, the park’s famous flamingos. Visitors to the park can enjoy game drives through the reserve, which is home to more than 50 different mammal species and over 450 bird species.
One of the highlights of any visit to Lake Nakuru National Park is undoubtedly the chance to witness the spectacle of thousands of flamingos flocking to the shores of the park’s eponymous lake. The sight of these beautiful birds, with their distinctive pink feathers, is truly breathtaking and not to be missed.
In addition to its wildlife, Lake Nakuru National Park is also a great place for outdoor enthusiasts, with opportunities for hiking, picnicking, and even camping. The park’s stunning landscapes, which range from open savannah to dense forest, make it an ideal destination for nature lovers.
Speaking about the return of the park’s bus shuttle service, a spokesperson for Lake Nakuru National Park said, “We are delighted to announce that our shuttle service is back up and running, and we can’t wait to welcome visitors back to the park. Lake Nakuru is a truly special place, and we know that anyone who visits will fall in love with its natural beauty and incredible wildlife.”
So why not take advantage of the park’s newly reopened shuttle service and plan a visit to Lake Nakuru National Park this weekend? With so much to see and do, it’s the perfect destination for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and reconnect with nature.
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