Lake Naivasha and Nakuru form part of the Great Rift Valley Lakes. There are 4 of these alkaline lakes in the area. Due to the alkaline waters the lakes are a huge source of food for thousands of lesser and greater flamingoes that feed in the shallow waters.

Sometimes there are so many flamingoes it is all you can see and the lakes look like they are covered in a carpet of pink! The area is a great stop over en-route to some of Kenya’s better known National Parks. It is very scenic and most accommodations make use of the panoramic views and landscapes.

Lake Nakuru is a more favored home for the Flamingoes and Baboon Cliff offers an excellent view. The birds do move so please check with a consultant before making final arrangements. Lake Naivasha and Nakuru are surrounded by National Park so are a wildlife destination too. Lake Nakuru is home to the critically endangered Black Rhino and has other big game like the Giraffe, Lion and Leopard.


Experience life as the pioneering settlers of Kenya knew it at Loldia House, the award-winning luxury safari lodge on the northwestern shores of the mighty Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley. Wild animals roam free and hippos graze quietly by the waterside on this family-owned farm, making Loldia House an ideal spot to relax, taste the pleasures of Kenyan country life and explore the Great Rift Valley Read More

The Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort boasts a magnificent setting, one of the many reasons it is an award winning leading golf resort in Kenya. Perched on lip of the Eburru massif, overlooking the glittering expanse of Lake Naivasha, it rests in the cradle of one of the world's natural wonders - the Great Rift Valley. Read More