Spend the day 56 miles outside of Nairobi at the iconic Lake Naivasha. Your tour departs after breakfast and includes a stop at the Great Rift Valley view point. It's the perfect way to escape the city and enjoy some of the African wild. Arrive at the gate and take bikes for a ride around the park. This takes around 2 hours . Thereafter enjoy a tour of the gorges with your professional guide and enjoy this great adventure.
Thereafter exit the park and enjoy your packed picnic lunches or you can be taken to one of the hotels of your choice for lunch with payment direct.
Proceed after lunch for a boat ride at lake Naivasha which takes around 2hrs. From here you will commence your drive back to Nairobi and upon arrival you will be dropped at your Nairobi Hotel of stay.
Highlights of the day trip
- Full-Day Lake Naivasha Tour
- Enjoy a gorges walk with a guide
- Experience up close animal encounters
- Take a boat ride on Lake Naivasha
- Fuel surcharge
- Bottled water
- Hotel pickup and drop-off ,entrance fees to hells gate ,boat ride fees and bike ride and gorges tour fees
- Crescent Ilsand entrance fees
Lake Naivasha Day Tour
Lake Naivasha full day tour departs Nairobi after breakfast and the journey takes you Northwest of the city of Nairobi to the Great Rift Valley Floor. Along the way you make a special stop at a viewpoint to enjoy views of the Great Rift Valley Escarpment. There is just one “Crescent Island Game Park”. Located on Lake Naivasha, Kenya in the Great Rift Valley. It is simply one of the most beautiful parks in Kenya, often called Naivasha’s best kept secret. It is private, secure and patrolled by guides who can accompany anyone who wishes a for guided walk. The shores host abundant bird life especially huge numbers of pelicans, cormorants and fish-eagles with their haunting cry. There are more animals per acre than any other Kenyan Park, hence many film companies have been to the Island to film the herds of Wildebeests, Waterbuck, Zebra and Gazelle. We are not fenced to allow the wildlife on the mainland to come in as they lose their habitat to development and the ever increasing population. Hippo graze all over us at night then sleep under the acacia or rest in the water by day. The giraffe who were born on the island return to give birth; sometimes you see three generations at a time.