Things to see and do - Nakuru
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Nakuru Travel guide
Nakuru : Michelin's recommendations
Construction of the railway linking Uganda with the Indian Ocean began at the turn of the 19C and 20C and passed through Nakuru. The town has grown steadily ever since and is now the fourth largest city in Kenya. Home to a large market, the city is also not far from Lake Nakuru National Park.
Tourist attractions Nakuru : Things to see and do
EAK - Nakuru
The Rift, a wide fault between the Red Sea and the Zambezi river, crosses Kenya along the valley of the same name. Dotted with volcanoes and numerous lakes (such as Lake Magadi and Lake Nukuru), the shores of which attract a profusion of wildlife, th..
EAK - Nakuru
Bird enthusiasts should not miss the shores of Lake Nakuru, which are renowned for their hundreds of different species, the most famous of which is the pink flamingo. All visitors will enjoy Lake Nakuru National Park, where gazelles, lions and rhinoc..
Geoffrey Kamau Ave. EAK - 20100 Nakuru
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Midland Hotel Nakuru offers accommodation in Nakuru. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Some rooms feature a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Midland Hotel Nakuru features free WiFi throughout the property. A flat-screen TV is featured. Th..
12737 EAK - 20100 Nakuru
Milimani Suites is set in Nakuru, 10 km from Lake Nakuru National Park and 9 km from Menengai Crater. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Every room is equipped with a private..
crateclimb lane EAK - Nakuru
Graceland Hotel offers accommodation in Nakuru. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Every room comes with a flat-screen TV. Each room includes a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries. A TV with cable channels i..