Day 3: Naivasha / Nakuru (1h30)
After breakfast, depart for Lake Nakuru. The park now covers an area of approximately 190km2. Lake (62km2) is characterized, like most lakes in the Rift Valley, with its shallow and alkaline water that attracts thousands of flamingos (and lesser flamingos).
Lake Nakuru was established as a bird sanctuary, but it is home to large number of other animals, especially rhinos, ... It is also a park where lions and leopards bask in the trees .
Lunch at the camp Punda Milias Camp (located outside the Nakuru Park, near Lake Elmenteita)
Game drive in the afternoon in Nakuru Dinner and overnight camping bivouac Punda Milias (20 minutes) - L / D / BB