AUTHENTIC SAFARIS & PERSONALIZED TOURS IN LAKE ELEMENTAITA WITH AFRICANMECCA
You will have a diverse Kenya birding safari at Lake Elementaita and the Soysambu Conservancy, as more than 450 avi-fauna species have been identified in the area. The largest populations are great white pelicans and lesser and greater flamingos. Approximately 90% of all of Kenya’s black-necked grebes and cape teals are found at the lake, as well as maccoa duck, the critically threatened great crested grebe, great egret and other species that represent conservation concerns. More than half a million birds visit the lake annually, including resident and migratory species, so you are sure to see some of your most sought-after birds. No matter your fitness level, AfricanMecca can arrange a walking safari or bush hike to meet your needs. You can travel to the savannah plains to observe buffalos, elands, zebras and other plains game, or walk along the shores of the lake to have an up-close view of the feathered visitors. Your pleasurable and knowledgeable guide injects a new and interesting perspective into the nature that you explore, such as footprints, tracking techniques, scat and carcass identification, plant identification and medicinal uses and so much more! Another site of interest for your exploratory vacation at Lake Elementaita is the Kekopey hot springs. The springs are an integral part of local traditions, as the water is believed to heave healing properties. We recommend a morning visit to the springs, as this is the best time to see pied kingfishers and yellow-billed storks, but the surrounds around the springs are also superb for birdwatching any time of day. If you are fit, you can also trek the Sleeping Warrior Crater and the Hill of Mawe Mbili.
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WHERE TO STAY IN ELEMENTAITA
Whether you prefer a colonial-style camp or an intimate lodge, the accommodations at Lake Elementaita are perfectly suited for all. The main options are Elmenteita Serena, Sleeping Warrior and Sunbird Lodge.
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GUIDE ON LAKE ELEMENTAITA
Elementaita is located in between Nakuru and Naivasha. It is a much less visited wilderness than other natural attractions, so you enjoy a sense of privacy and solitude in a wondrous volcanic landscape.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT ELEMENTAITA
Elementaita is a wondrous wilderness to visit anytime during the year, but we recommend visitng during the dry season. Wildlife viewing is better, and you get to see a variety of species in a small area.
What are our Customers saying about us? READ MORE REVIEWS
Jambo Raza, The Lake Nakuru outing was great! We saw lots of pelicans, some flamingos, both black and white rhino... We've already recommended a Kenya safari to friends and relatives. Thanks again
Scott Aaronson - Associate Professor, M.I.T - Boston, United States
Raza, it was the vacation of a lifetime, again, thanks so much. From the flamingo of Lake Nakuru and the foot hills of Masai Mara, we saw the best of what Kenya safari has to offer.
Jamie Davis & Liudmila Kondakova - San Francisco, California, United States
Dear Altaf, We would like to thank your team for such a well planned and wonderful holiday. Kenya is such an amazing country, and we felt that the itinerary you helped us set up was perfect...
Wee Siang Neo & John Lau - Singapore
Jambo Altaf, As usual the program went like clockwork and it was a wonderful holiday in Rift Valley & Masai Mara. Lake Nakuru is absolutely stunning and exceeded my expectations..
Simon Woodlock, Chief Financial Officer, Synovate - Surbiton, United Kingdom
Thank you so, so much for all of your help in planning our amazing safari to Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara, and Nairobi. Everything went so smoothly. Our tour guides were the best!!
Joanne Wright - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - United States
Jambo Altaf and Raza! We are back on earth now after our fabulous honeymoon. This is to say THANK YOU so much for organising a week in Kenya that we will never forget.....!
Dr Krina Zondervan, Oxford University - United Kingdom
We were extremely pleased with our itinerary. All those elephants and giraffes just posing and asking to have their pictures taken. Thank you for planning one of the best trips I have ever taken.
Professor Donald S. Kisiel - Biology Department Suffolk County Community College - New York, United States
EAST AFRICA SAFARI BOOKING TRIP IDEA FOR LAKE ELEMENTAITA IN CENTRAL KENYA
When visiting Lake Elementaita, we recommend combining your safari to Masai Mara for the wildebeest migration, Amboseli, Samburu or Laikipia - Lewa, Nakuru and Naivasha - Great Rift Valley Lakes. You can also day trek or climb the 2nd highest mountain in Africa - Mount Kenya.
You may optionally extend out to other wilderness areas of Meru, Chyulu Hills or Tsavo East - Tsavo West ending with a beach vacation and Swahili cultural tour in the exotic spice island of Zanzibar or Lamu, or even Mombasa.
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