Saturday, 24 October 2009

Game drive in Lake Nakuru national park

Lake Nakuru national park is one of the smallest national parks we’ll come across in Africa; however, what it lacks in size, it makes up for in biodiversity. Its large soda lake is home to thousands upon thousands of flamingoes; you can glimpse the shy black rhino amongst the undergrowth and almost certainly see the more common white rhino grazing by the lake. Lions inhabit the park, as to water buffalo, hyenas, guinea fowl by the bucket load, leopards, impala, dik diks, giraffes, zebra and the dinosaur-esque secretary bird. We managed to see everything bar leopards and black rhinos!

No comments:

Post a comment