Visit Hell’s Gate National Park from Nairobi on a full-day tour that includes a guided hike through the park’s scenic gorges. By leaving behind the confines of a safari vehicle, you’ll have the unique chance to spot Kenya’s remarkable wildlife on foot, watching for the park’s healthy populations of zebra, gazelle, and eland, along with more than 100 species of birds.
Travel in a climate-controlled minivan to stay cool and comfortable
Ranger-guided hike explores a Great Rift Valley Landscape
The tour begins with a free pick up from your Nairobi Hotel. Our guide is ready for introduction and briefing of the tour. You are provided with a comfortable van and the friendly driver will power on the ac of the car to make sure you enjoy the ride. You will stop at the great rift valley view point for photographing. You proceed for another forty minutes drive to the main gate where the friendly rangers issues you with the entry tickets.
Hells Gate National park is the only park in Kenya where you can drive ,walk, do some cycling and rock climbing within the park The park provides a variety of wildlife, unusual flora and many species of birds and is one of the only two Kenyan Parks where climbing, walking and biking are allowed.
The park has historically been an important home for the rare lammergeyer vultures. over 103 species of birds have been recorded in this park, including vultures, Verreaux’s Eagles
You will walk with the guides to the gouges for two hours visiting important sites like the devils kitchen and bedroom. Enjoy your snacks and cold drinks in the park.
Later drive slowly near the geothermal hot springs and you will be amazed by the wonders of the nature. Later drive out of the park and start your journey to Nairobi. Drop to your city hotel,
An accident happened and due to safety, the gorges were closed. Kindly note its beyond our capability and entry to the gorges has been denied. Hells gate national park has other funs like game watching and biking. Other acitvities in the park has not been affected.
Receive much apologies for this occurrence,