Exciting Excursion To Lake Nakuru, Kenya's Pink Lake.
Lake Nakuru is a shallow soda lake that is home to over 400 bird species, the most famous of which are the pink flamingos. They come to the lake in such large numbers that it appears to be surrounded by a thick, pink border from afar.
After a modest breakfast of toasts and cutlets, as well as one local dish, we go for the picturesque Lake Nakuru. It took us two hours to get to this incredible location.
I was really pleased to be there after reading that this site had over 500 different types of birds, and the first thing I observed was the lake's hallmark, uncountable flocks of flamingoes all over the lake.
It took a long time to realize that there was a void beneath them. It was a beautiful scene, and I didn't hesitate to whip out my DSLR and snap some stunning shots. The birds were making a lot of noise.
I can't recall the last time I heard such a noise from the birds. Aside from birds, there is a large concentration of animals, including buffaloes, baboons, gazelles, and even the critically endangered rhinoceros.
We observed seven rhinos in total, including a lovely baby. Fortunately, after a 15-minute journey, we came upon a tree-climbing lion.
The entire park was breathtaking, with peaks, meadows, and animals passing by. The entire scene was amazing, and my entire family was in wonder when the lion was hunting a buffalo, and when the buffalo realized it was getting close, it took an extremely high jump to avoid the lion's jaws.
Following this breathtaking safari in the lake environment, we proceeded to the trip's highlight, the outstanding Masai Mara National Reserve.
We arrived in the national park after a four-hour journey and enjoyed an evening tea with snacks at the lodge.
I've developed a passion for bird watching, and I had a blast here.
We boarded the jeep once more for the day's final game drive. After seeing some breathtaking sights, I went back and spent my night there.