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Lake Nakuru National Park roads still passable despite the heavy rains

Date Published: 04 Jan, 2013
Lake Nakuru National Park roads still passable despite the heavy rains

Most of the roads at Lake Nakuru National Park are still passable even after the heavy rains in the water catchment areas. There are only two roads that remain closed; the road connecting from junction No.3 and the one leading to Junction No.6A. *

The other closed road is from No. 6B, which leads to the closed road that led to the Wanyonyi Airstrip.

However, this cannot hinder visitors from viewing wildlife since all other roads are passable as are other links to various sections of the park.

The famous Baboon Cliff observation point is not affected and can be accessed from Junction No.3 towards No.4.
Road users at Makalia Falls need to be cautious when using the road drift below the Falls as volume of water is high. The raised roads and water on both sides have attracted many different species of waterfowls for birdwatchers and other visitors to view.

*For more details see the map below of Lake Nakuru National Park.
 

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