Hells gate park Kenya
Let’s have a walk at the sides of the “hell”
Being able to see some native creatures, only found at some specific places is actually an amazing experience. “Hell’s Gate”, as the term goes will give you a life time experience. Let us now have a walk on the wild side of the “hell”
Named for the dynamic geothermal movement inside its boundaries, Hell’s park is an amazing quarter of the Great Rift Valley. Fabulous view including the towering cliffs, water-gouged gorges, stark shake towers, Scrub clad volcanoes and burping tufts of geothermal steam make it a standout amongst the most Atmospheric African Parks. Hell’s Gate is a perfect setting for a day trip from Nairobi where, notwithstanding the bio-assorted variety that includes raptors. Guests can appreciate mountain biking, rock climbing and a natural spa.
The Park covers a region of 68.25 square km. It is situated in the environs of Lake Naivasha around 90 km from Nairobi. The National Park is 14 km from the turnoff of the old Nairobi-Naivasha roadway.
It is characterized by differing topography and land view. It is a very important home for the lammergeyer (The Hairy, bearded Vulture).
Hell’s Gate has two gates that are used by guests – the primary Elsa Entryway and the Olkaria Entryway. The Olkaria gate likewise serves the Olkaria Geothermal Station that is situated inside the National Park.
A wide variety of wildlife can be seen in the national park, however some are very few in number. Some of little observed include panthers, lions, and cheetahs. There are more than 100 species of birds in the Park; Verreaux’s hawks, including, swifts vultures and betoken scavenger. African wild ox, Hyraxes, eland, zebra, hartebeest, hyena, Thomson’s gazelle, and mandrills are likewise normal. The National Park is likewise home to serval and small Number of Chanler’s mountain reedbuck and klipspringer gazelle.
The Hell’s Gate Park is famous because of its nearness to Nairobi and lowered Park expenses compared to other Parks. Bicycling, Hiking, and motorcycling and more so camping are accepted inside the park; one of just two Kenyan national parks where this is permitted.
The 1994 film; The Lion King, main setting is heavily modeled after the park. Another movie shot at this place is the 2003 movie; Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The cradle of Life.
Come on, Let’s have a hike at the side of the wild. KARIBU KENYA.