• Lord Egerton Castle

    The marvel of architecture was constructed in the 1930s by Lord Maurice Egerton of Tatton. In the 1920s, Lord Egerton immigrated to Kenya and settled in the Nakuru district, alongside other royals like Lord Delamere.

  • Menengai Crater

    Menengai Crater ought to be high on your list of things to do if you appreciate trekking. On the floor of the Rift Valley, a gigantic volcano with one of the biggest calderas in the world may be found.

  • Lake Nakuru National park

    Lake Nakuru National Park has become one of Kenya's most popular parks for annual visitor visits because of the park's amazing characteristics and abundance of birds. When visiting Lake Nakuru Park, tourists can engage in a variety of activities like bird watching, game viewing, camping, and picnics on the park's stunning granite overlooks.