Nakuru is the adminstrative and economical headquarters of Rift-valley Province. Convienently situated between Nairobi and Western Kenya, it also serves as a transit city for many travellers.
 Get in
 By plane
L.Nakuru airstrip is available for landing.
 By train
Take the Nairobi-Kisumu train. Not running at the moment (3/2013).
 By car
From Nairobi, the 158km (100 Miles)journey would take approximately 2hours. The newly renovated roads can be dangerous as only sections have dual carriageways. The scenery is beautiful, from Nairobi you will see the Great Rift Valley below from the highway.
 By bus
Mololine, Crossroads and other matatu operators offer 9 seater and 14 seater matatu services from Nairobi. Mololine is known for its excellent service and security.
The large bus companies, including Akamba, Kampala Coach and Busways all have Nairobi to Kampala coaches which stop in Nakuru. Kampala Coach and Busways have booking offices opposite the mosque.
 Get around
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Lake Nakuru National Park is home to the famous pink flamingoes. It also offers viewing of various other species of animals and birds.
Menengai Crater is a dormant volcanoes that still spews out smoke. A view from the edge of the crater is a must.
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Ribbons, Mburu Gichua road. African food for around 100-150 shillings per course.
Taidys, Mburu Gichua road at the south end by the roundabout. A mix of African and Western food. Pizza 300S, most courses a little less.
Merica Hotel, West end of Kenyatta Avenue. Western food in an upmarket hotel. Meals for around 500S, they also have a pool you can use for 300S
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Local drinks (Tusker)from the local bars, pops are available.
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 Stay safe
Wild animals can get angry! Keep all your personals locked up safe and with you.
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