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Lake Nakuru National Park Fees

Lake Nakuru National Park Fees

Lake Nakuru National Park Fees

Lake Nakuru National Park Lake Fees: Lake Nakuru National Park is one of the lovable and attractive destinations not only in Kenya but in the whole of the African continent in general. The park is situated on the floor of the Great Rift Valley with Lake Nakuru as it’s a significant attraction that is habitant to a thousand and flamingo birds. The park covers an area that is equivalent to 45 hectares and it was I deal for the bird watching safaris especially for the pink-colored flamingoes before it was gazetted as a National Park to include other animals such as rhinos, baboons, warthogs among others.

The park is under the management of the Kenyan Wildlife Services which is responsible for protecting and overseeing the protected areas inform of national parks and game reserves in Kenya. The Kenyan Wildlife Services is also responsible for drafting the fees that are charged to visitors visiting the Lake Nakuru National Park based on their status of foreign residents, foreign nonresidents, East African citizens, and Citizens.

The park entrance fees are charged to individuals who visit Lake Nakuru National Park depending on their age, vehicle and the park charges are listed below;

Non- Foreign resident’s visitors and are adults will have to pay the US $60

For Non- Foreign resident’s visitors and our children will have to pay the US $35

For foreign resident’s visitors and are adults will have to pay 1030Kshs

For Foreign -resident’s visitors and are Children will have to pay 515Kshs

For East African citizens and are adults will pay 860kshs

For East African citizens and are children or students pay 215kshs

Annual park entrance fees to Lake Nakuru National Park

This refers to the amount of money that is charged yearly to individuals and safari drivers and companies to Lake Nakuru National Park and these include;

The visitors who are adults and would like to visit Lake Nakuru National Park will pay an annual entrance fee of Kshs 43,100, children will pay Kshs 10,340, and Corporate will pay Kshs 103,440 while the safari drivers will pay Kshs 6000.

The lake Nakuru National Park safari activities fees

Any activity that is conducted in Lake Nakuru National Park is charged except for the game drives n whose fees are included on the park entrance fees. The other activities charged include the following;

Visitors interested in doing birding or nature walk safaris will pay Kshs 1500, while those interested in taking the private horse riding without a rider will pay Kshs 1030 and 2585 Kenyan shilling for the horse-riding of the Kenyan wildlife services without a rider. More so, those interested in having the guided tours /security for up to 4 hours will need to pay 1720 Kenyan shillings and 3015 Kenyan shillings for those interested in having the guided tours for over 4 hours.

Vehicles to Masai Mara National Reserve Charges based on per visit

Any vehicle or aircraft that enters the Lake Nakuru National Park is charged and I’m showing you the charge sheet below. The vehicle is charged based on the weight of the truck and for those delivery vehicles, the number of seats when it comes to the tourist vehicle and the air crafts.

Tourist vehicles

For tourist vehicle with less than 6 seats pays K sh.300

For tourist Vehicle with 6-12 seats pays K sh.1030

For tourist Vehicle with 13-24 seats pays K sh.2585

For tourist Vehicle with 25-44 seats pays K sh.4050

For tourist Vehicle with Vehicle 45 and above pays K sh.5000

Trucks and Delivery Vehicles

For tourist vehicle with 1-3 tones pays Ksh.515

For tourist vehicle with 4-7 tones pays Ksh.2155

For tourist vehicle with 7 tones and above pays Ksh.3015

Vehicles stationed within the Park

Passenger service vehicle with less than 6 seats and commercial vehicles with less than 2 tons pays Ksh.10, 000

Passenger service vehicle with less than 6-12 seats and commercial vehicles with less than 2-5 tons pays Ksh.10, 000

Passenger service vehicle with less than 6-13 seats and commercial tour that is not stationed within the park pays Ksh.60, 000

Aircraft charges

The aircraft with less than 3 seats pays Ksh.300

The aircraft with 3-6 seats pays Ksh.500

The aircraft with 7-14 seats pays Ksh.1000

The aircraft with 21seats and above pays Ksh 3,015

Charges for camping in Lake Nakuru National Park

Most of the tourists prefer to go on camping in the wilderness when it comes to Lake Nakuru National Park. The camping activity is based on the location of the camping site the age of the tourists and of course, the status of the individual and the charges are listed below;

Campsite fees for citizen tourists

The visitors who opt to go to a special camping site and are adults will pay Ksh.500 while children will pay Kshs.250 while those who chose for public campsites and are adults will pay Ksh.250 while the children will pay Ksh,200. The non-refundable reservation fee is Ksh.7500 and the Non-refundable Cancellation fee is Ksh.7500

Campsite fees for residents

The visitors who opt to go to a special camping site and are adults will pay Ksh.600 while children will pay Ksh.350 while those who chose for public campsites and are adults will pay Ksh.600 while the children will pay Ksh,300. The nonrefundable reservation fee is Ksh.7500 and the Non-refundable Cancellation fee is Ksh.7500

Campsite fees for Non-Residents

The visitors who opt to go for special camping sites and are adults will pay USD.50 while children will pay USD.25 while those who chose for public campsites and are adults will pay USD.30 while the children will pay USD25. Nonrefundable reservation fee is Ksh.7500 and the Non-refundable Cancellation fee is USD.7500

You need to note that the daily fees are only valid for 24 hours and thus mark the time the fees expiries to avoid being interrupted. The modes of payment accepted include Mpesa, Visa card, Electronic funds transfer, and direct deposit to Kenya Wildlife Services bank accounts. Visitors who are 3 years and are below 18 are regarded as children.