6 Things to Do in Nakuru That You Shouldn't Miss

Discover the best top things to do in Nakuru, Kenya including Menengai Crater, Lord Egerton Castle, Kariandusi Museum, Hisia Safaris, KraftyArtZ, Tuthie afrika.

1. Menengai Crater

Nakuru, Kenya Nature & Parks, Volcanos
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4 based on 74 reviews

Menengai Crater

Reviewed By rejoicing - Ngong, KenyaNgong, Kenya

Amazing view

I've been up here a few times before, but it never gets old. The view is spectacular and the geothermal plants are fascinating. There are many curio shops if you want a souvenir (negotiating the price is acceptable). You can hire guides if you want to go

2. Lord Egerton Castle

Off Nakuru-Kisumu Highway, Nakuru 20100, Kenya Sights & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
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4 based on 50 reviews

Lord Egerton Castle

Reviewed By TheEbullienTraveller - Nairobi Region, KenyaNairobi Region, Kenya

Great place with rich history

The castle is fantastically built, the technology used at that time was amazing. And its good to see old items from that era. The grounds are maintained very well and the guides are very knowledgeable. A good place to visit for real history lessons.

3. Kariandusi Museum

| Book With Africksonsafaris And You Will Enjoy All Adventurer At A Pocket Friendly Budget This Season, Nakuru 20107, Kenya Museums, Specialty Museums
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4 based on 10 reviews

Kariandusi Museum

Reviewed By vgwin - Lima, PeruLima, Peru

Worth a visit to follow the footsteps of Louis Leakey

Kariandusi is a very interesting archeological site, located near lake Elementaita. You will see a vast array of stone tools, situated as discovered during the course of exploration and excavation by Louis Leakey. The guide is very knowledgeable, and the

4. Hisia Safaris

Enter a destinationNakuru, Kenya
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Hisia Safaris

Hisia Safaris was born as a result of a unique passion for an incredible continent. Through our agency we have the intention to take the traveler to Africa, not as a tourist, but as a person who gets into a wonderful culture and a different way of life. We want you feel Africa as we do, in so special way that will last in your memory for the rest of your life.

Reviewed By JSPLLS - Madrid, SpainMadrid, Spain

Un viaje inolvidable a Kenya

Un viaje en familia donde disfrutamos muchísimo de Kenya. Hicimos safari y nuestro guía Jimmy fue fantástico, muy profesional, y una persona encantadora. Los días de safari fueron tan emocionantes, poder ver a los animales cerca de nosotros en plena naturaleza. La gente, la cultura nos fascinaron. Hisia Safaris hizo que todo esto fuera posible.Muchas gracias por tus palabras Julia. Agradeceros a ti y tu familia haber confiado en nosotros para embarcaros en esta aventura. Un placer haberla compartido con vosotros. Nos vemos pronto. Asante sana!

5. KraftyArtZ

Harvester Road, Nakuru 20100, Kenya Shopping, Gift & Specialty Shops
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

KraftyArtZ

KraftyArtZ is a small workshop based in Nakuru, Kenya. We employ approximately 60 talented local Kenyan artists and artisans and make a range of stunning hand crafted gifts and homewares, such as trays, placemats, drinks coasters, key rings, fridgemagnets etc. We welcome visitors to our workshop and are very happy to show people around.

Reviewed By Jack J - Nairobi, KenyaNairobi, Kenya

A wonderful suprise....worth finding.

I have been seeing Krafty ArtZ products in lots of gift shops in Nairobi and thought it would be nice to see how they were made. I decided to pay a visit with my family. Finding them is a lot easier than I thought it would be and it is not far from Nakuru

6. Tuthie afrika

Enter a destinationNakuru, Kenya
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5 based on 5 reviews

Tuthie afrika

We Offer Safaris Within Africa Ie,kenya,uganda, Tanzania,zanzibar, And Rwanda.beach And Wildlife Tanzania,family Holidays,group Tours,gorilla Trekking,rhino Trekking,kilimanjaro Trekking Etc

Reviewed By NickK702 - London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom

Incredible tour company and team

Spent a couple weeks traveling all across Kenya in the wonderful company of Arthur from Tuthie Akrika - he was fun to hang out with, incredibly knowledgable, and just a wonderful guide and friend to have. We've stayed in touch via whatsapp for a year since and we will definitely link back up again - either in Kenya, elsewhere in Africa or one day in London / Europe where I live.Highly recommend!Happy to hear that you guys had great time.looking forward to have back again.asante Sana

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