Category: Tourist Attractions in Nakuru

Lord Egerton Castle, Njoro

The Lord Egerton Castle, nestled within the picturesque landscapes of Nakuru, Kenya, beckons as an enchanting destination for a memorable family weekend retreat. This exquisite castle seamlessly blends history, architectural beauty, and natural splendor, offering a unique experience that transcends time. It is one of the popular Tourist Destinations in Nakuru. Exploring the Past: Lord Read more…

Gioto Dumpsite – Nakuru’s dumping site since 1972

Before 1972, Gioto dumpsite was a quarry. After it was abandoned, residents started dumping their waste here and the county council of Nakuru turned it into the official dumping site for Nakuru Town. Gioto lies in London estate of Nakuru. It is about 3 km from Nakuru town on the way to Kabarak. The name Read more…

Nakuru Tourist Attraction Sites

There are plenty of tourist attraction sites in Nakuru. For any foreign or local tourist coming to Nakuru, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Away from the famous and known attraction sites, there are plenty of other lesser-known tourist attraction sites in Nakuru. When talking of Nakuru attraction sites, Lake Nakuru National Park comes to mind. Read more…

Lake Nakuru National Park, premier tourist site

Lake Nakuru National Park is Nakuru’s premier attraction site. The 188KM2 UNESCO declared World Heritage site lies just 4 KM from Nakuru town and 164 KMs from Kenya’s capital city Nairobi Lake Nakuru as a national park has been in existence since the 1950s but it was in 1968 that it was gazetted as a Read more…

Nakuru knls Library Offers Life Skills to the Youth

When Nakuru based blogger Joseph Ngugi heard about the free sign language classes being offered at Kenya National Library Nakuru branch, he was among the first to register. Two months down the line, he can comfortably communicate with people with hearing disabilities even as he continues to take the lessons. “As a blogger, I have Read more…