Nakuru County Travel & Recreation

Nakuru County records tourism boom despite General Election uncertainty

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Nakuru County records tourism boom despite General Election uncertainty


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World wildlife day Celebrations marked at Nakuru’s Afraha Stadium

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World wildlife day Celebrations marked at Nakuru’s Afraha Stadium


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KWS heightens security after slaughter of four rhinos, three elephants

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KWS heightens security after slaughter of four rhinos, three elephants


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Fares hiked as Nairobians travel upcountry for Christmas holiday

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Fares hiked as Nairobians travel upcountry for Christmas holiday


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Report: Kisumu, Eldoret latest popular domestic tourist destinations

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Report: Kisumu, Eldoret latest popular domestic tourist destinations


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Tourists defecate in bushes as Longonot national park's taps run dry

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Tourists defecate in bushes as Longonot national park's taps run dry


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KWS urges plastics ban to save Lake Nakuru National Park

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Wildlife

  • Tourists defecate in bushes as Longonot national park's taps run dry
    Tourists defecate in bushes as Longonot national park's taps run dry

    , the-star.co.ke

    The department of public health has now ordered the closure of Mt Longonot national park in Naivasha due to poor sanitation. The move follows an acute shortage of water in the facility that attracts hundreds of local and international tourists every week. For the last three weeks, visitors to the renowned park have been forced to use bushes after the only toilets were closed down - raising fears of disease
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    Places: Kenya |  Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Rift Valley |  Nakuru |  Naivasha | 

Conservation

  • Nakuru County records tourism boom despite General Election uncertainty
    Nakuru County records tourism boom despite General Election uncertainty

    , standardmedia.co.ke

    The hotly-contested General Election and the uncertainty that followed did not affect the number of tourists visiting Lake Nakuru National Park and other tourist sites in the Rift Valley region. Central Rift Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) Assistant Director Aggrey Maumo said on Tuesday that the park was currently receiving at least 600 local and 120 international tourists daily. "The General Election has not affected tourism flow in the Rift region as numbers are on the rise," said Mr Maumo
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Tourists

  • Report: Kisumu, Eldoret latest popular domestic tourist destinations
    Report: Kisumu, Eldoret latest popular domestic tourist destinations

    , kbc.co.ke

    By Esther Mbaabu. Kisumu and Eldoret are the latest popular domestic tourist destinations helped by intense marketing and leveraging on devolution. This is according to the latest Jumia Travel Report on domestic tourism that indicates that the two towns have benefited from their location as entry points for cross border travel. The report indicates that the coast is still the most popular destination for domestic tourists followed by Nairobi, Naivasha
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    Categories: Travel & Recreation | 
    Places: Kenya |  Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Coast |  Rift Valley |  Uasin Gishu |  Nakuru |  Nyanza |  Kisumu |  Naivasha |  Eldoret | 

Tourism

  • Tourists defecate in bushes as Longonot national park's taps run dry
    Tourists defecate in bushes as Longonot national park's taps run dry

    , the-star.co.ke

    The department of public health has now ordered the closure of Mt Longonot national park in Naivasha due to poor sanitation. The move follows an acute shortage of water in the facility that attracts hundreds of local and international tourists every week. For the last three weeks, visitors to the renowned park have been forced to use bushes after the only toilets were closed down - raising fears of disease
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    Categories: Travel & Recreation | 
    Places: Kenya |  Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Rift Valley |  Nakuru |  Naivasha | 

Viagem

  • Fares hiked as Nairobians travel upcountry for Christmas holiday
    Fares hiked as Nairobians travel upcountry for Christmas holiday

    , the-star.co.ke

    With Christmas around the corner, many Nairobi residents are scrambling for public service vehicles to travel upcountry, despite hiked fares. The rush to travel home for Christmas and New Year, the limited vehicles and the price hikes during December recur annually as many city dwellers use the opportunity to reunite with family upcountry. Many Nairobians are also heading to holiday destinations such as Mombasa and Naivasha to celebrate Christmas. Speaking
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    Categories: Society & Culture |  Travel & Recreation | 
    Tags: Holidays |  Christmas |  Travel & Tourism |  Leisure |  Commuting |  Fares |  Holidays | 
    Places: Kenya |  Africa |  Sub-Saharan |  E. Africa |  Nairobi |  Rift Valley |  Nakuru |  Naivasha | 

National Parks

  • KWS urges plastics ban to save Lake Nakuru National Park
    KWS urges plastics ban to save Lake Nakuru National Park

    , nation.co.ke

    Increased human activity and poor solid waste management are threatening Lake Nakuru National Park, one of Kenya’s top animal sanctuaries. Some leaders, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and local civil society groups have called on the county government to ban use of plastics to save the park. KWS Senior Warden Dickson Ritan lamented that plastic bags are also threatening aquatic life. “If this continues unchecked, the lake will eventually become
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Food & Drinks