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This is one park I have visited countless times my clients and I have always enjoyed it to the maximum each time. Amazing shots you get as you approach the Fischers tower. Mt Longonot views you get just after entering the gate. The walks inside...More
A spontaneous 'detour' had my friends decide to check out the gorge contrary to the plan that was to visit the Olkaria spa. Mind you; I came dressed for the spa dawning loafers and "beach pants".
However, it was a great experience having one of...More
We camped for two days at Hell's Gate. We hiked the Gorge and walked through the open meadows. What a treat to see giraffes and zebras gather at the watering holes at dusk and in the early morning. The night sky was ablaze with stars...More
We went biking through the park and it was an interesting experience. The trail is quite dusty and this is compounded by cars that use the same road as bikers hence kicking up more dust. Wildlife is encountered in nature during the ride and the...More
After entered the park it was very promising kilometer where we saw animals. We booked a camping inside park for 20USD per person. After reaching the campsite we saw huge dumping site filled with bottles and trash. Toilets were out of order and no water...More
We did 1 hour gorge walk with a guide (Ksh 1500).
It was interesting to see volcanic formations and hot springs.
If you have time it would be great to ride a bike through the park to view animals.
Don’t forget to take your sunscreen...More
Hell's Gate is among the most popular destinations in Naivasha. There is a wide variety of things to do here, such as game biking, game drive, site seeing, gorge walk, rock climbing, curio shopping, etc. There's a variety of animals, such as buffalos, giraffes, hyenas,...More
Response from kevleeann | Reviewed this property |
kids will enjoy the park...don't remember seeing childrens bicycles but they had lots of so-so shape bicycles...we took a guide for the bike and hike...they had us choose our bikes at the bottom of the hill and a motorcycle... More
kids will enjoy the park...don't remember seeing childrens bicycles but they had lots of so-so shape bicycles...we took a guide for the bike and hike...they had us choose our bikes at the bottom of the hill and a motorcycle guy carried our bikes up to the park gate. not sure how you could check prior to arrival. the nearby hippo boat ride to the crescent island was outstanding and perhaps a little dangerous
Response from gordita33 | Reviewed this property |
Hells Gate Park doesn’t require guide. You can just hire bike (Ksh400)very near park entrance and peddle along 8K to Rangers Post where you then hire a guide (Ksh2000) to lead you to the gorge. I didn’t see bikes with child... More
Hells Gate Park doesn’t require guide. You can just hire bike (Ksh400)very near park entrance and peddle along 8K to Rangers Post where you then hire a guide (Ksh2000) to lead you to the gorge. I didn’t see bikes with child seat neither saw kids size bikes. Anyways 8K is a long way for a two year old on their own bike. Plus another 8K to exit!
If you don’t cycke all the way, get a lift to the gorge from park entrance. There are numerous tourist arriving by car who prefer to be driven to Rangers Post and Springs.
If you are lucky to have a Masai energetic guide like the one we had, your little boy will have an awesome time. Our guide DANIEL is a very young guy, agile, helpful, knowledgeable, patient. Look for him at Rangers Post, arrive early and remember to bring plenty of water as the day gets hot and there isn’t much available there.