Tags » Hells Gate National Park

Hell's Gate National Park is heavenly

Don’t let the name fool you.  Hell’s Gate National Park is a place of scenic beauty.

Hell’s Gate is popular with folks who love to hike and bike, affording them with expansive views of breathtaking landscapes, and numerous opportunities for wildlife sightings.  113 more words


Camping in Naivasha

Tourist traffic is diverting from the Coast and Nairobi with many people opting for Naivasha in recent times. The terrain is rugged and green making it a great camping destination. 691 more words



Hello. Hope you had a lovely Sunday.

I was recently going through my photo album and i came across pictures from Christmas time in 2013, when i went to Naivasha with family to visit relatives and we also got to sneek some time for a little exploration. 205 more words


To Hell & Back

Actually, to Hell’s Gate.

I went there on the Sunday before Madaraka Day with a friend to camp over one night.

It was my first time camping without a large group (Scout/school group) and I was filled with anxiety. 732 more words

Camping At Hell's Gate National Park

Nguruman and Lake Naivasha

Well, it has certainly been a long while since we last spoke, and I apologize for that, but trust me, I’ve been tremendously busy! Time moves faster here than at home, while at the same time each day feels like a week’s worth of activity; my mind is boggled by how we’ve only been in Kenya for 25 days and our first session is coming to a close. 988 more words


CFSIA Day 11: Lake Naivasha

Let me tell you a little story called “Sam tried really hard but couldn’t write a post at the first field site.” Between unreliable power, the incredibly slow Internet, and the lack of time, it just didn’t work out. 776 more words


Of Bustling Streets and Avocado

By Wahito Kangere, Nakuru Fellow 2014

Nakuru is said to be the fastest growing town in Africa. I’m here on a six weeks summer fellowship and three weeks have gone by since we got here. 459 more words