The Hell's gate sanctuary has no predators, so one can cycle inside. It is home to the zebra, gazelle, Eland, hartbeeste and several birds
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Was definitely looking forward to visiting HGNP on my trip as this is where Pride Rock is from Lion King! Had a bit of difficulty with my credit card at the entrance gate as the reader wasn't accepting the chip on my card. Sadly, the...More
You need to have a guide to get the best out of Hell's Gate, but it is a good half-day out. The pathways to the gorge are not for the faint-hearted and you will need good shoes, not flip-flops!
This is a great introductory start to your Kenyan adventure. I nice walk among some zebras and gazelles, perhaps a giraffe or two. The walk into the gorge is a little tricky in spots, but quite manageable. Our guide, Hamisi, was very informative and lent...More
There's guys well before the park that will say there are no more bikes past them, they lied. We tried their bikes, and they were in rough shape. One wouldn't change gears, my chain kept popping off, another seat wouldn't stay raised. So we turned...More
Known for being the setting for The Lion King, this park is pretty cool. It doesn't have a ton of wildlife, but we did see giraffe and warthog. We did a cycle trip through the park and had a really nice time. It was well...More