Lake Naivasha Birding Tour

Lake Naivasha Birding Tour

Kenya’s second largest freshwater lake, Lake Naivasha is a Birder’s Dream! You have to see it, to believe it.

With an abundance in wildlife and birdlife alike, and being just over an hour away from Nairobi, it’s no wonder why Lake Naivasha is so popular. A birding tour to this lake is a must! 

The most productive of all of the Great Rift Valley lakes and at a size of 139 km², Lake Naivasha is a vital life source for not only the huge amount of wildlife but for the many people that call this beautiful lake home. Lake Naivasha has been providing people a decent living for thousands of years, where originally the lake and the surrounding land was owned by the Masai tribe; and in fact the actually name of Naivasha is derived from the Masai word for ‘rough waters’.

​The best part about the lake though, is of course, the abundance of birds! The high productivity of lake allows many bird species to thrive here, with over 300 species recorded.

Join us on an unforgettable Birding Tour at the beautiful Lake Naivasha!

Key Bird Species

Popular Bird Species seen on this Lake Naivasha Birding Tour: Great White Pelican, Saddle-billed Stork, Goliath Heron, Giant Kingfisher

Below is a list of species likely to be encountered on this tour!

Cape Teal, Pied Avocet, Black Heron, Goliath Heron, Maccoa Duck, Great White Pelican, Common Greenshank, Ruff, Green Sandpiper, Hilderbrandt’s Francolin, Arrow-marked Babbler, African Fish Eagle, Verreaux’s Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Osprey, Hybrid Lovebird, Red-throated Wryneck, Buff-bellied Warbler, Grey Crowned Crane, Black Cuckoo, African Hoopoe, Malachite Kingfisher, Pied Kingfisher, Giant Kingfisher, Greater Flamingo, Lesser Flamingo, Pink-backed Pelican, Pied Avocet, Blacksmith Plover, Coqui Francolin, Hilderbrandt’s Francolin, Black Cuckoo, African Cuckoo, Grey-crested Helmetshrike, Cape Teal, Hottentot Teal and Red-billed Teal, Dusky Nightjar, Montane Nightjar, Maccoa Duck, Malachite Sunbird or White-backed Duck.

The African Fish Eagle catching it's lunch on our Kenya Birding Tour
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Pied Kingfisher with it's dinner on our Kenya Birding Tours

Lake Naivasha

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Book with us today and contribute to Bird Conservation!

By booking with us you are not only going to be actively helping the fight towards ethical and sustainable tourism but also having the best possible birding tour imaginable. It's a win-win!

Book today and have the time of your life!

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