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You really must see this place. Probably the only national park you can ride your bike through. Plan for a full day here to see the most, though you could also go straight to the gorge and do a small (1hr) walk.
Obsidian rock, lava...More
Named appropriately by the original dwellers, the Masai tribe, after a volcanic eruption created widespread destruction in the area, the Focal point of the hells gate is the gorge walk. It is a moderately difficult walk courtesy some slippery slopes and navigation around crevasses that...More
Small but interesting and fun park, you can hire bikes if you want! - but be aware it's miles and miles and best to motor around imho. Nice walk along the gorge to the 'kitchen' and 'bedroom' of the devil. Hot springs and a decent...More
Hells gate is a park every traveller has to visit...saw a few animals like zebras, antellopes and monkeys.. their so much to learn from seeing the devils bedroom, shower and kitchen hahaha it was an amazing thing to learn. I ended the day by doing...More
I had very low expectations as pictures clearly can't do this place justice. We got up early and were the first ones in the park that morning. We have young children (3 and 1) so the bike ride wasn't an option for us, but if...More
We bicycled and hiked this park with an excellent private guide named Abraham. This is a great break from the time spent in Safari vehicles. You cycle past Zebra and other animals. The park has lots of interesting geology and the hiking was great.
It is a nice safari to start in Kenya. You can see buffalos, cebras, gazelle, baboons, etc.
They dont have any predators, but it is nice to ride a bike. We paid around 25$ for park entry + 500KES to rent a bike + 250KES...More
If you are staying long enough in Kenya maybe you should consider going to Hell's Gate. It's quite expensive and unfair, especially for non-residents (US$26 + 500 shillings to rent a bike + a couple of dollars to ride a bike in the park), but...More
Wow! To hike among the animals is an experience I will never forget. You can truly get right up next to them. I never imagined that it would be possible to see zebras this close without being stuck inside a safari vehicle or viewing through...More
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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.