‘Yesterday’s Safaris Today’
After many years of renting property I decided the time was right to buy and, rather than buying out in the bush, I chose Nakuru as it is central to my safaris, ideal administratively and has a lovely climate.
The house is a colonial style single storey building and, as it was built in 1955, it has a mature one acre garden with pepper and jacaranda trees as well as many interesting flowering shrubs. I have managed to build a safari stores and a workshop so we are totally self-contained.
The house is in a very secure area on the hillside overlooking Nakuru, far enough out to be quiet but close enough to be able to walk into town. For once we have good water and constant electricity - well, nearly constant! We are ideally situated for Nakuru Park as it only takes 15 minutes to get to the main gate - no more long drives up from Naivasha!
So, all in all, a lovely spot to visit on your way to Nakuru and Samburu Parks.
“I am scared of bees, wasps and any flying insects to the extent that I am forever ducking and diving in an English garden. So I never thought I would be able to go to Kenya. However, I took the plunge and went on a safari with Brian and I had the time of my life! Once there my fears did not cross my mind and I enjoyed every single minute. I was not bitten once and the tents were completely dudu (Swahili for insects and mosquitos) proof. I can’t wait to go back again and I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone”
© Freemansafaris.com 2013
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