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Jambo! Welcome to Molten Rock Safaris.

Molten Rock Safaris is a tour firm that is located in Nakuru Town in Kenya. We offer Car Hire services, Bird watching, Game Viewing, Toursand safaris, Camping, Mountain Climbing, Hotel and Air Ticket Booking and Reservations. Karibu! Welcome to Kenya. Our country is blessed with some of the worlds richest wilderness ares - and some of its rarest creatures. In the quest to promote Eco-tourism, Molten Rock Safaris encourages our clients not to collect or remove any animal products, rocks, plants, seeds or bird's nests, or alter the natural enviroment in any way. In Parks where you are permitted walk, ask your guide to show you the plants, birds, insects and small mammals. You will discover that there is an equally fascinating world away from the Big Five.

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We organise special group tours and excursions every weekend. Our vehicles depart from Nakuru to Hells Gate, Nakuru to Lake Baringo, Nakuru to Aberdares and Thompson Falls, Nakuru to Menengai and Lake Nakuru.We also visit archeological sites within our Rift Valley .
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Masai mara is “the” park of all parks in Kenya. The grass-carpeted smooth hills, the chocolate Mara river waters having mithful hippos, and the rich variety of fauna, fulfil the anticipations of any tourist looking African landscape displayed in motion pictures for example, “Out of Africa” or “Mogambo”. Save specific tastes and needs, this is the park leading the “must” list in the country: no Kenya Vacations would be considered complete without a safari to Masai Mara. It is true that it is…


Posted on April 12, 2012 at 3:15am


The Great Rift Valley is approximately 4,000 miles long and 35 miles wide. It was formed due to geological tension in the earth's crust that caused a deep depression, while probably forcing the sides upwards. The floor of the valley is normally below sea level. In Kenya, the Rift Valley gave rise to many lakes that have become a habitat for diverse wildlife. The walls of the Rift Valley are called escarpments; the famous escarpments of Kenya being the Mau Escarpment. The Mau escarpments are…


Posted on February 23, 2012 at 2:55am

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