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The Nasolot National Reserve was established in 1979, it is located in the Rift Valley province precisely in West Pokot district about 500km from Nairobi.
This reserve lies in a fairly remote area north of Mount Melo and its eastern boundary is the Weiwei River, a seasonal river. It is an area of 9,200 hectares of breathtaking plains, woodlands, acacia forests and rock formations including Nasolot Hill, from which the park takes its name, where wildlife can be observed.
This hidden and secluded wildlife sanctuary offers the few visitors who venture here the opportunity for guided nature walks, bird watching, camping safaris and fishing: sport fishing at Turkwel Dam combined with a boat ride is one of the most exciting attractions of the place.
Nature lovers looking for a serene, adventurous and uncrowded place may be lucky enough to encounter numerous species of animals including elephants, kudu, impala, gazelles, buffalo, hippos, lions, leopards and many others such as fringe-eared oryx and Kirk's dik dik.
It is possible to reach the reserve by road along the A1 Kitale-Lodwar, the gate being 146 km north of Kitale.
For those wishing to arrive by air there are two runways, one at Turkwel dam and the other at Kaputir.
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