Hell's Gate National Park

Warthogs at Hells Gate National Park

Hell's Gate National Park lies south of Lake Naivasha in Kenya.

Hell's Gate National Park


Hell's Gate National Park was established in 1984 and named after a narrow break in the cliffs. The park is mostly known for its scenery, what includes the Fischer's Tower and Central Tower columns and the Hell's Gate Gorge. It is also a good place to meet giraffes, zebras or warthogs face to face while walking or biking through the park.


The entry fee has to be paid at the entrance gates.

Get around


Hell's Gate Gorge



If you plan to do a day trip, go with some food and refreshments because you won't find any inside the park.


Water and softdrinks can be bought in the Elsa Gate shop and at the Ranger's Post at the Hell's Gate Gorge.



There are three basic camping sites in the national park.

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