Hell's Gate National Park lies south of Lake Naivasha in Kenya, northwest of Nairobi. Hellfire's Gate National Park is named after a restricted break in the precipices, once a tributary of an ancient lake that encouraged early people in the Rift Valley. It was built up in 1984. A little national park, it is known for its wide assortment of untamed life and for its landscape. This incorporates the Fischer's Tower and Central Tower sections and Hell's Gate Gorge. The national park is additionally home to three geothermal power stations at Olkaria. The recreation center is furnished with three fundamental campgrounds and incorporates a Maasai Cultural Center, giving training about the Maasai clan's way of life and customs.
Hellfire's Gate National Park is named after a thin break in the precipices, once a tributary of an ancient lake that bolstered early people in the Rift Valley. It got the name "Damnation's Gate" by travelers Fisher and Thomson in 1883. In the mid 1900s, Mount Longonot ejected, and fiery debris can at present be looked about Hell's Gate. The complete Olkaria Geothermal Station, the first of its kind in Africa, was built up in 1981 and produces geothermal power underneath Hell's Gate from the territory's hot springs and geysers. The recreation center was authoritatively settled in 1984.