Lake Bogoria National Reserve
Lake Bogoria is a saline water shallow located at the northern region of the Kenyan Rift, 25 km south of Baringo. and 200km north of Naivasha. The lake is home to a huge mix of marine life and bird species. Scholars of the earth's underground activities can base their research on this lake, as its shorelines are dotted with steam jets, boiling geysers and fumaroles.
Lake Bogoria National Reserve offers an extraordinary variety if bird life and is renowned as a bird watching destination, infact it is known as the bird watching center of Kenya. Different species have been spotted on Lake Baringo. Flamingoes with a lighter shade of pink inhabit the lake along with the rare Greater Kudu.
The lake is also home to crocodiles and hippos. For viewing purposes, there exist boat trips that are efficient for going to the islands. KAMPI YA SAMAKI is the center of exploration, which gives one good sitings.
Lake Bogoria National reserve offers the unparalleled value of being the most accessible place in all the country where you have the chance to spot the majestic greater kudu. In addition to other mammals, flamingoes and a variety of birds fill up the wildlife supply of this reserve.