Lake Bogoria lies at the beginning of Kenya’s great Northern Wilderness and it is the heart of an arid landscape, in the shadow of the dramatic walls of the Siracho Range. The alkaline waters of the lake attract massive flocks of Flamingo, and the lake is often carpeted with pink.
Hot Water Geyser spewing steam The 32 sq km lake is still volcanically active, and the Western shore is lined with spouting geysers, spurting steam and bubbling geothermal pools. Fresh water springs at the lake edge attract an abundance of birds and wildlife.
There are many Fish Eagles, which often prey on the local flamingos
The shores are always lined with Gazelle, Zebra, Baboons and this is one of the best places to see Greater Kudu.

About Lake Elmenteita
One of the Kenya`s most beautiful Rift Valley Lakes and recently declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. Until 2008, the 48,000-acre Soysambu Conservancy wa a private estate of the Delemere family, under whose protection its evocative volcanic hills, golden savannah and emerald-green acacia groves had remained as pristine as when they were first transformed into a ranch in the early 1900s.
Most referred as land of the Maasai, the original guardian of this land, as the place of striated rock.
A short drive from Nairobi and a world away from the capital’s choked arteries is Lake Naivasha, the highest of the Rift Valley lakes (at 1884m above sea level). Hugged by grassy banks and shingled with cacti and sand olive trees, the lake extends like a vast, sunlit sea. But there’s more to this spot than the lovely blue lake. You can ride among giraffes and zebras, sip on a glass of Rift Valley red, and relax in the garden at Elsamere, the former home of late Born Free personality Joy Adamson. Most of the lake is ringed by an electric fence, so hippo attacks are rare. A greater threat is the traffic, which loops around the road at speed: take care when out walking.
The lake freshwater and soda lakes of the Rift-Valley in Kenya bid some remarkable setting, a chance for recreation, and some unusual features such as steaming hot springs. They are also key homes for many bird species (famously for flamingos) and many mammal species too. For example Lake Nakuru National Park is well-known for its leopard sightings.
The Bird Watchers’ Paradise”
On the floor of the Great Rift Valley, surrounded by wooded and bushy grassland, lies the beautiful Lake Nakuru National Park. Visitors can enjoy the wide ecological diversity and varied habitats that range from Lake Nakuru itself to the surrounding escarpment and picturesque ridges. Lake Nakuru National Park is ideal for bird watching, hiking, picnic and game drives. One of the most beautiful gardens in Kenya, Lake Nakuru National Park is best known for the flamingos, whose numbers fluctuate as they migrate up and down the valley. There are many other species of birds watching, including fish eagles, goliath herons and pied kingfishers.