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1. Lake Victoria

Covering 68,800 square kilometres, Lake Victoria is Africa’s largest lake, and is found in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. The second largest freshwater lake in the world, it is named after Queen Victoria! Tourists can spot mongooses, otters, reedbucks, shrews, waterbucks, and hippos. The scenic area is surrounded by gorgeous hills, a great view that tourists can enjoy from relaxing dhow rides. They can enjoy fresh seafood, or join the locals in fishing for the Nile Perch.


2. Lake Nakuru

Famously known for teeming with thousands of flamingos, Lake Nakuru is one you don’t want to miss. The lake is situated on the floor of the Rift Valley and is not only home to flamingos but other bird species as well as rhinos, leopards, Rothschild’s giraffe and zebras. Make your way to Lake Nakuru and witness for yourself what has been described as the greatest bird spectacle in the world.

3. Lake Naivasha

Papyrus-fringed Naivasha is a beautiful freshwater lake located outside the town of Naivasha. It’s the highest Rift valley lake, lying at over six thousand feet. The lake is home to a wide variety of wildlife most notably a sizeable hippo population, numerous bird species such as fish eagles, grey-backed fiscal, marabou storks and doves.


4. Lake Bogoria

In the Rift Valley, tourists can visit the beautiful Lake Bogoria, a photogenic saltwater lake that is a protected national wetland reserve! The volcanic region has hot springs and geysers along the shore. Tourists can relax at the shore, spot the pink flamingos, or watch the erupting geysers. They can also visit the Lake Bogoria National Reserve which is a sanctuary for kudus, and a rare antelope.


5. Lake Turkana

Another great lake of Kenya is Lake Turkana, the largest permanent desert lake in the world, the biggest alkaline lake of the region, and the fourth-largest salt lake in the world. Tourists can take a trip to the nearby Lake Turkana National Park or the Sibiloi National Park, both of which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visitors can find amazing animal life, including Nile crocodiles, hippos, the Turkana mud turtle, zebras, gazelles, and giraffes. Turkana Lake is abundant in fish such as puffer fish, tilapia, and Nile Perch.


6. Lake Baringo

In what can be described as an oasis against the harsh semi-desert landscape, this freshwater lake is literally another one of Kenya’s gems. The lake is a shelter to more than 400 bird species, thus making it a birdwatcher’s paradise.