Lake Turkana is one of the natural wonders of the world which lies at Kenya’s far Northern border. The lake is located in the Kenyan Rift Valley and it’s the world’s largest alkaline and permanent desert lake.
Lake Nakuru is an alkaline lake situated on the floor of the Rift Valley at an elevation of 1754 meters above sea level. The lake lies to the south of Nakuru. Lake Nakuru National Park encompasses and protects the lake.
Lake Naivasha is a stunning freshwater lake in Kenya, which lies north-west of Nairobi and Naivasha town on its northeast edge. It is part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley and a top destination to visit in Kenya.
Lake Logipi is a minor lake located in the northern Kenyan Rift Valley. The saline, alkaline lake lies in the northern end of dry Suguta Valley, south of Lake Turkana. It lies approximately 48 km from Lake Turkana and separated by the Barrier volcanic complex.
Lake Kamnarok is the only ox-bow lake in Kenya, located at the base of Kerio Valley. Kamnarok derives from the word narok, which is a water plant species that was prevalent in the lake in the early stages of its formation.
Lake Baringo is the second most northern of the Kenyan Rift Valley lakes, after Lake Turkana. The beautiful water body lies 60 km north of Nakuru town and is girdled by scenic semi-arid plains and extensive volcanic ranges.