Lake Baringo National Park
This is one of the two fresh water lakes in the Rift Valley and a bird watchers paradise – it has over 460 recorded bird species and a number of hippos.Birdlife such as Cormorants, Eurasian hoopoe and many more. A resident ornithologist leads walks.
Is a shallow soda lake hosting thousands of pink flamingos, a large number of other birds like Grey hoded gull, black headed bys and the lesser kudu. Scalding hot springs and geysers at the southern end of the lake spurt and steam their alkaline waters. The bubbling of hot springs, hundreds of singing weaverbirds and a thousands of flamingos feeding in the bluish water presents a rare scenic beauty.
Kakamega National Reserve.
This is the country’s only tropical rain forest and formed part of the dense rain forest that stretched from west Africa, across central Africa and in to highland areas East and West of the Great rift Valley. The forest is world renowned as home to several hundred species of birds including rare snake-eating birds,other birds, insects, butterflies, monkeys and other mammals as well as countless exotic tree specise.
Lake Nakuru National Park
The park is a home to stunning flocks of both Greater and lesser flamingos, which literary turn the lakeshores into a magnificent pink stretch. The bird life here is world renown and over 400 bird species can be seen like white pelicans,other birds and the marabou stork, all water birds that breed in the lakes alkaline waters. You may also spot white rhino, rare Rothschild giraffe, and other plain game.
Lake Naivasha National Park
The park is famous for its natural steaming geysers and a haven for birdwatchers. The walking/hiking in the park gives one a sense of freedom, open space and a clear view of wildlife. The cliffs are breeding grounds for vultures, verreauxs eagles, augur buzzards and thousands of swifts. Over 120 species have been recorded here.Explore the rich, birdlife filled gardens.