Great Rift Valley Lakes
Mysterious and thought-provoking, the lakes of the Great Rift Valley are home to the most incredible flocks of pink-feathered flamingos that moves between the soda lakes seeking to feed on the cyanobacteria and to breed. Eight lakes make up the Kenya Rift Valley Lake system, two of which are freshwater and the rest alkaline. For safari travelers, this represents a complete experience to the quintessential safari sojourn - a paradise for bird life that in unparalleled in a landscape where mankind began.
Why the Great Rift Valley Lakes?
The Great Rift Valley lakes of Kenya is blessed with an unparalleled variety of bird life most notably the flamingos and pelicans but is also home to an incredible abundance of mammals such as black rhinos, zebras, giraffes, hippos, crocodiles, lions, African wild dogs, cheetahs and more, providing an immersive game viewing experience.