Bogoria Lake Reserve
The Bogoria Lake Reserve covers 107 km² and is located in the eastern arm of the East African Rift Valley. Being a part of the “Kenyan lake system in the Great Rift Valley”, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011. The strongly alkaline soda lake sometimes has a temperature of up to 70 ° C. This forms thermal springs and geysers, sources where the water shoots as fountains from the ground. The lake is home to numerous flamingos, African fish eagles and pelicans.