Kenya’s Lake Systems of Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria, and Lake Elementaita were awarded places on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001. These scenic, inter-linked lakes in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya cover an area of 32,034 hectares, and are home to 13 threatened bird species. Lovers of wildlife will be fascinated to know this is the single most significant foraging site for the lesser flamingo. It also happens to be a nesting and breeding ground for great white pelicans. Animal aficionados coming to the great lakes of Kenya can also look out for the majestic mammals of the region, including black and white rhino, lions, wild dogs, and Rothschild’s giraffes, all of which enrich this thriving and picturesque ecosystem.
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