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Molten rock safaris is a leading tour operator in Kenya, based in Nakuru. We provide you with utmost satisfaction and guarantee your security with us.

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Lake baringo and bogoria

Watching, Hot springs, visit to Njemps fishing village at Baringo.North of Lake Nakuru, with unusually spectacular scenery is Lake Baringo, another fresh water lake. Cone-shaped islands make this stretch of water particularly interesting.

This is a breeding ground for many species of fresh water birds, such as Fish Eagles, Verreaux's Eagles, Darters, Cormorants and a large colony of Goliath Heron.Apart from the bird life there is also a large number of Hippo that live in the lake.

Baringo is the home to the Njemps fisherman who go about their traditional work in their amazing and unsinkable reed boats.Lake Bogoria itself occupies most of the reserve, which is really a spectacular sight, reflecting searing blue skies and the rose pink of Flamingo. It has significant ornithological interest with over 135 species of birds. Like Nakuru, the alkaline lake waters grow blue-green algae, which seasonally attract hundreds of thousands of Flamingo.

The surrounding bushed grasslands are home to a number of animals. The Reserve's herd of rare Greater Kudu makes it unique and other game to view includes: buffalo, zebra, impala, dik-dik and many other small animals. The south shore has acacia-ficus woodland and the north is a papyrus swamp. There is one lodge in the reserve "Lake Bogoria Hotel", but Liberty Africa Safaris prefers to use accommodation in Lake Baringo which is only 25 kilometers away.

Also reached on this circuit is Lake Kamnarok National Reserve opened in June 1983. It has a diverse landscape with a 4,000 ft. deep valley with semi-tropical vegetation on its slopes contrasting with the dry thorn bush at the base. The main game to see is bushpigs, waterbuck, buffalo, elephant, Rothschild Giraffe, dik-dik and warthog. Water birds include pelicans and grebe. There is no accommodation within the park. Kamnarok can be visited as a day trip from either Baringo or Bogoria.
Bisanadi/ Kora/ Rahole National Parks and Reserve

Bisanadi Park is the traditional division between the Meru and Boran tribes people. The Reserve was opened in September 1979 and occupies an area 606 sq. kms. A true wilderness area without any accommodation it is only accessible by 4WD vehicles. There is an airstrip at Korbessa.

Another area made famous by the Adamsons is Kora National Park. Opened in October 1989, 280kms. North east of Nairobi, it is an easy outing from Meru National Park. Covering an area of 1,787 sq. kms. bound by the Tana River, George Adamson’s camp was built here.

A feature is the sudden appearance of lush green “oasis”, created by the lines of doum palms which shelter the banks of the Tana River. Striking are the inselbergs-isolated rocky outcrops covered in vegetation which create random islands above the plains. Kora has diverse wildlife: 21 species of fish have been recorded, with 500 species of insect, 33 mollusks and 40 reptiles. Species to view include: elephant, Lesser Kudu, wild dog, striped and spotted hyenas, leopard and cheetah.

Other regional parks include Rahole National Reserve, offering a wide variety of plains game, hippo, crocodile and excellent bird viewing; also Mwingi National Reserve, formerly North Kitui. Game to view includes hippo, crocodile, buffalo and warthog.


 

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