This journey combines a thrilling wildlife experiences with an interesting encountings with traditional populations in one of the most exciting and adventurous parts of Africa: the northern Kenya.
From Nairobi the trip winds through Laikipia Plateau till the shores of the Lake Turkana, named as the Jada Sea due to it’s wonderful color.
Laikipia Plateau is a region of hilly savanna, northwest of Mount Kenya, boasts more endangered species like Kenya’s biggest population of black rhino alongside some very successful examples of conservation and luxury lodges.
The fascinating Marsabit National Park, with its misty, highland forests rising above the desert, is a good place to stop and enjoy a game drive before move north to Lake Turkana.
Sibiloi National Park is located on the wild and rugged shores of Lake Turkana, is home to important archaeological sites, volcanic formations, petrified forest but also terrestrial and aquatic wildlife.
Turkana’s traditional cultures are still very much a vibrant part of the scene: here is possible to get in touch with Turkana, Samburu, El Molo, Dassanech, Rendille, Pokot and Gabbra.
Last stage of the journey the incredible Lake Bogoria, it’s home of millions of lesser flamingos.
Ol Pejeta is an upstanding wildlife destination, is a no profit conservancy that boasts the largest black rhino sanctuary in east Africa.
The Conservancy is home of southern white rhino, endangered black rhino and in a special sanctuary there are two of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino.
The conservancy is a succesfully story in conservation and boasts some of the highest predator densities in Kenya and a large range of mammals species.
Ol Pejeta offers different activities, game drive, walking safari, horse rides, camel rides and thrilling night drive.
The beautiful Marsabit National Park is a refuge for huge tusked bull elephants, diverse birdlife and reptiles that habit forested mountains and three crater lakes.
This paradise place is perfect for birdwatching, hiking, and to meet the Borana people, one of the major semi-nomadic pastoralist and kind people in East Africa.
The Borana women wear a head scarf colorful coverings and beautiful necklaces.
Lake Turkana is a massive inland sea; the largest desert lake in the world, the lake is a remote and undiscovered area that has an incredible allure for intrepid travellers.
Lake Turkana is nicknamed The Jade Sea due to its mercurial blue-green color and is also the Crocodile Kingdom with an estimated population of over 12,000 crocodiles, making it the largest solitary thriving community in the world.
Sibiloi National Park lies along the shores of Lake Turkana, it is one of Kenya’s most spectacular protected areas and thanks to its significant archaeological sites, abountant bird life and amazing wildlife.
Lake Turkana is home to different populations and is possible to meet and experience traditional tribes like Turkana, Samburu, Rendille, El Molo and Pokot.
The Turkana, Rendille and Samburu are famous for the large number of necklace that are wear by the women; the Gabbra are wel know for their camels herds; while the El Molo are traditionally croccodiles hunters and fishers.
Lake Bogoria is a saline, alkaline lake, it is home to one of the world’s largest populations of lesser flamingos.
The lake is also famous for its natural geysers and hot springs, which are situated along the bank of the lake and within the lake.
Some of the geysers erupt to a height of 5 metres, and the water bursting through the lake can be searing hot.
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