Lake Baringo Reptile Park
You will see several species of reptiles including the Spitting Cobra, Black Mamba, Puff Adder, Monitor Lizards as well as Boomslang (tree snake), Crocodiles, endangered tortoises, and harmless Stripe Bellied Sand Snakes.
This is an alkaline lake located in a volcanic region, south of Lake Baringo. It features hot geysers and springs, and a wide range of wildlife species including flamingos, warthogs, gazelles, zebras, jackals, dik-diks, klipspringers, baboons, and foxes.
Located on the eastern shores of Lake Baringo, this community-owned conservancy is managed by Kenya Wildlife Service, and it’s well-known for its endangered Rothschild giraffes. It is also home to hippos, greater kudus, baboons, and impalas.
Kapedo Hot Springs
Located at the northern part of Lake Baringo, Kapedo is a natural hot spring with a beautiful view, combining a 150-m waterfall shooting out warm water from the expansive Silale Hills.
The ancient museum displays household items of the Tugen, Ilchamus and Pokot communities. A reptile park is found in the compound too.
A favourite tourist spot that preserves fossil remains of the ancient man and successions of deposits from millions of years ago. It was here that Brigitte Senut and Martin Pickford found six million-year-old hominid fossils.
More About Popular Activities at Lake Baringo
Watch the activities of different species of birds that have their breeding spots on the lake
Explore the different parts of Baringo with a boat ride.
With a variety of wildlife species, Lake Baringo is a rich ground for game watching around the year.
Picnicking & Nature Walking
Enjoy a calm nature-walking activity with your loved ones or have a picnic in some of the most romantic spots on earth.