The SODA LAKE BOGORIA is situated in the Rift valley between the Laikipia plateau and the Tugen hills about 125 km north of Nakuru. The altitude ranges around 1000 m. The climate is warm mostly even hot.
Its main attraction are the hot springs and geysers, flamingos and Greater kudus. It was declared as national reserve in 1973 to protect the Greater kudu and of course the beautiful lake area. Leopard tortoises are usually to be found.
The hot springs give evidence of still existing volcanic activity. Beware of the boiling water!
From the main gate a road leads along the lake to the campsites at the rear end of the lake.
Depending on the weather situation you might experience unforgettable sunsets with amazing colours. Animals to be found are Dik-Dik, Greater kudus, zebras, warthogs, Grant gazelles, hares, baboons and Green monkeys.
Flamingos, Fish eagle, kingfisher, weaver birds, ostriches, falcon and many more build the colorful world of the birds.