Top places to visit in Baringo county:Lake Bogoria

We have a new feature in our blog that will cover never seen photos of places I have have visited! These photos are meant to highlight key attractions in the different destinations and inspire you to visit while giving you an idea of the top attractions and things to do!

To start us off, spotlight will be on Lake Bogoria in Baringo  County.

Entrance to Lake Bogoria National Reserve.
More info about the reserve.

 

Well there you have it.

I hope these are enough photos to inspire you to visit Lake Bogoria.

 

 

 

 

11 thoughts on “Top places to visit in Baringo county:Lake Bogoria

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    Beautiful photos. Natural photos are really amazing and although the lake has a very barren look, it just adds more drama to the photographs. Great initiative on your part to share photos like these and of places not many know about.

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    Gokul Raj - May 22, 2017

    Love the isolation. Perfect for an introvert like me.

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    Monika - May 22, 2017

    Awesome spots i would love to see them all. The flamingos are awesome !

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    Genie | Gallivanting Bean - May 23, 2017

    I love the salt flats. It’s so cool to see such vast empty space

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    Nomadic Foot - May 25, 2017

    so beautiful photos and awesome place. I m in love with lakes and this one is perfect.

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    Stephanie Fox - May 26, 2017

    I love a photo post! That lake looks beautiful, and seeing flamingoes is on my bucket list. It looks a wonderful place to enjoy the scenery and nature

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    Marky - May 28, 2017

    Wow what a beautiful place which also seem to be a haven for nature lovers and adorable creatures of the Earth

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    Punita - May 28, 2017

    A place to ponder upon the diversity of nature…sometimes rich and colorful, sometimes deserted and dull. The pictures of the birds are great.

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    Iza Abao - May 28, 2017

    Your photos of Lake Bogoria are awesome. It showed that Lake Bogoria has a moderate temperature. I like the photos of the flamingos. How come there were no other tourists? Or maybe you came early. = )

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    “Take only memories, and leave only foot prints” That’s what came to mind when I looked through your photos. utterly breathtaking, and I am inspired. You look like you pretty much have the place to yourself! Thank you for sharing.

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    Janet Musia - July 1, 2017

    Photos are awesome

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