Lake Nakuru is a small, shallow, alkaline-saline lake located in a closed basin without outlets in the Eastern Rift Valley of equatorial East Africa. This National Park of Kenya is known for its spectacular bird fauna, (about 495 species).
Lake Nakuru National Park
Lake Nakuru is world famous for its flocks of flamingoes and the National Park was created to protect them. But Nakuru is far more than just flamingoes and there are over 400 other species of birds, making it one of Kenya's top ornithological sites.