Lake Turkana National Parks
Lake Turkana National Parks – located in the northern part of Kenya, this is a serene tourist site serving as a study center for plant and animal communities and a rich animal habitat. It is a stopover for the migrant Waterfowl and a breeding area for the Nile crocodile, hippopotamus as well as various venomous snakes. The Lake is the most saline of all Africa’s big lakes. Many educationists visit the Koobi Fora deposits, an archeological site, which is rich in mammalian and fossil remains. The site has contributed a lot to the understanding of paleontology than any other site on the continent.