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We send a night in Turkana Lake, beside the lake without any tent. The lake was amazingly beautiful, with the surrounding trees and palm trees making it perfectly beautiful. Our 2 month stay in Lodwar is complete by visiting this lake. At night, the start...More
Two and a half very happy years in Lokitaung - but over 50 years ago! I would love to return, but from what I can learn about conditions today, there would appear to be problems relating to security in that part of north western Kenya.
lake Turkana is a fresh water lake located in northern part of Kenya and is among the largest desert lakes in the world. The place has beautiful sceneries with hot breeze which makes it tough both in the day and at night and one is...More
When you drive either trough Chalbi desert or through the rocky highlands from the Samburu land, you will not trust your eyes about the beautiful desert lake in front of you. Truly one of the untouched spots of nature on this planet.
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The east side of Lake Turkana is definetely worth a visit. Thanks to the Turkana windpower project Loyangalani is much easier to access than before. It is beautiful, dry and hot.
In Loyangalani you will be in the middle of different tribes (Samburu, Turkana, Rendille,...More
If you have the opportunity to visit, don't pass it up. The adventurous journey there, the opportunity to learn firsthand about Samburu and Turkana people, the scenery all around, and finally the lake itself are all very much worth the arduous journey there. It is...More
The Cradle of mankind, that is what Turkana is known for. Well it has much to offer from the hospitable communities to the beautiful scenery. As a Geologist i got to traverse to most places in Turkana if not all the places. The place is...More