Another location known for its large flocks of Lesser Flamingoes, Lake Bogoria is a saline body of water, which lies in a volcanic area. This location hosts the one of world’s largest Lesser Flamingo populations, at times. The lake is backed by the Siracho Encarpment on one side and surrounded by geysers and hot springs, which can erupt as high as five meters. The area can get really hot during the day, and the best times to visit are early mornings and evenings. The lake can be explored on foot as well, and the only wooded area towards the southern end hosts species like Leopards, Greater Kudu, Caracals, Buffalos and Gazelle.