The Great Rift Valley stretches 9,600 kilometres from Lebanon to Mozambique. This crack in the earth’s crust forms some dramatic scenery in Kenya, notably several stunning lakes, dramatic extinct volcanoes and remote wildlife reserves.
The Great Rift Valley Lakes are home to some of the largest and most ecologically diverse freshwater systems in the world, they are also one of the world’s most endangered water systems. They support millions of people with drinking water, food and livelihoods and are essential habitats for multiple species of fish, amphibians and birds.
Great Rift Valley Lake scenery is truly breathtaking and you can expect to see herds of elephants, buffalo, healthy numbers of predators not to mention multiple bird species.