Lake Kamnarok Game Reserve
Popularly known as Africa's second largest home for crocodiles after, with more than 10,000 crocodiles, 400 elephants, 13 species of other mammals and a wide variety of birds, the world-famous Lake Kamnarok Game Reserve in Kerio Valley is Baringo County's pride. The name Kamnaroka originated from the word Narok, which is a species of water plant that was widely found in the lake in the early stages of the lake formation. Other animals that reside here include; Dik Dik, Bush Pigs, Waterbuck, Elephant, Buffalo, Warthog, and Rothschild’s Giraffe. There are also varieties of birds are also found in Lake Kamnarok National Reserve mainly the Grebe and Pelicans.