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.
Lake Kamnarok Game Reserve