Lake Magadi is one of the few places in Kenya with pristine and untouched attractions, unknown to many domestic and international travelers. Lake Magadi has natural springs to its south that provide a unique attraction to many travelers. The springs bubbling at around 35 degrees Celsius would provide a nice spot to relax and bath as it is believed to have healing properties to the skin.
There is also a variety of wildlife including giraffes, zebras, ostriches, gerenuks, gnu (wildebeests), Hyenas, jackals. When you go towards Shompole Conservancy, Elephants, lions, cheetahs, and buffaloes are common among many others.