Kenya is not only one of the best places in Africa for tourism but also contains different and mysterious sites that are not found in many countries.
One of the mysterious gems found in Kenya is Lake Chala which is located at the border between Kenya and Tanzania. Other than being surrounded by a steep crater, the water of the lake changes from turquoise, blue to Green.
Since the lake is also situated near Tsavo National park, many animals like elephants that migrate to and from Kenya and Tanzania are spotted. The lake also contains Tilapia which are not found elsewhere. The lake is fed by water from Kilimanjaro. The Lake also has different species of birds.
The surrounding area is just as interesting, and not just because of the mountain that can be seen on clear days towering in the background but also because of the wildlife. Visitors have the pleasure to engage in activities like fishing, fishing and canoeing.
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