Lake Chamo is a famous crocodile lake on the Great Rift Valley in East Africa. It is home to thousands of wild crocodiles and can observe very large crocodiles and hippos very close. We drove on the lake by boat and the boat was very worn. The lake is surrounded by rolling hills, the scenery under the blue sky and white clouds is very good, slowly the water birds on the lake, and the fishermen are holding the thin bamboo rafts floating on the water, the lake breezy, taking the boat on the lake It is also very pleasant to basking in the sun.
After bypassing a bay, all of us exclaimed that there were more than a dozen giant crocodiles on a shoal in front, and there were many crocodiles with exposed eyes in the waters near the shoals. There are about thirty together. These crocodiles are very healthy and have a big belly. It seems that there is no shortage of food in the lake. They laze in the sun on the shoal and open their mouths from time to time. Its really like the bbc documentary. They It is not captive here, but growing freely, full of wildness and strength, which makes me think of goose bumps. It seems that they are all very full, so there is no interest in the humans of our ship.
The Great Rift Valley of East Africa has almost crossed all countries in Eastern Africa, with the longest in Ethiopia. It forms Lake Abaia and Lake Zwai in the middle of the Ethiopian Plateau. It continues north to the Red Sea and then extends northwest from the Red Sea. In the Jordan Valley, the rift valley here has a bandwidth of about tens to 200 kilometers, and the valley bottom is mostly flat. There are steep cliffs on either side of the rift, and the height difference between the bottom of the valley and the top of the cliff ranges from a few hundred meters to 2,000 meters. In fact, the Great Rift Valley is not limited to the East African region. It is actually a huge fault zone across the Middle East and East Africa, so it is called the largest scar on the Earth.
mentioning the Great Rift Valley in East Africa, the first feeling of many people may be "the deep canyon". In fact, the Great Rift Valley in East Africa is not an abyss we imagined. Its widest place is more than 200 kilometers, so even if we walk in the Great Rift Valley, we don't feel that we are walking in a rift or a canyon.
At sunset we arrived at a national park on the edge of the Grand Canyon, saying it was a national park. It was actually just a rope to stop it. A small old house was used as a toll booth. We looked at the car with a puzzled look. When I entered, I saw wild ostriches and wild boars not far from the entrance. The huge birds flew overhead, and this moment suddenly returned to ancient times.
In Ethiopia, no matter where the car is going, there will always be children running on the side of the road. When they see the car, they are excited, but when they really get to the front, they are too shy to speak.