It is natural to come to Lake Bogolia to see the famous flamingos, but don't think that flamingos are red. In fact, most of what we see are white.
Kenya is unique in geography and geography, so it attracts beautiful flamingos every year and is another great place to watch them. When you see the flamingos, it's so happy!
There are too many photos, too much time, and too much effort to organize. I found that there are still spots in Africa that have not yet been reviewed, and I have recently finished evaluating them one by one. Lake Boglia is located near the Rift Valley in Kenya and is a paradise for birds. There are not only flamingos, but other birds. There are a lot of hot springs. There are some algae plants in the lake, which make the surface of the lake show different colors at different times, which is very magical and beautiful. The number of flamingos is huge, and you can see a large swath of red, which is spectacular!
To approach Lake Bogoria, you need to pass through a mud swamp, with large swamps of flamingos roosting and hovering in front of you, and the formation is spectacular. Lake Boglia is a very shallow lake. The clear water reflects the beautiful figure of flamingos. The entire lake is dyed pink, like colorful clouds falling in the green mountains and green water. A breeze with a faintly salty taste blew across our face, set against the gentle sunlight, the flamingos chirping in the lake water, we dared not speak loudly, for fear of disturbing their nap.
A wild lake is full of flamingos, which is a characteristic of Bogoria Lake. Tourists can watch thousands of flamingos living here. As the geology is a tropical zone, hot smoke from rocks can be seen along the shore of the lake, and the white fountain is another sport.
I saw a flamingo in Lake Boglia, and I checked another item in the life list. The pink conveyor belt, which is several kilometers long, moves, rises and falls, and circulates rhythmically. Approaching sunset, the overwhelming pink gradually settled, studded with gold, reflecting on the lake!