juki235Lake Chala is the birthplace of African flamingos. Minerals from the eruption of Lungai Volcano are deposited in the lake, turning the lake water into red. Flamingoes eat these minerals and make their feathers red. A total of 4 million flamingos live in Lake Chala and the surrounding waters. Because of the unique geological environment here, Lake Chala becomes an ideal breeding place for flamingos. In order to nurture the next generation, they have gone through hardships, migrating thousands of miles, and the endless scene, which constitutes a blueprint of life that shocks the soul.
法国ribA lifetime is well worth the climb. It's the highest peak in Africa and the only intercontinental peak that an average person can climb without training. With a professional team to take you, safety is guaranteed. Moxi at the foot of the mountain is not far from a small airport, the Middle East and Europe have direct flights.
E27***92We came here in February. Fort Jesus is an interesting piece of Mombasa's history. You can learn about the city's strategic importance and how it changed hands between the Omanis and Europeans so many times. A nice diversion in Old Town.