4 Days

If you want to go to Central Island National Park you will first have to find Lake Turkana, in the Kenyan Great Rift Valley. This is a place of volcanoes and Lake Turkana is a salt lake derived from an ancient volcanic activity. It is a long and large water pond stretching between Ethiopia and Kenya and many islands rise from it. The most interesting is Central Island, also known as Crocodile Island because of the name of one of its craters.

Central Island, in fact, is a young volcano – or a system of three volcanoes – active with sulphurous smoke and steam. Its three craters host three small lakes: Crocodile, Flamingo and Tilapia. The island was declared a National Park in order to protect both the wild animals living over there and the landscape and vegetation. Today, it is one of the most charming protected areas in Kenya.


The enticing place in the wilderness story and uptaking the task plus bronchure walkthrough.
the team will have your camping bags ready with travel vans ready

Central Island National Park in Kenya

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From $780
/ Adult
From $300
/ Child
From $1,250
/ Senior Guys

Trip Facts

  • Cold water with Native Food.
  • 15
  • Every Mile African Safaris Limited Van
  • English Swahili Turkana
  • Packed together with the trip manager
  • Throughout the year
  • 18
  • 85