A Guide To Kesubo Swamp
Kesubo Swamp is part of the Lake Bogoria ecosystem. Kesubo is tipped as a haven for bird-watchers and holds the Kenyan record for the largest number of bird species seen in one area.
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Just outside Lake Bogoria National Reserve’s northern boundary and on the road in from the main B4 road north, Kesubo Swamp is a birdwatcher’s paradise: more than 200 species have been recorded and one lucky person spotted 96 species in one hour – a Kenyan record. You’ll need to park your car close to Lake Bogoria Spa Resort and walk around the perimeter.
Kesubo Swamp Contacts
Attraction Type: Wildlife, Scenery & Landscapes
Category: Birding Site, Swamp
Region: North Rift
City / Town: Bogoria
Telephone: +254 772 743500
Entrance Fee: Yes