The central island is a re-known UNESCO world heritage located in the middle of Lake Turkana in Kenya, the most saline of great lakes and the largest ever green water –permanent desert lake in the world. This volcanic island is 800km from Nairobi and 5km2, it is comprised of three (3) active volcanoes and each of them houses a Crater Lake, making the Central Island a sole destination in the world where you can encounter three lakes in a lake. They include; Tilapia Lake, flamingo lake and Crocodile Lake. All these lakes shelter a big number of animals they are named after.
Exploring the Central Island National Park is one of the memorable adventurous encounters one can ever have in Africa and Kenya in particular. The Central Island National park is one of the three (3) National parks resting on Lake Turkana. This triple volcano is a popular housing ground for the big colonies of crocodiles, water birds and endemic fish species. There is limited vegetation but with some seasonal thick grass and bushes where birds dig their nests beneath the foliage.
The remoteness of this Island could probably be the reason as to why most tourists under look at it as one of the most colorful destinations that would fit your expectations, the ecosystem of this National Park is purely virgin and endowed with fine attractions, when visited would guarantee one’s appreciation of nature and would also give you an imaginative print of the ancient world where Adam and Eve lived. There are completely no roads neither vehicles on this Island, its better be said this destination is suitable for mobile and adventurous visitors who will be rewarded with great outstanding views on this planet.