lake Jipe in Tsavo

lake Jipe is located in the Kenya-Tanzania border in the tsavo national park and it is shallow.Mount Kilimjaro in Tanzania is visible in the horizon creating a spectacular view especially for campers. The lake is fed by mount Kilimjaro through river Lumi which runs from Tanzania into Kenya. The lake a mere 5km from Tsavo […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On September 10, 2010
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lake Jipe is located in the Kenya-Tanzania border in the tsavo national park and it is shallow.Mount Kilimjaro in Tanzania is visible in the horizon creating a spectacular view especially for campers.

The lake is fed by mount Kilimjaro through river Lumi which runs from Tanzania into Kenya.

The lake a mere 5km from Tsavo park entrance.Aside from camping birdwatching is a splendid activity to do here with amazing bird species spread over the lake from flamingos to herons.

canoeing is also popular one may try a hand at sport fishing as well,  a game drive is a must for any visitor here.From the majestic elephants to lions this is a rare opportunity to view Kenya’s fine wildlife and scenery.

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  1. Clayton

    If I arrive in this area some day, would this be a good area to drive a rented car to in the hopes of seeing some African wildlife? I see that there are a number of tents close together in one camping area….is that for saftey? I guess you wouldn’t camp in one or two tents too often, eh?

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