Lake Naivasha

At 1,884 meters (6,181 feet) above sea level, Lake Naivasha is the highest point in the Kenyan Rift Valley. It is a complicated geological formation made up of volcanic rocks and sedimentary deposits from a larger lake that existed during the Pleistocene era. The lake is supplied with water by the everlasting Malewa and Gilgil rivers in addition to sporadic streams. Since the lake's water is relatively fresh, even if there isn't a visible outflow, it's thought to have one underground.[2] Prior to 2010, the lake's usual surface area was 139 square kilometers (54 sq mi)[3]. By 2020, that had grown to 198 square kilometers (76 sq mi).[4] The 64 square kilometres (25 sq mi) of swamp that encircles it can vary significantly according on the amount of rainfall. Located at

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