Lake Turkana is the gravel of northern Kenya. This lake is the fourth largest salt lake in the world, and the 24th of all lakes in the world. The northern part is located in Ethiopia. Although there are settlements on its shores, the lake is difficult to access, so the surroundings of the lake have retained its natural character. This was the reason for declaring the three national parks (two of which on islands). All three are on the UNESCO list. The climate around the lake is very hot and dry, so crocodiles, hippos, birds, and reptiles, mostly snakes, can be found here. Particularly beautiful scenes are those of the volcanic rocks around the lake, which attract visitors with their shapes.