Northern Kenya´s Chalbi Desert

At 370 meters (1,214 feet) above sea level, the Chalbi desert is located in northern Kenya, east of Lake Turkana, (otherwise called the Jade sea), the largest permanent desert lake in the world.  Chalbi in the local Gabbra language means "bare and salty." It is among the hottest and most regions in Kenya, a salty pan surrounded by volcano and lava flows. The nearest big town is around 15 hours away.

Read more in Tripatini contributor Duma Afrika Treks and Safaris´post Kenya´s Chalbi Desert.


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