Unlocking Lake Solai Tourism Potential

Unlocking Lake Solai Tourism Potential

This year 2021, the county government of Nakuru will join the rest of the world in celebrating the World Tourism Day 2021 during the Unlocking Lake Solai Tourism Potential Initiative by Governor Lee Kinyanjui.

The choice of Lake Solai as the venue of this year's World Tourism Day celebrations coincides with Governor’s initiative to diversify tourism in the county as a tool of promoting sustainable development, community empowerment and ensuring equitable distribution of resources.

The event is being organized by department of trade and tourism in collaboration with various county departments (Culture, Fisheries, Communication), government agencies, Nakuru County Tourism Association - NCTA, Great Rift Valley Association of Tour Operators - GRATO.

About Lake Solai
Lake Solai is a saltwater lake in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya, Nakuru County. It is located near the town of Solai, at an elevation of 1,667 meters (5,469ft). Geological conditions at the lake during the Little Ice Age have been the object of a scientific study.

The lake has great tourism potential including birdwatching, Boat riding, Sport fishing, Hiking, Cultural Centres, Agro-tourism and so much more. Once fully operationalized, Lake Solai will be a haven of activities for tourism.

Unlocking Lake Solai Tourism Potential