Koros Camp, situated a short drive from Lake Turkana, lovingly called the 'Jade Sea' for its mesmerising shades of blues and greens, offers guests a diverse range of activities. These include exploring ancient rock art sites, engaging in hiking, fishing, cultural visits, and more. The camp's remote location ensures that this pristine wilderness remains largely untouched and retains its unspoiled African charm. Lake Turkana is renowned as the world's largest permanent desert lake and houses some of Kenya's most active crocodile breeding grounds. Moreover, the region holds great significance to anthropologists as it is considered the cradle of humankind, given the abundance of hominid fossils found here. With six thatched rooms, Koros Camp provides an ideal retreat for friends and family. Regardless of the number of guests, bookings are exclusive, ensuring an intimate and private experience for all.