This geyser is located in a larger group of hot springs. In this group are located two more geysers which are less impressive – 0.3 – 0.7 m high.
Koibobei Geyser is active only when its vent is exposed. This geyser is located close to the lake and when the level of the lake rises, it is inundated and does not "work" anymore.
Koibobei geysers have not formed sinter or travertine around them.
Koibobei Hot Springs and Geysers are included in the following list:
- T. Scott Bryan, The Geysers of Yellowstone, fourth edition. 2008. Boulder.
Koibobei Hot Springs and Geysers on the map[travelers-map height=320px this_post=true init_maxzoom=9]
|Location, GPS coordinates:||0.1958 N 36.1230 E|
|Where is located?||Africa, Kenya, Rift Valley Province, southern bank of Lake Bogoria|
|Alternate names:||Kwaipopei Geysers, Kwaibeipai Geysers, Kobobei Geysers|
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