Complemented by majestic landscapes and beautiful rolling plains, Kericho is undoubtedly the epitome of agro-tourism in East Africa. Come and see the biggest water catchment area in Kenya, the Mau Forest right within the boundaries of Kericho. From the indigenous forests of the Chebolu Conservancy to the lush green rolling plains of Kericho tea farms, the beauty of this county is a marvel.
Explore Kericho like a local and leave with memories of majestic nature and incredible hospitality from this small yet interesting county.
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Nestled within the western highlands of Kenya, the slopes in and around Kericho have long been Kenya’s richest tea growing area. Located about 250km from Nairobi city center, Kericho has a characteristically warm and temperate climate making it an ideal location for agriculture especially tea farming. Fresh cut flowers are also grown in large plantations and while combined with tea …
Directions & Maps
Getting to Kericho Since it’s located along the Nakuru- Kisumu highway, Kericho can be accessed using various public and private transportation means. The most convenient and cost friendly way is using Matatus (Shuttle vans). North rift shuttles from Nairobi to Kericho are the most popular and they run once or twice daily to Kericho with the journey taking approximately 4 …