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About 61 kms from Nakuru, the busy procession on the A104 Mombasa-Uganda Road, lies beautiful lush Kericho County.

Surrounded by a thick patchwork of manicured tea plantations, Kericho is one of Kenya’s most agreeable towns.

Compared with the greater part of Kenya, much of Kericho County is particular for its strikingly verdant landscape reminiscent of Nyambene highland in Meru. Much of Kericho’s beauty arises from its landscape that is neither rugged nor flat, but is gently rounded.  The hill slopes are reasonably steep, but they do not form cliffs or slopes too steep for cultivation.  Most of these hills are also of similar height.

Although there are a few areas within Kenya where tea is a major crop, for example, Nyeri, Nandi and Kiambu Counties, over half the land growing tea in Kenya, and utilizing modern methods, is found in Kericho. 

Kericho Nightlife

If you want to enjoy nightlife in Kericho, you must visit Kericho suburb. There are plenty of cool bars, night clubs and discotheques in Kericho. Located at the heart of Kericho County Wessyde Lounge offers great music and mouth-watering local dishes. Club Amarula is another cool club to hit to help you unwind after a hard day. If you are a sports fan then club whistles is the place for you. Big plasma screens combined with polite ambience is awaiting you here.

Things to do in Kericho

Kericho is best explored by food and there’s plenty of fun places to visit. Kapkatet Kipsigis Cultural Museum, started in 2008 by Paul Tum – a lecturer at Moi University, is perhaps the only place in Kericho County which can properly be called a museum.

It contains a gripping display of traditional artefacts of the Kalenjin Community, specifically of Kipsigis group, aiming to preserve and assist travellers to this region understand the history of the Kipsigis indigenous way of life, philosophy and traditional religion.

Established in 1940’s by settler farmer Tom Grumble within the Unilever Tea Estate (also known Kericho Tea Estates) as a sustainable project to break the mono-culture of tea estates, forests and farms, Chagaik Arboretum is the most established community leisure foxhole in Kericho. Among the highlights at Chagaik Arboretum include its plenitude of birds from the adjoining Mau Forest Reserve, its lovely indigenous forest patch, its radiant botanic gardens, riparian and Chagaik Dam.

You can also go for hikes Mau Forest Reserve, the largest closed‐canopy forest in Kenya and the largest of the country’s 5 watersheds. Mau Forest Reserve also forms the upper catchments of 12 main rivers that drain into 5 major lakes (Baringo, Nakuru, Natron, Turkana and Victoria) and supplies the Masai Mara National Reserve. 

Chemusot Estate, established in 1974 principally as a tea farm specializing in producing green and purple tea is another great destination while in Kericho. You will be met with beautiful scenery in the 1,000-acres farm, especially over the tea farm looking out to the forest’s shoulder. The highlight here is their dam, engulfed by sweeping rows of tea, and in the foreground well-kept lawns spruced up with a burst of colorful.

Those who don’t want to swim can take their pick of two canoes, or a rowing boat moored to the jetty” – John Fox. Trippers who wish to spend a night must bring their own camping equipment. Some popular activities at Chemusot Estate, host of Kericho Triathlon, are walking and biking.

Finlays Tea Estate is one of many factories within Kericho Township that runs informative tours that engage trippers through the process involved in making Kenya’s high-minded brands of tea.

Where to stay in Kericho

Depending on your budget, there are plenty of accommodation options in  Kericho, Sahara Gardens-Kericho offers accommodation in Kericho. The hotel has a barbecue and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Every room is fitted with a flat-screen TV.

Situated in Kericho, 5 km from Kenya Highlands University, Kimugu River Lodge Limited features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden.

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