Sotik is a cosmopolitan town perched on a hill, 50 kilometres from Kericho Town. There’s plenty to see and do in Sotik including hooking up sexy local escorts for sex on Exotic Kenya.More Less
Sotik Town is perched on a hill, 50 kilometres from Kericho Town and same distance from Kisii Town. It is about 115 kilometres from Narok.
The town was founded by British farmers and Indian traders as early as the 1900s. So impregnable was the forest in the area then that the British used to say ‘so thick’ but locals corrupted it to ‘Sotik’. The name has stuck to the shopping centre since.
The area is a key producer of milk and the milk sector was doing very well in the 1990s before mismanagement almost brought it to its knees.
Sotik is a mix of old and new. The old magnificent building that once housed Barclays Bank is a landmark. Opposite it is the ever vibrant KCB branch. The Kenya Women Finance Trust (KWFT) branch is at the heart of the town too. Chemagel Market on the outskirts of the town used to be popular for a long time before it fell in hard times.
Sotik is a cosmopolitan town and Somali and Indian businessmen are running the show.
Sotik is connected by both road and air. George Smith Farm Airport is 21 kilometers away from Sotik. Eldoret Aistrip Airport is 24 kilometers away from Sotik. Maji Mazuri Airport is 29 kilometers away from Sotik. Sergoit Airport is 29 kilometers away from Sotik and Eldoret International Airport is 33 kilometers away from Sotik.
There’s plenty to see and do in Sotik.Not far from the town, River Kipsonoi hums as it snakes its way to join River Chemosit near Kabianga and then join the huge River Sondu Miriu. The water then makes its way into Lake Victoria.
A number of cool entertainment joints from old to new entrants dot Sotik Town. Club 181 is a popular club out of town down eastwards, The club has a playground that attracts families and sports lovers.
Silent Cafe is on the busy Kisii-Kericho Highway and is reputed for its chicken and ‘nyama choma’.
Locals here love to imbibe on a local brew known as Wirkik and sometimes hit national headlines for it.
There are plenty of Airbnb style accommodation options available in Sotik.