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Map of Baringo district in Kenya

Basic information about Baringo
Baringo County is one of the 47 Counties of Kenya. It is located in the former Rift Valley Province. Its headquarters and largest town is Kabarnet.
Cities, towns & villages in Baringo
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KabartonjoKabartonjo is the district headquarters of Baringo North District, Baringo County, Kenya. Kabartonjo has a population of about 2,000. Its residents are mainly of the Arror dialect of the Tugen sub-tribe in the Kalenjin cluster but members of other tribes across Kenya are also available. Kabartonjo was founded in the early 20th century by Scottish missionaries who founded a church and a school. Kenya's second president, H.E. Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi went to school here, the primary school is now named in his honor. In the initial days of its existence, Kabartonjo was known to the locals as Kameshen, roughly translated as 'of-the-mission' due to the mission established there. The name Kabartonjo is the name of an influential clan that live nearby who due to their influence in local politics Show Kabartonjoon the map
MarigatMarigat is a settlement in Baringo County, Kenya. Marigat is a fast-growing town located in the lowlands of Baringo County. Its growth is supported by the Perkerra irrigation scheme where onions, pepper, papaws and maize, among other crops, are grown. Marigat town is about 20 km from both the famous L. Baringo and L. Bogoria; this exposes the town to new ideology through interaction between visitors and the locals. Marketing of local products such as honey (kumyante), goat's meat (beny), and cultural artifacts is made effective by the surging local and foreign tourists and travellers. Show Marigaton the map
KapedoKapedo is a settlement in Pokot East District of Baringo, Kenya's Rift Valley Province. The village lies to the west of Mount Silali in the floor of the Great Rift Valley at the head of the Suguta Valley.The Suguta River enamates from hot springs just east of the village, and is joined by the Kapedo River flowing from the west. Show Kapedoon the map
Eldama RavineEldama Ravine is a town in Baringo County, Kenya, a few miles north of the coordinates 0° 30' 0\" North, 35° 43' 0\" East. It was established as an administrative point by British colonialists and later served as a transit route for lumber harvested from surrounding forests. It was previously the headquarters of the former Koibatek District and Eldama Ravine Constituency. It has a population of 18,231. It is largely an agricultural trade point producing world popular commercial rose flowers. It is fairly cosmopolitan home to more than half of Kenya's ethnic tribes. Show Eldama Ravineon the map
KabimoiKabimoi is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County in Eldama Ravine Sub-County. It is home to President Moi's Kabimoi Ranch where his wife Lena Moi lived until she died in 2004. Kabimoi High School is one of the popular secondary schools in the area. Kabimoi is a relatively small township with a few shops mostly located on the Eldama Ravine - Nakuru Highway. The distance from Kabimoi to the headquarter town of Eldama Ravine is approximately 10 Kilometres. Show Kabimoion the map
MogotioMogotio is a township in Kenya's Baringo County in the former Rift Valley Province. Mogotio is located in the south of the county and shares a border with Rongai district in Nakuru County. It has about 15,000 inhabitants. The main economic activities are dairy farming, growing maize, and large-scale sisal cultivation for export. Show Mogotioon the map
LorukLoruk is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. It is a local centre for the pastoralist Pokot and agro-pastoralist Njemps people living around the Lake Baringo. The population size varies with the seasons but is estimated at 300-500. Loruk houses a primary school, a clinic, a number of churches and a police station. Show Lorukon the map
Kampi Ya SamakiKampi Ya Samaki is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County, located on the shore of Lake Baringo.The name Kampi Ya Samaki is Swahili for 'Village of Samaki' where Samaki is a type of fish present in the lake. Kampi ya Samaki basically means 'fish camp' as it is the landing bay for fishermen and also a market for their fish. The population of Kampi ya Samaki is cosmopolitan however about 99% of it form the arror sub tribe of the tugen and this answers the visitors question of where the area lies administratively and politically. Show Kampi Ya Samakion the map
MetkeiMetkei is a village in the Baringo County, Kenya. Metkei has a population of 2700 (1999 census, total population of the Metkei location) . Steeplechase runner Jeruto Kiptum was born here. Show Metkeion the map
KabarnetKabarnet is a town in Baringo County, Kenya. The town has an urban population of 9,583 and a total population of 24,661 (1999 census ) Show Kabarneton the map
MukutanMukutan is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. A tourist cabin in Mukutan is featured in a Trip advisor link. Show Mukutanon the map
YatyaYatya is a settlement in Kenya's Rift Valley Province. Show Yatyaon the map
KamarabuyonKamarabuyon is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kamarabuyonon the map
KapchepkorKapchepkor is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kapchepkoron the map
KapkalelwaKapkalelwa is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kapkalelwaon the map
NyalilpuchNyalilpuch is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Nyalilpuchon the map
LoiminangeLoiminange is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Loiminangeon the map
LogumukumLogumukum is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Logumukumon the map
BartolimoBartolimo is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Bartolimoon the map
Maji Ya MotoMaji Mata is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Maji Ya Motoon the map
ChepkesinChepkesin is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Chepkesinon the map
ChemosusuChemosusu is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Chemosusuon the map
ChemoigutChemoigut is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Chemoiguton the map
ChemogochChemogoch is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Chemogochon the map
SalabaniSalabani is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Salabanion the map
BartabwaBartabwa is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Bartabwaon the map
NosuguroNosuguro is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Nosuguroon the map
LangarwaLangarwa is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Langarwaon the map
KapturwoKapturwo is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kapturwoon the map
CheberenCheberen is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Cheberenon the map
EsageriEsageri is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Esagerion the map
KaptionKaption is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kaptionon the map
KinyangKinyang is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kinyangon the map
KasisitKasisit is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kasisiton the map
KapkiamKapkiam is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kapkiamon the map
BarwesaBarwesa is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Barwesaon the map
MugurinMugurin is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Mugurinon the map
EminingEmening is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Eminingon the map
LorwokLorwok is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Lorwokon the map
KablukKabluk is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kablukon the map
KamarrKamarr is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Kamarron the map
NoiweNoiwe is a settlement in Kenya's Baringo County. Show Noiweon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Baringo
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BaringoBaringo County is one of the 47 Counties of Kenya. It is located in the former Rift Valley Province. Its headquarters and largest town is Kabarnet. The county is home to Lake Baringo.Show on map
Different buildings in Baringo
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SolaiSolai is a town in Nakuru County, Kenya. It is located about thirty kilometers north of the county capital, Nakuru. Administratively, Solai is a location in Bahati division of Nakuru County. Solai location has a population of 35,949. Solai is also an electoral ward in Rongai Constituency and Nakuru County Council . Elevation = 1952m.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Baringo
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Lake BogoriaLake Bogoria is a saline, alkaline lake that lies in a volcanic region in a half-graben basin south of Lake Baringo, Kenya, a little north of the equator. Lake Bogoria, like Lake Nakuru, Lake Elmenteita, and Lake Magadi further south in the Rift Valley, and Lake Logipi to the north, is home at times to one of the world's largest populations of lesser flamingos. The lake is a Ramsar site and Lake Bogoria National Reserve has been a protected National Reserve since November 29, 1973. Lake Bogoria is shallow (about 10 m depth), and is about 34 km long by 3.5 km wide, with a drainage basin of [[1 E8 m2|700 km2]].Show on map
Lake KamnarokLake Kamnarok was a lake in Kenya, at the base of the Kerio Valley, unfortunately as of 2015 the lake dried up. The name originated from the word narok, which is a species of water plant that was widely found in the lake in the early stages of the lake formation. The lake was gazetted in 1984, when Lake Kamnarok Game Reserve was created. This is the home of 500 elephants.Show on map
Lake BaringoLake Baringo is, after Lake Turkana, the most northern of the Kenyan Rift Valley lakes, with a surface area of about 130 square kilometres (50 sq mi) and an elevation of about 970 metres (3,180 ft). The lake is fed by several rivers, Molo, Perkerra and Ol Arabel, and has no obvious outlet; the waters are assumed to seep through lake sediments into the faulted volcanic bedrock. It is one of the two freshwater lakes in the Rift Valley in Kenya, the other being Lake Naivasha.It lies off the beaten track in a hot and dusty setting and over 470 species of birds have been recorded there, occasionally including migrating flamingos. A Goliath heronry is located on a rocky islet in the lake known as Gibraltar.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Baringo
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PakaPaka is a shield volcano located in the Great Rift Valley, Kenya. Geothermal activity is widespread at Paka. Paka means \"cat\"in Swahilli.Show on map
KorosiKorosi is a shield volcano located in the Gregory Rift at the northern end of Lake Baringo, Kenya.Show on map