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Map of Garissa district in Kenya

Basic information about Garissa
Garissa County is an administrative County in the former North Eastern Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Garissa. The county has a population of 623,060, and an area of about 45,720.2 km².
Cities, towns & villages in Garissa
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LiboiLiboi is a town in Garissa County, Kenya, at the border with Somalia. Show Liboion the map
IjaraIjara is a town in Garissa County, Kenya. It was previously capital of the former Ijara District. It is located 100 km north of Lamu and 180 km south of Garissa. Show Ijaraon the map
GarissaGarissa (Somali: Gaarisa) is the capital of Garissa County, Kenya. It is situated in the former North Eastern Province. Show Garissaon the map
DueaderaDueadera is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya, just north of Arawale National Reserve. Show Dueaderaon the map
HaruruHaruru is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya. It lies within Arawale National Reserve. Show Haruruon the map
FafsulaFafsula is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya, just north of Arawale National Reserve. Show Fafsulaon the map
MbalambalaBahadale is a settlement in Rahole National Reserve in Kenya's Garissa County. Show Mbalambalaon the map
BenaneBenane is a town in Kenya's North eastern Province. Show Benaneon the map
IlkabereIlkabere is a settlement in Kenya's Garissa County. Show Ilkabereon the map
Welaluit DardesaDardesa is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya. Show Welaluit Dardesaon the map
HaridfiHaridfi is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya. Show Haridfion the map
TukeliTukeli is a settlement in Kenya's Garissa County. Show Tukelion the map
RigmioRigmio is a settlement in Kenya's Garissa County. Show Rigmioon the map
SumatSumat is a settlement in Kenya's Garissa County. Show Sumaton the map
KolbioColbio is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya. Show Kolbioon the map
HigletHiglet is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya. Show Higleton the map
LibatLibat is a settlement in Kenya's Garissa County. Show Libaton the map
DigiraDigira is a settlement in Garissa County, Kenya. Show Digiraon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Garissa
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Ijara DistrictIjara was a former administrative district in the North Eastern Province of Kenya. On May 20, 2000, it was carved out from the larger Garissa District. It covered an area of 11,332 km2 and, according to the population census of 1999, had a population of 62,571. It bordered Garissa District to the north, Lamu District to the south, Tana River District to the west, and Somalia to the northeast. The district had one local authority, Ijara county council, and one constituency, Ijara Constituency. In 2010, it was amalgamated with Garissa County.Show on map
Garissa(Not to be confused with Garissa.) Garissa County is an administrative County in the former North Eastern Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest urban area is Garissa. The large complex of refugee camps at Dadaab, with more than 260,000 Somalian refugees (as of August 31, 2016), is located in Garissa County. The county has a population of 623,060, and a land area of about 45,720.2 km².Show on map
Different buildings in Garissa
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Arawale National ReserveThe Arawale National Reserve is a designated conservation area managed by the Garissa County in assistance with the Kenya Wildlife Service. It lies in North Eastern Province of Kenya, 77 km south of the town of Garissa. The reserve covers an area of 53,324 hectares (533 km2; 206 sq mi). To the west, it is bordered by the Tana River and, to the east, by the Garissa-Lamu road. In 1974, the reserve was gazetted as the only in-situ conservation site for the critically endangered Hirola population endemic to north-eastern Kenya and south-west Somalia.Show on map
Garissa AirportGarissa Airport is an airport in Kenya.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Garissa
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Lorian SwampThe Lorian Swamp is an area of wetlands on the Ewaso Ngiro river in Wajir South,Habaswein Kenya. The swampy zone is 196 kilometres (122 mi) long and has a greatest width of 25 kilometres (16 mi), covering an area of 231,000 hectares (570,000 acres).Apart from the Ewaso Ngiro river, the swamp is also fed by wadis from the southwest and the northeast.The swamp is less than 300 metres (980 ft) above sea level.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Garissa
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Boni National ReserveThe Boni National Reserve is a national reserve for conservation and lies in the Garissa County, Kenya. The reserve covers an area of 1,339 km2 (517 sq mi) and is managed by Kenya Wildlife Service. It was gazetted in 1976 as a dry season sanctuary for elephants in the former Kenyan Ijara , and Lamu districts and Somalia. Unfortunately, elephant population has been greatly reduced by poaching.Show on map