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Being home for an approximate number of inhabitants of 300,000, Eldoret is relatively a small town with a promising growth. Eldoret is one of the Rift Valley towns featuring geographically diverse landscapes. Mainly the city features lush green sceneries and located in elevation of a maximum height of 2700 meters from the sea level. This city lies in the southern direction of the Cherangani Hills, with fascinating natural attractions that are yet to be discovered.

Meaning behind Eldoret

In the language identified as Maasai, spoken by the Maasai people inhabited in the Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania, the word eldore means stony river. The name of this city is believed to be evolved from this word as the city features Sosiani River nearby with very stony river beds.

Establishment of Eldoret

Eldoret was established by few settlements of South African in 1908. Fifty eight families of these settlers trekked to the Uashin Gishu plateau, the region where presently known Eldoret is located. These settled travelled all the way from Mombasa of the South Africa by sea and by rail. Later in 1911 another set of sixty families settled in the region. In the middle of the agricultural lands and farms they created, Eldoret was established. As a result in the current context also travellers visiting Eldoret can discover wide-open lush landscapes of cultivation.

Wildlife in Eldoret

The mainland of Africa is undisputedly known for its rich wildlife conservation. Eldoret is one such location where a perfect blend of endemic species of animals and birds can be found. Kisimu Impala Sanctuary is one such location where plenty of Impala medium-sized African deer like animals can be spotted. Eldoret Kakamega Forest is another place where a thriving number of mammals can be spotted.

Modernity at Eldoret

Being as the emerging city of Kenya, Eldoret has started to widen its network with rest of world in many ways. This promises a decent and comfortable stay at Eldoret. The city has banks, money exchangers, internet cafes and more importantly decent hotels and accommodation. Eldoret International Airport was established in 1995 opening the direct access to Eldoret for the international tourists.

Cheap flights to Eldoret from Air Africa

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