A narrow cleft through which the Kerio river flows. The river created the gorge by erosion over millions of years. You can see adventurous locals make dangerous dives into the deep brown water.
On the Keiyo Escarpment
The escarpment averages 1000 vertical metres from edge down to the Kerio Valley. Offering great views to the east, it stretches north through Marakwet into West Pokot ----- a distance of some 180 km.
Formed by the Kerio River near Arror and named after the "swirl holes" (etched into the basalt rock) that resemble "cooking pots". The flow of water here in the rainy season can be spectacular
Irrigation furrow on Embobut
The Embobut is one of several rivers that have their water diverted, through furrows, for considerable distances to the "shambas" of the local people living in the Valley. Some furrows are well over 150 years old.
Hiking up Koisungur Hill
A westerly point of the Cherangany Hills, the top of Koisungur, whilst quite high (3167 m), is easily reached in one to one and a half hours of walking. Usually offers nice views to the west.
Crocodile Campsite, Rimoi
Camping in Rimoi NR is possible at several sites, but Crocodile Camp, next to the Kerio River, is the most popular. Note that, contrary to the name, crocodiles are not a danger here.