Kericho Tea Plantations
Kericho Tea Plantations
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Great Horizon Trails
Nairobi, Kenya68 contributions
May 2020
driving through the beautiful panoramic view of Nandi hills, Muhoroni sugar e.t.c. to reach Kericho early evening , check in at the hotel. Kericho is a Tea country which has placed Kenya to be the world third largest Tea producer after India and Sri Lanka. There are beautiful rolling hills carpeted in neat, bright green tea bushes as far as you can see. The climate here is perfect for Tea with rain falling almost every afternoon. Kericho was named after Ole Kericho, a Maasai Chief who was killed in the battle by the Gusii in the 19th Century.
Written 4 September 2020
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sanjirajdew
7 contributions
Sep 2019
Tea, tea, tea, tea, a lot more tea and some flowers. This is an interesting place with some of the friendliest people in the area. Very beautiful and picturesque
Written 25 September 2019
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Greg T
Kericho, Kenya10 contributions
Jan 2019 • Business
A must see and absolutely stunning. Such friendly people and extremely helpful. If you can try to get to the factories to see the process of how the tea is manufactured.
Written 27 January 2019
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Mark M
Durham, UK76 contributions
Jun 2018 • Friends
The tea plantations are incredible to explore, stunning scenery, amazing smell and very accessible.

Little bit surprised that there are no function rooms or tea rooms or small commercial outlets to sample the tea and explore the process of how tea is picked and packaged to make the shelves.
Written 18 June 2018
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jbaker56
Weston super Mare, UK12 contributions
Feb 2018 • Couples
As far as the eye can see it was beautiful to see the plantation as I love drinking tea but it was nice to see the process as its beautiful.
Written 2 March 2018
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Masmedia06
18 contributions
Feb 2018 • Solo
Love Kerichooooo. The people and the green valleys are incredible. I enjoy alot one place not very touristic.
Written 11 February 2018
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Ami M
Ahmedabad, India43 contributions
Feb 2017 • Family
Greenery till your eyes see it. This is the place where green (Plantation) meets the blue (sky). It is so serene and peaceful. People here were wonderful. They helped me inside the gardens and see actually what it is. I was allowed to pluck the plants and put it in the bags. We bought tea also and there are so many varieties of tea available there. This is a perfect stop for a day picnic.
Written 16 January 2018
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Natalie J
Johannesburg, South Africa438 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
Tea as far as the eye can see in this region. We were taken through a plantation by Herman, and also got to buy tea from him. You get the most beautiful pics in the plantation! He showed us how the leaves are picked and some other details about how its grown etc. well worth the five dollars it cost. Would definitely visit again!
Written 16 August 2017
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Deepak B
Kisumu, Kenya476 contributions
Apr 2017
i am fascinated by the beautiful scenery and what we have here on this earth."Drive slow and enjoy the kericho tea Plantations"
Written 20 April 2017
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Emmanuel Ngenoh
Nairobi, Kenya52 contributions
Sep 2016
I grew up in this little town but i must say it's one of the most beautiful places I know off. It is beautiful and very calm conducive for nice evening walks and even bike rides in the all weather roads that weave in and out of the tea plantations. Definitely check out the Arboretums within it. They are beautiful and perfect for picnics and hanging out during the day. Last time I checked, you didn;t have to pay to visit them
Written 15 November 2016
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