Kerio View Hotel is tucked on the edge of the Kerio Valley escarpment, in the Great Rift Valley. It provides prospects of the alluring Tugen Hills and Tiati Mountain of the Pokot. Deep in the Kerio valley, and centre of attraction, is the serene Lake Kamnarok, right at the heart of Rimoi Game Reserve and nourished by the cool waters of the Kerio River. Rimoi reserve is relatively new, which means it’s hardly tarnished. The reserve is especially loved for very wild buffaloes and elephants. Tourists are expected to be escorted by Kenya Wildlife rangers. Crocodiles also populate the river, but are wary and shy-away from people. There is a diversity of bird species, as well as different kinds of plants.
On the foot of Kerio View you will to see the Rock Hyrax, different Colobus monkeys and a diverse range of birds. Without doubt, early morning is the ideal time at Kerio View. You will witness clouds rising from the valley as the sun ascends over the hills. Above all distant shots of Mt. Kenya, 220 kilometres away, is a memorable experience not to be missed.
The Kerio View Hotel offers a few self-contained cottages to our guests. You are advised to make bookings in advance to avoid disappointment. The management expects to increase capacity in the near future as there is clear demand for it. If you have young children in your entourage, beds and cots can be offered at short notice. Due to its high altitude, The Kerio View Hotel can be extremely cold at night and most evenings. Overnight guests are advised to have extra sweater for warmth. However, the hotel offers a fire in the large fireplace of the main building.arvellous view of the Kerio Valley 1000m below and eco-friendly grounds with a variety of indigenous trees. Bird life is abundant. The Casqued