About Baringo CampusJune 19, 2023 2023-06-19 10:04
About Baringo Campus
The Kenya School of Government (KSG) Baringo Campus is one of the five campuses of the School. Located in the Great Rift Valley, a visit to KSG Baringo Campus allows you to sample one of nature’s magnificent landscapes on this side of the country, Baringo.
The institution can be accessed by road from Kenya’s newest city, Nakuru, for about 95 kilometres, then off Marigat junction, and up the meandering road, through the scenic Tugen Hills another 40 kilometres into Kabarnet, the host town. The Tugen Hills, which overlooks the Laikipia escarpment and Eldama Ravine, provide magnificent views of Lake Baringo and Lake Bogoria, among other precinct sceneries.
Alternatively, one can take a flight to Eldoret International Airport, then drive 80 Kilometers through Iten town and across the Kerio Valley with its grandeur sceneries.
The journey promises a memorable voyage through the charming green grass and vegetation landscape, giving way to the vast semi-arid area with different habitats for various wildlife species.
We encourage you to plan for stopovers as you come to the Campus to experience first-hand the amiable and hospitable local culture contrary to the negative perceptions about the security situation in Baringo. The residents of Baringo will be handy in guiding you about the direction, and your safety is guaranteed.
While at KSG Baringo Campus, you will experience attractive and well-tended lawns with evergreen flowers and a collection of natural plants providing an ambience and relaxing environment for learning, conferencing, teambuilding, holding seminars, workshops, retreats, and meetings.
We treat course participants to a trip to Lake Baringo for an intriguing boat ride and the Cheplooch Waterfalls that collapse into deep gorges.
The bubbling waters, gushing geysers, and birds are among the significant attractions at Lake Baringo for reckoning about your experience during the training.
Bring along a tracksuit for the trip day!