A few years ago, it was also crowned the cleanest city in Kenya and the UN has in the past described it as the fastest-growing town in Africa. Nakuru has a special place in Kenya’s colonial lore. Twelve kilometers to the West is Lord Egerton Castle, built in the 1940s by Lord Maurice Egerton Tatton at the behest of a woman. Nakuru is also the gateway to the Menengai Crater, a picturesque, dormant volcano, (2,490 meters high) and home to Kenya’s largest geothermal power fields.
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