Elburgon is one of the chief towns outside Nakuru with a tradition of being an agronomic center. In spite of being in the heart of Molo, a constituency that often attracts ethnic clashes during political times, the town has managed to show a development record that is inspiring. The most important products from the area are agricultural but further potential is apparent in its human capital, considering that it enjoys status as a satellite town, alongside Molo, Njoro and Rongai to Nakuru, with the latter vaunting three hundred thousand residents.
The political demarcations of Elburgon are few and include Mariashoni, Turi and Elburgon itself. Administratively, Elburgon town is a ward of the larger Molo seat of parliament, but falls within the Nakuru municipality in terms of urban development.
Elburgon sits at a height of 2423 meters above sea level on the western precincts of Nakuru, at a distance of 30 kilometers. The town of Elburgon lies along latitude coordinates of 00 18’’degrees south and along longitude 35 49” east. The adjustment of time, for the town, is the same throughout the East African region, which is an extra three hours GMT.
What to see first: Farms
Katrima Farm, located three kilometers from the town center near Arimi Primary School: This farm boasts an agricultural tradition that is famous for the area. Another farm to sight in the area include: Kilima Farm which is 7 kilometers from Elburgon. Others include Shawa, Michatha, Cimbria, Kin, Scott, Brian’s Inn-Njoro, Ngata and Ngwatawiro Farms.
While still savoring agronomic attractions, also take a walk to Molo Forest, which lies 13.5 kilometers from the town.
Or go within a radius of 100 Km: to see
Lake Nakuru National Park
What to see first: The traveling impetus to Lake Nakuru, is, without doubt, led by the desire to see the pink wash that is the flamingo proliferation of the lake. Vaunting 62km in square, the large interior lake at the base of the Rift Valley is quite a sight for the lover of the birds.
Go south or east
On an easterly perspective to the town lies Thomson’s Falls, in Nyahururu. It is quite attractive with its aquatic overflow with an imposing forest all around. At the same time, one can always