The southern part of Bomet lies along the route to the world-famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve and traditional ornaments sold along the roads form part of the economy of this growing part of Kenya.
The upper Part of Bomet County lies within the expansive Mau forest which is home to different tree species, wildlife and birds. Caves and waterfalls in the expansive forest form major rivers; Itare, Nyongores, Amalo and Chepkulo rivers which flow along areas of Konoin, Bomet central, Bomet East and Chepalungu Sub-Counties.
Transmara forest, a section of Mau forest complex which lies within Bomet County is home to rare animal species like Bongo, Giant forest hogs, Cooper tailed monkeys, Black and White Colubus monkeys, Elephants, Leopards, Buffalos and abundant birdlife. It is the only National reserve in the county.
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