Samburu County is an administrative county in the former Rift valley province, It boarders Baringo county to the west. Laikipia county to the south, Isiolo county to the East and Turkana county to the Northwest and Marsabit county to the north.
Economy of Samburu County
A small percentage of semi-pastoral inhabitants do practice agriculture. Another sector that has a great potential is tourism. The county lies within the northern tourist circuit and has a vast potential for exploitation.
Population of Samburu County
Samburu County is sparsely populated with approximately 200,000 people 80% being the Samburu which, the main ethnic group and 20% unevenly shared by Turkana, Kikuyu, Meru, Somali and others. The county is Semi arid in nature and notable for its immense potential and contribution to the National Livestock industry particularly the slaughter stock.