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Counties In Kenya From Largest To Smallest

Counties In Kenya From Largest To Smallest

This article is about Counties in Kenya from largest to smallest. This list will indicate all the counties in Kenya by land size. The counties were established following the enactment of the administrative structure of the 2010 Kenya constitution. Until March 2013, Kenya consisted of eight provinces.

The new administrative structure consists of 47 county governments.

Turkana is the largest county in Kenya (71,597.8 km²) while Mombasa is the smallest (212.5 km²).

Counties In Kenya From Largest To Smallest

Counties in Kenya by land size

 County Area (km2)
1.      Turkana71,597.8
2.      Marsabit66,923.1
3.      Wajir55,840.6
4.      Garissa45,720.2
5.      Tana River35,375.8
6.      Mandera25,797.7
7.      Isiolo25,336.1
8.      Kitui24,385.1
9.      Kajiado21,292.7
10.   Samburu20,182.5
11.   Narok17,921.2
12.   Taita–Taveta17,083.9
13.   Kilifi12,245.9
14.   Baringo11,075.3
15.   Laikipia8,696.1
16.   West Pokot8,418.2
17.   Kwale8,270.3
18.   Makueni8,008.9
19.   Nakuru7,509.5
20.   Meru7,003.1
21.   Lamu6,497.7
22.   Machakos5,952.9
23.   Homa Bay3,154.7
24.   Nyandarua3,107.7
25.   Elgeyo-Marakwet3,049.7
26.   Kakamega3,033.8
27.   Uasin Gishu2,955.3
28.   Nandi2,884.5
29.   Tharaka-Nithi2,609.5
30.   Migori2,586.4
31.   Embu2,555.9
32.   Siaya2,496.1
33.   Trans-Nzoia2,469.9
34.   Kericho2,454.5
35.   Kiambu2,449.2
36.   Nyeri2,361.0
37.   Murang’a2,325.8
38.   Bungoma2,206.9
39.   Kisumu2,009.5
40.   Bomet1,997.9
41.   Busia1,628.4
42.   Kisii1,317.9
43.   Kirinyaga1,205.4
44.   Nyamira912.5
45.   Nairobi 694.9
46.   Vihiga531.3
47.   Mombasa 212.5

You can also have a look at the population of each county in Kenya

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